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As the clock strikes midnight and we bid adieu to the past year, there's no denying that fireworks are an integral part of welcoming in the New Year with a bang.
The mesmerising display of colours lighting up the night sky is a sight to behold, but what many of us forget to consider is the impact these dazzling explosions can have on our ears.
Fireworks, while visually impressive, can produce sound levels exceeding 140 decibels—far louder than what's considered safe for our sensitive ears.
In this article, we'll explore the risks associated with prolonged exposure to firework bangs and provide practical tips for safeguarding your hearing without compromising on the festive fun.