I dont think so. But supposedly it is. Cause if you have earphones and then you go to sleep, your still listening to music but you dont notice it. So, the mind is still functioning to get the sounds from the music
Well, I would never do it. The headphone speakers work like phone speakers, generating ultrasonic waves and radio frequencies. There has been research and studies on the subject, and it is revealed that people who use their cell phones more often than people who hardly ever use their cell phones tend to develop brain cancer. Scientists think this may be because the ultrasonic waves disrupt the structure of DNA. However, the theory was dismissed when the Health Department thought it was too weak to do any harm. I disagree with this because as weak as it may be, when used for an extended period of time or after repeated use, the structure of the DNA is likely to change, thus causing brain cancer.
So, no, I don't think for one second that it's safe to sleep with headphones on.
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Well every minute you spend listening to music through earphones you do lose brain cells. And when you are sleeping noises can " bug" your body while its sleeping, because when you sleep your body repairs everything that got damaged from the day before, and a few other things so when you have noises it basically interrupts that process and you dont get the best sleep you can get. so if you want make sure its really low.
I wouldn't sleep with headphones in my ears or on my ears. I sleep just fine without any music & I wouldn't be able to sleep anyway. It's better to have ear plugs if you don't want to hear any loud noise like barking dogs.
I do it sometimes but you shouldnt because if you move around a lot in your sleep it can tangle around your neck and choke you ...... i say you just play music out loud with your laptop ..maybe itunes on replay or something
Nope... It is very dangerous if we use headphones during sleep or in everyday life. Already we all know that continuous use of head phones causes problem to our ear. The main problem reported by scientists is that the production of bacteria inside our ear multiplies and this causes so many infections. So i suggest, please don't use headphones too much...not during everyday...nor during sleeping....
Best case scenario: Don't turn them too loud, otherwise, yes, listening to loud headphones all night will damage your hearing. If once in a while, temporarily. If frequently, probably permanent damage. Think about how you can't hear well after a loud concert. repetitively listening to loud music makes your eardrums less sensitive to sound.
Worst case scenario: Smoke alarm goes off. You can't hear it because of your headphones. By the time the smoke wakes you up, it's too late to get out of the fire, so you, and anyone you could have saved from the ravaging fiery inferno die.
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