There are many ways you can do to prevent this, one of whom insisted on chewing gum and wearing earplugs. Play music for hours make the orchestra musicians susceptible to ear damage. Various attempts were made, including telling the musicians to wear earmuffs and chewing gum
The musicians have a greater risk than the audience. The audience becomes more relaxed when listening to classical music performances, the musicians can actually stress of noise for too long.
The BBC Orchestra has recently issued guidelines for the health of orchestra players, to reduce the risk of ear damage due to stress. Hopefully this guide will be applied by all managers orchestral groups throughout the UK.
Within the guidelines say that the sound trombone and trumpet (both are wind instruments) in an orchestra can match the noise level that is 92 decibels chainsaw. Can be at risk for tinnitus or ringing in the ears if listened to continuously without a protector.
3 hours of orchestra playing, the horn players (a type of trumpet-shaped circular) noise exposure is equivalent to the sound the engine that burns for 30 minutes. Oboe players (a type of flute) to listen to the noise equivalent sound underground for 1 hour.
The risk of ear damage caused by stress can be prevented by chewing gum, in addition to using the earmuffs.
The violinist, biolin and the like can feel the other benefits of chewing gum. Injury to the jaw often experienced musicians who play stringed instrument as pinching his instrument between the chin and neck.
More relaxed when the jaw to chew gum, so it is not easy to experience pain and stiffness. As a result, the stress level is reduced, so the risk of damage to the ear, jaw and more general health disorders can be anticipated.
In addition to ear damage, other risks are increased blood pressure, decreased immune and metabolic changes. And as for music, adrenaline orchestra players to change to a position that is very depressed and unhealthy.