Do you sleep with a snorer? Does Deer camp sound more like a sawmill then a quiet cabin in the woods? City noises like sirens and car alarms got you down? You are not alone!
According to the CDC, one-third of US adults report they usually get less than the recommended amount of sleep. One of the CDC’s top tips for better quality sleep is to make sure your bedroom is quiet, dark, relaxing, and at a comfortable temperature. According to Healthline’s 17 tips for a good night sleep, #9 optimize your bedroom environment, “numerous studies point out that external noise, often from traffic, can cause poor sleep and long-term health issues.” Making sure your bedroom is quiet and relaxing is not always in your control. That is why WildEar developed SleepEarz™.
Our new SleepEarz™ product gets you just the right amount of noise reduction without worrying about missing an alarm or emergency phone call. Extremely soft silicone and a low-profile design ensures comfort along with quiet.
Check out SleepEarz™ in our Recreational/Home section now!
It’s important to remember that if your sleep problems interfere with how you feel or function during the day, you should talk to your doctor to rule out a sleep disorder.
To learn more, check out these helpful resources:
• Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sleep and Sleep Disorders Information Pages
• HealthLine: 17 Proven Tips to Sleep Better at Night February 2020