Posted on: December 14, 2017
Noisy toys that emit music, beeps, sirens and other loud sounds can be great fun for kids, but more than likely a little annoying to the adults around them. Besides the annoyance, did you know they could potentially put children’s hearing at risk?
That’s right, children’s ears are especially sensitive to noise, so, special care should be taken not to expose them to too much. Instead of something that emits a lot of noise, consider something a little quieter this Christmas. Board games, puzzles, Lego and other building sets are great ideas that won’t harm sensitive ears.
Of course they may have their heart set on the latest noisy gadget, so, just keep the noise level in mind as the big day approaches.
For more information or to have your hearing evaluated please contact Accurate Hearing at one of our convenient locations below:
Lower Sackville: 902-252-3004
Cole Harbour: 902-406-4327