The Need for Hearing Protection While Skydiving
Most skydiving enthusiasts enjoy the rush of the wind and surge of adrenaline. There is nothing more exhilarating than the feeling of almost flying and being weightless for a few minutes.
Like most sports, skydiving requires the right gear and preparation for safety. Oftentimes, even with the adequate amount of protection for our bodies, we forget some very important things that we also have to look out for – in this case, our hearing.
The most common skydiving injury is totally invisible.
A popular misconception is that a skydiving injury usually results in a jumper on crutches because of a sprained ankle or a broken leg, but this isn’t actually the case. The most common injury affecting skydivers is hearing damage as a result of wind speed.
Skydiving can result to hearing damage.
Without any hearing protection, skydivers are at risk for irreversible hearing damage, tinnitus, and noise-induced hearing loss. This could lead to lifelong pain and discomfort.
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