Why Flying Can Cause Hearing Damage, And How To Prevent It
Many people consider flying a glamorous career or pastime, but like any other thing, it has its pros and cons. For example, flying can increase your risk of developing hearing damage. The United States has more than half a million pilots, which means this is no small issue. Here is the information you need to know if you are planning to fly with hearing aids: The Cause Flying exposes your ears to loud noises (especially when flying a light aircraft that aren't suitably shielded from engine noises), and loud noise is a recipe for hearing damage.