Eliminate Ringing After A Night Out
RINGGGGGG have you ever had that feeling a constant ringing noise after attending a club/festival/ noisy environment? If you have you will know that this noise can drive you insane. Minutes, hours, days the constant ringing called Tinnitus is a very difficult and frustrating condition to manage.


Why do you experience ringing in the ears after a night out?

The reality is that listening to extremely loud music damages our ears. If you experience this ringing after a night out this is your ears telling you to turn the music down. Unfortunately many people don’t realize that wearing high quality hearing protection helps our ears in the long run and significantly lowers the risk of permanent damage.

Unlike many years ago the only hearing protection on the market was foam earplugs or hearing protection that muffled noise completely, times have now changed with earplugs becoming more and more advanced allowing us to protect our ears in environments of loud bass without the worry of damaging our ears. Although wearing earplugs may feel uncool Some of the most celebrated and well-known DJ’s such as Hot Since 82/Calvin Harris wear earplugs

Many clubbers, festival goers are unaware at the risks of being in a loud environment. It’s very easy to find yourself listening to some head banging music for hours on end and not realize why at the end of the night you become partially deaf trying to speak to your friend or worse hear a sudden ringing noise
What Are The Risks If I Don’t Wear Earplugs?
Temporary Threshold Shift

What is a temporary threshold shift? This is when there is a temporary shift in the auditory threshold. It may occur suddenly after exposure to a high level of noise, a situation in which most people experience reduced hearing. A temporary threshold shift results in temporary hearing loss.

People who experience this may often also experience temporary tinnitus. The causes of temporary threshold shift which results in a temporary hearing loss are normally caused by exposure to intense and/or loud sounds or noise for a shorter or longer time. This could be e.g. Loud music at a concert

Long Term Hearing Damage

What’s worse than Temporary Threshold Shift? When that shift becomes permanent. Noise-induced hearing loss is real and irreversible. We are able to hear because of small hair cells in the Cochlea (Inner Ear) sending impulses to the brain, allowing us to hear. Overexposure to loud noises can damage these hair cells, meaning sounds will seem muffled or mute compared to before
What’s worse than hearing nothing at all? Hearing an annoying constant pestering ringing. That’s Tinnitus – A constant ringing in the ears which can be caused by noise-related hearing loss. Like noise-induced hearing loss, Tinnitus is permanent, and currently there is no cure for this condition. Earplugs can’t fix these problems if you’re already suffering from Tinnitus, but earplugs can significantly lower the risk and protect your ears from becoming further damaged

Now that we have gone through some of the risks if we don't wear Earplugs what are the benefits to wearing these little gems in loud environments


Benefits of wearing earplugs in loud environments

Proven to reduce the risk of Tinnitus

With a wide range of products on the market you can now find hearing protection that will help in any loud environment. Need an earplug for your gig sorted. Not only will these little beauties take the harshness of the sound allowing you to listen to music safely and clearly but also wearing earplugs lowers the risk of Tinnitus by a significant amount

Reduce Hearing loss

When we attend Clubs, Festivals etc over time our ears become damaged due to a significant amount of noise exposure. Earplugs are designed in a way that only allows quality noise to enter your ears leaving the unwanted sounds out. As a result our ears are able to be healthier for longer. We all love loud music but the simple fact is earplugs take the harshest sounds out leaving you to enjoy the good beats.

Balance Of Sound

There’s an old age myth flying around, if we wear earplugs in loud environments we can’t listen to music or have conversations? False with the correct earplug you can listen to music of balanced sound and no muffled noise. Wearing earplugs will simply lower the excessive noise while still allowing you to enjoy your surroundings

How will I look wearing earplugs?

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My chances of being affected

If you find yourself attending clubs/concerts/festivals/gigs then tinnitus/hearing loss may become something you may need to deal with in future. Due to excessive amounts of loud noise being the top reason why people go onto develop these conditions simply wearing earplugs to keep your ears healthy is the best option

Facts

  • 11 million people across the UK are currently suffering some type of hearing loss

  • Around one in 10 UK adults has tinnitus, with recent data showing an estimated 32,000 new cases of tinnitus were diagnosed in England in 2016
Here at EGGZ we provide discreet quality earplugs without sacrificing noise quality. We became frustrated at wearing outdated boring earplugs that become an annoyance rather than something that's meant to help.
Unlike the traditional earplug, Eggz uses Innovative filter technology that adjusts sound levels evenly so that music and speech are clear and natural while still protecting your ears

We know that attending such events the most important thing is to experience the quality bass blaring from the speaker.

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