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There are many products out there that help you stop snoring such as herbal teas and mouth guards, but sometimes they don’t have an effect at all and you still snore and can feel cheated by the product you have spent good money on. A more reliable way to stop the sound from disturbing your sleep is the use of ear plugs, which are designed specifically to block or reduce the noise, in which case allearplugs is definitely the store for you as we have a truly un limited range.
Not maintaining a good night’s sleep can have a damaging effect on your health, you can be left feeling tired and not as energised as you normally are when you wake from plenty of REM sleep*. If your sleeping pattern is suffering due to a partner’s snore, wearing a pair of snoring ear plugs could be the best decision you have ever made.
Not only are these ear plugs for snoring fantastic at blocking the sound of your snoring partner, it can also block the sound of ongoing traffic or other loud noises that could keep you from sleeping as well as you could.
These ear plugs are designed specifically to be worn when in bed and are extremely comfortable to wear. They are cleverly designed to mould to the shape of your ear to help block all noises or reduce the noise, depending on the attenuation. Having ear plugs for sleeping mould to the shape of your ear, ensures that they will not fall out during the night, maximum comfort and outstanding performance, leaving you feel rested and ready for the next day’s activities.
Also available are snore blocking or snore reducing ear plugs for children, who gets easily awaken by noises at night. For children not to have a good night’s sleep on a regular basis can not only cause an effect on their health it can also have an effect on their school work and grades.
We recommend for children:
*REM (Rapid Eye Movement) is a stage of sleep, where we can vividly recall dreams and normally lasts for adults approximately 90-120 minutes a night. When we fall into REM sleep our eyes rapidly move and this is from where the name is derived.
More information about the facts of snoring can be found on the British Snoringwebsite.