Very recently the rise in music technology has made access to it a whole lot easier. And these days music has become a whole lot more portable as well. Almost gone are the days of the portable cassette and CD player, replaced by the phenomenon known as the MP3. And now young and old people alike are attracted to this craze that allows you to access your music and to bring it along with you. It’s not surprising that people would get addicted to music and all things MP3. Besides, haven’t people been addicted to things much, much less worthwhile than a good song?So what are the signs that you are addicted to your MP3s? These are a few symptoms you should watch out for:* Your loud voice is your natural one: When you listen to music at a loud volume all day you’re definitely going to be left with a voice that is quite louder than normal because your ears will be so accustomed to the sound it’s hard to regulate it. Loud music blaring from you headphones can lead to hearing impediments but I doubt it bothers you much.* Forgetfulness does not include MP3 players: Those hectic mornings… Read full this story
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