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    How does pulsatile tinnitus differ from tinnitus?

    Ever heard of pulsatile tinnitus? Unlike most types of tinnitus, pulsatile tinnitus has a physical source of sound that your ears pick up. So instead of it being a result of nerves picking up on abnormal electrical signals moving from your ears to your brain,...

    How and why you should use your headphones carefully

    Nowadays you see headphones everywhere around you, but that doesn't mean they're completely safe. Listening to music through headphones can cause damage to your hearing if you aren't careful. According to a 2011 study published by the Journal of the American Medical...

    These are the best motorcycle routes of Africa

    Isn't life about collecting cool stories to brag about when your old and wrinkly and your grandchildren listen to you in full awe? We'll have another suggestion you could add to your storybook: driving a motorcycle through Africa. If you're in for an adventure, you'll...

    Don’t believe this trick will ‘cure’ your tinnitus

    There are different stages of tinnitus. For one it can be a slightly annoying buzz in the background, to others it's pure torture. When you fall in that category you'll desperately try anything to cure your tinnitus. The bad news is that a treatment or pill to cure...

    What exactly is a decibel and how do you measure it?

    When you want to protect your ears, it's useful to know when exactly you need to take extra measures. When is the amount of decibels too much to handle without protection and how exactly do you measure this? Your friends from Thunderplugs are here to help you out....

    Pump up the volume: this is how DJ’s protect their ears

    Our hearing is one of our most precious senses and this is especially the case when you're a DJ. But ironically DJ's put their ears more at risk than anyone. Even though there are many ways to protect your ears, like earplugs! When you're a DJ, your life revolves...

    The mystery of the decibel: what does it mean?

    Decibels might be just another measuring stick if it weren't for the damaging effects loud noise inflicts on our hearing. Any sound above 80 decibels can cause hearing loss and/or damage, which is related both to the power of the sounds as well as the length of...