Sleeping earplugs

Forget about your sleepless nights.

Enjoy a restful sleep with comfortable and ergonomic sleeping ear plugs from National Hearing Care.

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What are sleeping ear plugs for?

Your sleep pattern can be affected by a number of interruptions in the night. Whether you have a partner who snores or noisy neighbours, our earplugs for sleeping can put you at ease when you want to relax most and prevent you from experiencing any more sleepless nights. 

What are the characteristics?

Our earplugs for sleeping are made out of soft silicone to provide a perfect fit to your ears while being extremely comfortable to wear, relieving you from high frequency sounds that can disturb or inhibit sleep. All of our earplugs for sleeping are custom fit and available in a wide range of colours to choose from. 

Who should use them?

Ear plugs for sleeping can be used by anybody who wishes to block out noises in situations where people need to relax or switch off from the outside world.  They are designed to reduce ambient sounds and are ideal for:

  • Sleeping
  • Travelling and sleeping on a plane
  • Camping
  • Meditation
  • Commuters who use noisy transport such as buses or trains
  • People who work irregular shift patterns or night shifts
  • Students who want to concentrate without being disturbed

All our ranges of ear plugs are available in a wide variety of colours for different situations, which you can discuss at a FREE hearing test with one of our trained audiologists or audiometrists in your local National Hearing Care clinic.

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