NRR 33 Earplugs – Protect Your Hearing With HEAROS Xtreme Ear Plugs

By Monica Cohen, May 28th, 2010

If you are concerned about noise pollution and the use of protective earplugs with an NRR of 33 (like HEAROS Extreme Protection ear plugs), you may want to read this blog.

Noise Pollution And Ear Plugs With NRR 33

About Noise Pollution And NRR 33 Ear Plugs

Noise pollution is considered to be any sound that enters the ear at a volume that is in excess of 85 decibels. For greater hearing health, it is recommended that exposure to noise pollution is minimized. Many popular, and some unavoidable, events produce sound well above this safe range of 85 decibels.jumping castle sales

Unfortunately, exposure to higher decibel sounds, especially for an extended period of time, can result in damage to the nerves of the ear or hearing loss. Unfortunately, both hearing loss and nerve damage is often permanent and irreversible without the use of earplugs with a high NRR (at least 33).

Different Noise Levels Require Different Ear Plugs

If you are unfamiliar with decibel level generated from different activities, consider the following:

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