What do you say about listening to music

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  1. Baller

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    in my perspective I think that music is haram, scientifically music dont have any benefits but negative effects to your hearing

    I quote:
    "Huh? Can you speak up? Oh! You want to know if loud music can hurt your ears. Are you asking because you like to put on your headphones and crank up the volume of your favorite CD? Maybe your mom or dad has told you, "Turn that down before you go deaf!" Well, they have a point. Loud noise (from music or other sources such as machinery or jet engines) can cause both temporary and permanent hearing loss.

    Hearing loss means a person can't hear as well as other people do. For some people, that means not being able to hear at all. If the noise around you is so loud that you have to shout to be heard, there is a chance that the mechanism inside your ear can be injured.

    Temporary hearing loss can happen after you've been exposed to loud noise for 15 minutes or less. If you have temporary hearing loss, you won't be able to hear as well as you normally do for a while. You may also have tinnitus (say: tih-neye-tus), which is a medical term for ringing in the ears. Your ears can feel "full," too. Luckily, these symptoms usually go away and your hearing is likely to return to normal.

    If someone is exposed to loud noise over a long period of time, like every day, permanent hearing loss can occur. This means the person's hearing won't ever be as good as it once was. That's why construction workers and factory workers need to wear ear protection. Lawn mowers and power tools, like chain saws, can also be loud enough to affect a person's ability to hear high-pitched noises. This kind of noise also can cause a person to have tinnitus all the time.

    Listening to extremely loud music a lot can cause the same kind of damage, especially if headphones are used. Some famous musicians have lost hearing and developed tinnitus - a real problem for someone who needs to hear to make and enjoy music.

    But you can help keep your hearing in tip-top shape. Protect your ears by wearing ear protection when you're using machinery, like in ....l shop at school. Also remember to turn down the volume, especially when you are wearing headphones or in the car. You also might want to give your ears a rest once in a while if you like wearing headphones.

    And if you're going to a concert, where you know the music is going to be loud, consider wearing earplugs to protect your ears from the boom, boom, boom! Take these steps now and you won't be saying "What?" later on."

    Reviewed by: Robert C. O'Reilly, MD
    Date reviewed: December 2004
    Originally reviewed by: Steven Cook, MD
     
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  3. Baller

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    in my perspective I think that music is haram, scientifically music dont have any benefits but negative effects to your hearing

    I quote:
    "Huh? Can you speak up? Oh! You want to know if loud music can hurt your ears. Are you asking because you like to put on your headphones and crank up the volume of your favorite CD? Maybe your mom or dad has told you, "Turn that down before you go deaf!" Well, they have a point. Loud noise (from music or other sources such as machinery or jet engines) can cause both temporary and permanent hearing loss.

    Hearing loss means a person can't hear as well as other people do. For some people, that means not being able to hear at all. If the noise around you is so loud that you have to shout to be heard, there is a chance that the mechanism inside your ear can be injured.

    Temporary hearing loss can happen after you've been exposed to loud noise for 15 minutes or less. If you have temporary hearing loss, you won't be able to hear as well as you normally do for a while. You may also have tinnitus (say: tih-neye-tus), which is a medical term for ringing in the ears. Your ears can feel "full," too. Luckily, these symptoms usually go away and your hearing is likely to return to normal.

    If someone is exposed to loud noise over a long period of time, like every day, permanent hearing loss can occur. This means the person's hearing won't ever be as good as it once was. That's why construction workers and factory workers need to wear ear protection. Lawn mowers and power tools, like chain saws, can also be loud enough to affect a person's ability to hear high-pitched noises. This kind of noise also can cause a person to have tinnitus all the time.

    Listening to extremely loud music a lot can cause the same kind of damage, especially if headphones are used. Some famous musicians have lost hearing and developed tinnitus - a real problem for someone who needs to hear to make and enjoy music.

    But you can help keep your hearing in tip-top shape. Protect your ears by wearing ear protection when you're using machinery, like in ....l shop at school. Also remember to turn down the volume, especially when you are wearing headphones or in the car. You also might want to give your ears a rest once in a while if you like wearing headphones.

    And if you're going to a concert, where you know the music is going to be loud, consider wearing earplugs to protect your ears from the boom, boom, boom! Take these steps now and you won't be saying "What?" later on."

    Reviewed by: Robert C. O'Reilly, MD
    Date reviewed: December 2004
    Originally reviewed by: Steven Cook, MD
     
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  5. عــاهد

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    Thats true my bro, once i turn on my ipod i'd have its volume to the last level especially on the train. Once i take em' off i hear nothing.
     
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  7. عــاهد

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    Thats true my bro, once i turn on my ipod i'd have its volume to the last level especially on the train. Once i take em' off i hear nothing.
     
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  9. Rita Alshoaibi

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    thanks a lot BALLER
    for the good informations
    even if why know them - we dont think of them
    so
    this was a good reminder

    [​IMG]
     
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  11. إبراهيم ناصر

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    it's haram

    that's all I can

    but it's something that we can't stop from doing

    but I hope we get over it
     
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  13. butterfly

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    thnxxx
    and i can't live without music

    ;)
     
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  15. butterfly

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    thnxxx
    and i can't live without music

    ;)
     
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  17. ابراهيم صياد

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    music sucks without any other commens
     
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  19. ابراهيم صياد

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    music sucks without any other commens
     

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