Sound Advice

July 2013
RoadBike;Jul2013, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p72
The article discusses various health and safety aspects related to motorcyclists. It takes account of the findings of a study to explain the association between the noise passing through the helmets of riders and hearing damage and tinnitus among motorcyclists. It further recommends various therapy options for motorcyclists' hearing disorder and tinnitus including sound therapy and use of hearing aids and devices.


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