Protect Your Hearing,
Without Even Noticing!

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Hear the Difference

Understand the severity of hearing loss and why protecting your hearing is worth it

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The Hearing Problem

Noise induced hearing loss is serious. Here's Why

Silent Damage

Headphones can be covert culprits, wreaking havoc on our ears similarly to loud noises. Without adequate recovery, this harm could become irreversible¹

Social Silence

Hearing loss's consequences reverberate beyond the ears, potentially leading to cognitive challenges, feelings of isolation, and depression²

Billion-Ear Alert

Over a billion young adults face the risk of hearing loss according to WHO, but it's crucial to remember that this damage is avoidable³
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Protect Your Hearing

HearSafe's Hearing Protection will work in the background as you listen to music, watch videos, or consume audio in other forms. Just hit the "Protect my Hearing" button and you're good to go!

View your History

Visualize the positive impact of HearSafe through your past sessions. See real-time progress, celebrate improvements, and stay motivated on your journey toward safeguarding your auditory well-being!

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Motivate Yourself

Experience real-time auditory guidance. uplifting sounds encourage good behaviors, while negative tones caution against the bad, making habit-building intuitive and engaging!

1. Byeon, Haewon. “Associations between Adolescents’ Earphone Usage in Noisy Environments, Hearing Loss, and Self-Reported Hearing Problems in a Nationally Representative Sample of South Korean Middle and High School Students.” Medicine, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 22 Jan. 2021,
2. “Deafness and Hearing Loss.” World Health Organization, World Health Organization,,due%20to
%20unsafe%20listening%20practices. Accessed 14 Oct. 2023.
3. Dillard, Lauren K, et al. “Prevalence and Global Estimates of Unsafe Listening Practices In ...” BMJ Global Health, 4 Oct. 2022,