Around one million young people around the world may be at risk of hearing loss from listening to headphones or being exposed to loud music. WHO has also warned about this. Actually, many people like to listen to songs in loud voice by wearing headphones. Recently, experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) have warned that this habit can be overwhelming. According to research published in the journal BMJ Global Health, listening to loud music with headphones can cause hearing loss and increase the risk of hearing loss. According to research, more than 430 million people, or more than five percent of the world’s population, currently suffer from hearing impairment. According to WHO estimates, this number will increase to 700 million (70 crore) by 2050.
By 2050, the number of affected people will increase to 700 million
WHO has also alerted the youth while leading this research. According to his estimates, by 2050, this number of people affected by this menace will increase to 700 million (700 million). More than 430 million people, or more than five percent of the world’s population, currently suffer from hearing loss.
The conclusion came after the data of 33 studies
The research assessed data from 33 studies published over the past two decades in English, Spanish, French and Russian. In which more than 19,000 participants aged 12-34 were included. Its consequences were found to be very serious.