75 decibels (dB) is about as loud as a vacuum cleaner or radio. It is unlikely that sounds of less than 75 decibels, even after prolonged exposure, will cause hearing loss. However, prolonged or repeated exposure to sounds of more than 85 decibels (approximately the level of a power lawn mower or louder) may cause hearing loss.
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