Modern life can be super stressful. You phone and your iPad beeps and boops constantly to tell you about the torrent of insane comments on Facebook and Twitter. Everyday yet another pile of work emails clogs up your inbox. There hardly seems to be a minute left just to put our feet up and watch the TV. Quality rest is hard to come by and insomnia a common problem worsened by late-night screen time. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/15/phones-sleep-mobile-_n_2680805.html.
It is widely documented that the blue wavelength common in the light from phones and ereaders can cause insomnia. It does this by stimulating the brain in the same way that daylight does. This leads me to wonder whether use of these devices leads to a reduction in Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Use of these devices could be encouraged in existing sufferers to reduce symptoms. Some research in this area would be useful to prove whether this is the case.
Don't risk missing out on your next good night's sleep because the neighbours decide to have an all night party. Wear a super cool pair of molded ear plugs from ZenPlugs and you will improve your quality of life and chances of an excellent sleep.
Molded earplugs are the best kind available. They are ideal for sleeping, owing to the exceptional level of comfort they provide. The plugs also last for years, making them amazing value for money. Unfortunately, most types of earplug can stick out from the ear causing discomfort whilst turning over in bed. This issue can lead to the user waking from sleep. She may opt to remove the plugs during the night; thus they have caused the exact problem they were supposed to solve in the first place.
Luckily, ZenPlugs have solved this problem. They have developed an earplug product which does not protrude from the ear, so you remain comfortable. ZenPlugs are antibacterial so help users avoid the ear infections that frequent use of earplugs can lead to. Earplugs can create a moist warm environment in the ear. This can encourage the growth of bacteria and fungi and lead to infection. This is a particular problem for those who wear earplugs every night as the plugs will be in place for hours at a time. It is this that can lead to sore and itchy ears, making the earplugs unbearable. Foam earplugs are the least comfortable option. They expand and exert pressure on the soft skin lining of the ear canal. The foam can also become contaminated with bacteria and skin slough after only a few uses. This makes infection far more likely. This type also tends to protrude from the ear canal causing discomfort on turning. There is a risk of the plugs dislodging and falling out when the wearer rolls over in bed. Wax and pliable silicon earplugs are sticky, hair tends to get caught in them which reduces their lifespan to only a few uses. This can make this type of earplug more expensive in the long run and not suitable for rolling over in bed.
By investing in a pair of molded ear plugs you can get a great night's sleep. Unfortunately they won't protect you from the guff your friends post on Facebook.