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My 48 hour sponsored silence to take on tinnitus

Posted on: Friday, October 24, 2014 by james robins

Portrait photo of Eddie Leader.Loud music can permanently damage your hearing and cause tinnitus, but many clubbers and gig-goers continue to take risks by going to live events without wearing earplugs.

DJ and producer, Eddie Leader, tells us how tinnitus has affected him and why he’s taking on a 48 hour sponsored silence challenge to raise awareness and vital funds to help us silence tinnitus for good.

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