why do high pitched sounds hurt for people who can hear them and not for those who can’t?

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why do high pitched sounds hurt for people who can hear them and not for those who can’t?

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High frequency hearing loss occurs when the sensory hearing cells in your cochlea have become damaged or die.

When this occurs there is no longer any feeling.

Do they actually hurt people? When you are born you have hears that are tunned for high frequencies and as you grow older you lose these hairs. So often you’ll find young people can hear high frequencies while older people can’t