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Sleep Pretty in Pink Ear Plugs

written by Head Health Nutter June 1, 2009

Snoring husbands, crying babies, a garbage truck that picks up right outside your bedroom window at 1:30am… what does a girl have to do to get some beauty sleep around here?

Since learning how important sleep is to health and well-being, getting a good night’s rest is a top priority for me. Some of the major factors affecting sleep are poor lifestyle choices, stress and external noise. While we can control our lifestyle choices and learn to manage our stress, noise is external stimulus that we may feel helpless to stop.

Hearos Sleep Pretty in Pink women’s ear plugs may be the inexpensive, natural sleep aid solution you’ve been looking for. Claiming a 32 decibel noise reduction, these silky soft, comfortable and pink ear plugs will help control otherwise uncontrollable interruptions to your beauty sleep.

Like most ear plugs, they are not meant to totally block all sound. They will mute the disturbances while allowing a certain amount of sound to filter through – you should still be able to hear if your baby’s cries turn from “I just want attention” to “help me, I’m really uncomfortable!”

Available at various retailers including Walmart, they come in a variety of packages all for under $10. They are safe to use at least twice, or until they get dirty,  prolonging their life and stretching your pocket-book.

Most of the online reviews agreed this is a stellar product. Out of the negative reviews (I found only one so far) were complaints in how they fit and that they kept falling out. But after following Hearos explicit instructions for insertion, the foam poofed out to form perfectly to my ear.

Has anyone tried ear plugs as a natural sleep aid, Hearos or other brands? How did they work for you?

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Dee June 1, 2009 at 10:53 pm

Great subject and timely too!

The first time I used earplugs was YEARS ago when I had noisy neighbours in the apartment above who always kept me awake. The soft spongy earplugs I used were originally from a pilot ~ which were provided for every one who went up in his noisy plane. Altho’ I can’t remember the brand name, they were disposables, which I used for many months before they started to lose their “squish” and anti-noise block. But they were a Godsend at the time.

I really love the look (sound?)of these PINK ones, and I have quite a few friends who suffer from insomnia who could really benefit from a good nite’s sleep. Myself too! What a bargain for such a valuable and priceless gift! Thanks.

caro June 3, 2009 at 10:49 am

Hello there

I sleep almost every night with ear plugs, to make sure I won’t be awoken in the night by any big noise. The first times, it is strange, you can hear your breath. But you get used to it !
I always hear my alarm clock in the morning, and i am less grumpy because I have very restful nights !
The secret is to chose the ear plugs that fit your ears. I use basic sponge ones (a bit better than the airplanes ones) and clean them every two days…

Eager to try to pink ones 🙂

Head Health Nut June 3, 2009 at 3:02 pm

Thanks for sharing, Ladies, and I hope you sleep pretty in pink soon. 😉

I tried ear plugs for the first time back in University while bartending. Didn’t like them but wasn’t instructed in how to fit them properly.

These days I live a much quieter life but my neighbour likes to hang pictures at 3am on her living-room wall which just happens to be MY west bedroom wall. lol

@Caro Thanks for reminding us that we can wash the ear plugs so they last longer!

Head Health Nut

Leah Marshall April 15, 2017 at 10:01 am

Awfully exciting piece of writing


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