Your ear has a curled tube with lots of little hairs on the inside. The sound waves cause the little hairs to move. Different frequency sound waves cause hairs in different areas to move. The moving hairs trigger the nerves responsible for bringing the sensory input to the brain. When you experience the same frequency of sound at too loud or for too long the little hairs break and they cannot be regenerated.
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