The increasing number of hearing-impaired people in developing countries, including Pakistan, is due to increased noise pollution.
According to the report, the experts of Otolaryngology have warned the world that the current number of people suffering from hearing ailments is 450 million which will increase to 900 million by 2050.
Speaking a seminar at Ojha Campus OPD Block on the occasion of World Hearing Day health experts said that the increase in the number of hearing impaired people in developing countries in including Pakistan due to noise pollution which we are hearing impaired without control. Can’t reduce the number of people.
The WHO has also expressed concern that one billion people worldwide may soon suffer from hearing problems.
The global epidemic has led to a sharp rise in the number of people working online from home leading to fears that online workers may often have hearing problems as they work online. During the use of hearing aids such as headphones.
Online workers are advised to take a 10 minute break after every hour of work as the use of hands-free and headphones etc. more is dangerous for hearing than loudspeakers.
Its because while listening through a loudspeaker the attention can be diverted while the hands-free microphone keeps all the attention on one side and there is constant pressure on hearing causes which the sounds to go straight to the brain. Affects hearing and hearing.