How to get rid of the noise
If you’re going to spend your weekend with your family and friends, then this is the place to do it.
But if you’re a regular reader of The A.V. Club, you know that this article is written with the sole purpose of reminding you that noise is bad for you, not only for your ears, but for your health.
The best way to avoid hearing noise and its effects on your health is to play music.
So we asked several music professionals to weigh in on what to listen to while listening to a game.
(Some of them, like the head of music production at The A, have more than 20 years of experience.)
If you want to get the most out of the weekend, then you’re not going to want to listen exclusively to loud music.
The music industry is currently trying to convince the public that noise levels are not an issue, so there’s no real reason to limit yourself to loud, obnoxious music.
But you should also listen to music when you’re sitting at your desk or watching a game, if that’s where you can hear the noise without disrupting others.
Here are the top 10 reasons why you should stop listening to loud noise when you watch a football game.
Your brain doesn’t need to hear noise for any reason.
Most people don’t notice any change in their hearing as a result of playing loud music, which means they’re not in any danger of hearing damage from excessive noise exposure.
This is important because noise is so ubiquitous and often perceived as an issue to be fixed.
As long as you’re paying attention to the game, there’s little reason to listen too much.
Your ears can adapt to the noise level.
Even if you’ve already gotten used to the volume of the music, you may not feel comfortable adjusting your ears’ sensitivity to the level of noise in the game.
That’s because your hearing is also sensitive to background noise, meaning the louder the background noise the higher the sound level you’ll hear in the ear.
If you listen to loud background music and notice that the sound is more intense, your ears are likely responding to the intensity of the background sound by increasing their sensitivity to that sound.
This might sound like an easy way to adjust your ears to loud sounds, but it’s not.
The reason you should pay attention to background sound is because it can influence your body’s response to noise.
The louder you hear the background, the more sensitive your ears will be. 3.
You’re less likely to get a bad ear infection.
While you’ll probably get a cold if you listen too loudly, you won’t have a bad infection, according to a study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine in 2017.
The research team examined the ear-by-ear transmission of ear-causing bacteria, the so-called “head-to-head” transmission of the pathogens, and found that if you are exposed to a higher background level of the bacteria, you’ll be less likely of developing an ear infection compared to people who aren’t exposed to the bacteria.
The team also found that, while the bacteria can transmit easily from person to person, if the person isn’t exposed, the infection can be more difficult to treat.
Your ear health can be saved.
Researchers found that while hearing loss caused by noise exposure has been linked to an increased risk of ear infections, this risk was not as high for people who were exposed to noise during the course of the game rather than immediately after the game started.
This suggests that the noise exposure that causes hearing loss is not a direct cause of the hearing loss.
The sound of football can make you happy.
This isn’t true for everyone, and you may experience more positive feelings after hearing loud music than you might be able to see through the noise itself.
But this is also true for those of us who are naturally sensitive to noise levels.
Researchers also found no correlation between the amount of noise we’re exposed to and the degree of happiness we experience in our lives.
In other words, we can experience happy and peaceful feelings as we listen to the sounds of the football game and enjoy the entertainment surrounding the game in general.
Music can increase your emotional well-being.
While the study doesn’t directly link the increased happiness and well- being that comes from listening to music to the increased enjoyment you’ll experience when listening to high-energy sporting events, the findings suggest that it could be a powerful way to boost your mental well- be.
This has been shown to happen when the participants listened to more music during the game and the positive emotions experienced in their minds during the music were linked to the positive mood they felt during the activity.
It helps to play a certain number of times.
A number of studies have found that people who played the game for a certain amount of time, as measured by a timer, had more positive emotions and improved cognitive functioning, and even found that playing more than a few hours of music in a row helped them feel