Friday, May 25, 2018

Product Resources That Help Minimize Undesirable Environmental Noises for People Who Have Autism, Sensory Issues and Noise Sensitivities

Many people who have autism are sensitive to loud noises. Unfortunately, loud noises are difficult to avoid in some environments. However, earplugs and noise cancelling ear muffs can provide some relief from undesirable noises.

Check out these product resources that could be helpful for people who have autism, individuals with sensory issues or folks who just don’t like loud noises. 

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Products That Help Reduce Environmental Noises

Vibes Hi-Fidelity Earplugs, which were featured on Shark Tank, are small inconspicuous. They filter out specific frequencies and reduce noise levels by up to 22 decibels (22 dB).

Snug Kids Earmuffs come in a variety of colors and adjust to fit infants as young as six months old. Their noise reduction capacity is 25 decibels (25 dB).

For people who want even more noise cancelling power, these Homitt Earmuffs can reduce environmental sounds by 34 decibels (34 dB).

Decibel Defense Professional Safety Earmuffs may be the right choice for you if you are seeking industrial strength noise reduction. With the capacity to reduce noise levels by 37 decibels (37 dB), they can reduce the sound of an average conversation to slightly above that of a whisper.

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