When it comes to inserting HEAROS ear plugs, you should follow a set of simple instructions in order to maximize sound blockage and protect your ears from harm. In addition, you would be wise to select the right HEAROS ear plug size and style you intend to use your plugs. Educating yourself on how to select and insert your ear plugs will ensure that your hearing remains protected properly at all times.
The Ear Plug Insertion Process
It is important to squeeze your HEAROS ear plugs into a cylinder before inserting them into your ears in order to make insertion as easy and precise as possible. Instead of applying excess pressure to your ears, rolling your ear plugs before insertion allows you to spare your ears highly avoidable trauma.
You should also pull the top of your ears up towards the ceiling with your fingers before inserting your HEAROS ear plugs, as this allows you to open the ear canals to receive the plug. Again, the purpose for this is easy insertion and the avoidance of unnecessary trauma to the ear through the forceful and excessive shoving in of the ear plugs.
After inserting your squeezed HEAROS earplugs into your open canals, it is imperative that you hold the plugs in place until they have fully expanded. This is due to the fact that only when your ear plugs have fully expanded can they stay in place when you move and provide a seal over your ear canal to properly block out sound. I hope these ear plug instructions are helpful.
The Ear Plug Selection Process
It is important to know the environment you will be in when wanting to block out sound in order to select the proper ear plugs to get the job done right. For instance, HEAROS has special earplugs designed specifically for women that wish to block out loud noises such as snoring, travel sounds or traffic. These ear plugs are called ‘Sleep Pretty in Pink’ and they protect women against sounds ranging up to 32 decibels.
HEAROS ear plugs have also been designed for the express purpose of protecting individuals’ ears while they are either in extremely noisy environments. ‘Skull Skrews’ have been used by motorcycle enthusiasts and they provide a noise reduction rate (NRR) of 30. ‘Xtreme Protection’ HEAROS earplugs provide the absolute highest levels of noise protection, coming in at a 33 NRR. These HEAROS ear plugs will block out extremely loud noises such as race car noise, loud concerts and flight take-offs.