It depends on quality of headphone and level of loudness at you hear. Although it can't cause any major damage but it was notices that bacteria grows several times faster while using earphones.
This is true about the bacteria. Using of headphones and headsets for long periods of time may also cause tinnitus or ringing in the ears. I wear a headset at work, so I try to take them off while I'm not using them and just typing information in.
I owned a court reporting school which I sold three years ago. I had it for 15 years. During all that time and in the three years since I sold it, I had edited my students' depositions, always using headphones and listening to their audiosync. Never a problem at all, and I often work 10 to 12 hours a day now that I no longer have the school.
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What decible for headphones will damage my ears?
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