Auritech ear plugs are patented hearing protectors developed over 20 years by audiology experts to offer precision noise filtration, meaning that you can block out background sounds such as snoring but still be able to hear alert sounds such as a child crying. Read on for a full auritech ear plugs review.
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Sleep is so important, for our minds, bodies and overall health. Not getting enough sleep can put you in danger of suffering from some serious medical conditions, and considering that 1 in 3 of us don't get enough sleep that is a sobering issue that we should be trying to address.
Snoring is a big factor in sleep loss between couples. It is estimated that 45% of people snore occasionally and 25% snore regularly. If anyone has a partner who snores they will know how hard it is to sleep with all that noise going on and the disturbed sleep not only makes you grumpy but can have serious consequences for your health. There is definitely no underestimating the importance of sleep.
Many people turn to ear plugs as a solution for blocking out a partner snoring. Ear plugs are usually made from foam, silicone or wax. Foam ones are prone to falling out, silicone ones can be uncomfortable and wax ear plugs sound like a good idea as they are moulded for sleeping but they are fiddly to use. There is also the issue of them blocking out ALL sounds, which if you are a parent is less than ideal. You still want to be able to hear an alarm or your children calling, but still block out the snoring noise.
Auritech sleep ear plugs are designed to do exactly this. They have a patented venturi shaped sound channel in the middle of a ceramic filter. The ceramic filter is able to be positioned deep in your ear so it offers maximum protection and allows you to be able to hear normal conversation but blocks out other background noises such as snoring.
They are designed for comfort and are suitable for all ages, having a diameter range of 6-12 mm. It is important to get your ear plug fitting well into your ear so take some time to position them well and they should be as comfortable as custom fit ear plugs.
These earplugs are made from hypoallergenic thermoplastic and come with a travel case which helps to keep them hygienic. To be honest, we didn't find them the most comfortable ear plugs that we have tried so I would use them as and when needed rather than every night.
In practice, they work very well at blocking out background noises and snoring sounds and I didn't worry that I would be unable to hear the children or be woken if necessary which is great. They will also be very useful in the summer to block out noise from outside when you have the windows open.
A pair of these Auritech ear plugs retails for £19.95 plus postage which is expensive for ear plugs but they are designed for long term use unlike many other ear plugs and you can also buy a cleaning kit to keep them nice and clean. They do also come with a handy little storage case too. They are available on the Auritech website or also on Amazon
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