So how bad is your hearing now? When you're younger, you tend to listen to music much louder even though you know that's not good for your ears. If you want to find out what all of that has done to your ears, this video will help you find out.

Hair cells in your ears are slowly damaged by constant use, and it's not just by loud music. It's from everyday wear and tear. The hair cells closest to your ear canals are the ones responsible for detecting higher frequencies, and sadly, they're the first to go.

You can get an idea of how much hearing you've lost just by listening to various high frequencies.

Check out the video below. Headphones are recommended since your laptop or tablet's speakers won't be cutting it.