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How much noise pollution can damage your hearing?
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Hey Surabhi Gautam thank you for your contribution on Un Academy New IES syllabus has Engineering Ethics,Can you please share your knowledge on the specific Topic.Thank You
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Hi unacademy team plez the next topic should be abt THE PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN TO PREVENT CANCER OR TOUMER becoz every year millions of people died due to this in the world
Hello unacademy team, please check the fact in today's video about the ear bones being the hardest. I suppose that the femur bone is the hardest, believed to be stronger than concrete
I read about this in my bio class but thankyou
"Hygiene of women in rural India." could be the next topic of the video.
If possible then upload videos on what science is behind working of musical instruments like harmonium, violin etc. I guess Many of subscribers have internet on this.
  1. How much noise pollution can damage your hearing?



  2. . Tiny hairs inside your ears help in hearing


  3. . Tiny hairs inside your ears help in hearing The hardest bones in the human body - the Temporal bones are in the ear


  4. . Tiny hairs inside your ears help in hearing The hardest bones in the human body - the Temporal bones are in the ear 3 smallest bones in the human body - the incus, the malleus, and the stapes


  5. . Tiny hairs inside your ears help in hearing The hardest bones in the human body - the Temporal bones are in the ear 3 smallest bones in the human body - the incus, the malleus, and the stapes The primary cause of loss in hearing is exposure to excessively loud sounds


  6. Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL)


  7. Outer Ear Malleus Incus 1. The sounds enters the ear. Stapes Inner Ear Ear Canal Cochleda Ear drum Pinna Middle Ear Eustachian Tube


  8. Outer Ear Malleus Incus 1. The sounds enters the ear. Stapes 2. The sound waves vibrate the eardrum Inner Ear Ear Canal Cochleda Ear drum Pinna Middle Ear Eustachian Tube


  9. Outer Ear Malleus Incus 1. The sounds enters the ear. Stapes 2. The sound waves vibrate the eardrum Inner Ear3. The fluid vibrates & sends it on to the basilar membrane Ear Canal Cochleda Ear drum Pinna Middle Ear Eustachian Tube


  10. Outer Ear Malleus Incus 1. The sounds enters the ear. Stapes 2. The sound waves vibrate the eardrum Inner Ear3. The fluid vibrates & sends it on to the basilar membrane Ear Canal Cochlea 4. Tiny hair cells create a chemical reactiorn 5. The brain converts it into something we can comprehend. Ear drum Pinna Middle Ear Eustachian Tube