Can a person having only one ear audibility listen Binaural Beats?will it benefit or harm him/her?

I lost my left ear audibility at age of 13yrs(now I m 30yr old).Right ear works perfectly and is sensitive to sounds. Can I listen Binaural Beats?if yes, is there any special time limit for me? will it harm or benefit me?
Abha
Asked Oct 12, 2013

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It should not harm you, you should be fine. I don't know why you would think it might hurt you. Your right ear is sensitive to sound, but still; you shouldn't have to worry. It should not harm you. It's a stimulation that causes relaxation and other states of mind and being.
PurelyInnocent
Answered Oct 14, 2013
Losing your hearing in one ear will not affect your ability to hear sound but will severely limit your ability to tell which direction the sound is coming from.
Rob
Answered Oct 14, 2013
It ought not hurt you, you ought to be fine. I don't know why you would figure it may hurt you. Your correct ear is delicate to sound, yet; you shouldn't need to stress. It ought not hurt you. It's an incitement that causes unwinding and different perspectives and being.

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Answered Dec 05, 2017

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