What Possible Effects Could Headphone Magnets Have On The Brain?


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Glen Thornbury Profile
Glen Thornbury answered
To put it into very simple words! Think of your ear drums as trees on the West Coast beach in Florida. The wind in Florida comes out of the West or North West 85% of the time. So when those trees grow they lean to the East because of the wind! And grow from a seed like that, and can never grow straight again! OR a tight guitar string is high pitched if you stretch it the pitch gets lower, and can no longer make HIGH pitches ever! That's your ear drum!!!!
The magnets have no proved effect in that state! Worry more about those BASS sounds for they ARE hurting your ears FOR LIFE! My hearing loss comes from Claymore Mines and the VA give me $5000 worth of hearing aids and batteries FREE! YOU'LL HAVE TO BUY THEM!
Karl Sagan Profile
Karl Sagan answered

Hello guys. To be honest, I don't believe that headphones influence our brain badly. Everybody uses headphones and this is okay. Personally, I have bought stereo LG headphones recently and I haven't noticed any changes with my brain or with the way I feel.

Aisha Profile
Aisha answered
Headphones refer to a pair of small loudspeakers which are connected to a stereophonic, monophonic or binaural audio-frequency signal source such as an audio amplifier, radio or CD player and are used by putting on the ears. Use of headphones at high volume can cause temporary or permanent hearing impairment or deafness due to an effect called "masking". However, here is a link to a new scientific research that shows the positive effects of use of headphones:
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Well I put my earphones in my ears and now I have a headache so I think you should lower the volume they can damage your brain if its too loud so yeah

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