Music lovers face hearing loss timebomb, according to a new report. David Ormerod Hearing Centres advises people to get a free five-minute hearing test Monday 2 July 2007 PDF Print The UK is facing a hearing loss timebomb, according to RNID research which reveals that 90 per cent of young people experience the signs of hearing damage after a night out, yet do nothing to prevent it. The report published today shows that 70 per cent of clubbers, 68 per cent of gig-goers and 44 per cent of people who go to bars experience the symptoms of hearing damage after their night out, such as dullness of hearing or tinnitus – ringing in the ears. The lack of any guidance on loud music means this generation of music lovers could be facing a hearing loss timebomb. Do you worry about your hearing after a night out? Do you experience ringing in your ears or find you struggle to hear the next day? A new survey has revealed that eight of 10 people - that's 47 millions Brits - have never had a hearing test. Yet an estimated one in seven people in the UK suffers hearing loss. David Ormerod Hearing Centres are offering a free five minute hearing assessment at over 180 stores across the UK. To book an assessment call 0845 270 3916 or visit www.davidormerod.co.uk If you require any further information, please contact Holly Bigsby on 01903 821550 or email email@example.com This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Pegasus Public Relations (Worthing) in the following categories: Children & Teenagers, Men's Interest, Entertainment & Arts, Health, Leisure & Hobbies, Home & Garden, Women's Interest & Beauty, Motoring, Food & Drink, Media & Marketing, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.