Earplugs for snoring

You’ve had a long, busy day, and you can’t wait for a good night’s sleep. But there’s one little problem that’s keeping you awake: your partner snoring.

You love them, but if you have to sleep beside a snoring partner, there’s a good chance that you also hate them a little bit. Because as you lie there awake, unable to focus on anything other than their snoring, they’re fast asleep – and keeping you awake.

But a snoring partner doesn’t have to mean the end of your relationship! There’s one easy solution: earplugs for snoring.

The effects of snoring on sleep

Your partner isn’t deliberately trying to keep you awake with their snoring – we promise. While being kept up at night because of their snoring has a detrimental impact on your sleep, it also affects the quality of their sleep.

Have you ever woken up in the morning after a terrible night’s sleep, and instantly been in a bad mood? You snap at your partner over your cereal, then grumble about other passengers on the bus, before finding it hard to concentrate at work. They’re all symptoms of poor sleep, and it can take a real toll on relationships where one partner is constantly blaming the other, snoring partner, for their poor sleep quality.

But it’s not just the short-term effects like grumpiness and a lack of focus that you need to be worried about. In the long term, a lack of sleep (for both the snorer and their long-suffering partner) can lead to health issues like diabetes and high blood pressure.

So, earplugs to block out snoring are a good idea not only for the sake of your relationship, but also for your health.

And of course, your partner isn’t the only snoring you might encounter. Have you ever tried to get to sleep on a long-haul flight, only to find that you’re stuck sitting beside a snorer? Or what about going on a camping trip and discovering that the person in the next tent snores like a train? A pair of snoring earplugs could be your secret weapon – and the key to a better night’s sleep.

Why Loop Earplugs for snoring are your best option

Loop Quiet earplugs offer up to 24 decibels (SNR) and 14 dB (NRR) of noise reduction. That means that even the loudest snoring will be reduced to a tolerable level, making it easier for you to fall asleep – and stay asleep through the night.

They’re made from super-soft silicone for all-night comfort, and with a choice of four ear tip sizes, you can find the perfect fit for you. That means that they’ll stay in place all night long for an improved night’s sleep, no matter whether you sleep on your front, back or side.

When you’re not woken up during the night, your sleep quality will improve, and you’re more likely to fall into a deep sleep. It’s during this deep stage of sleep that your body carries out vital functions like muscle repair and the recuperation of your immune system. So, wearing earplugs for snoring your partner could be the key to improved health, better concentration, and a happier relationship. Win-win.

We’re here to help

You don’t have to suffer forever – help is at hand. 

In fact, we’ve been on a mission: to invent the best earplugs for loud snoring there is.  

So we did. And they really work. 

Introducing our Loop Quiet range. Here’s what you get: 

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Big noise reduction

Our earplugs are designed to reduce noise by up to 24 decibels. That’s big. They’re the best earplugs for a snoring partner, helping to block out unwanted noise and irritating snoring. Roll on peaceful and uninterrupted sleep.

Comfort

Being made from flexible, soft silicone means they provide maximum comfort. Not only do they fit nicely into all different types of ears, but they're also designed to stay put all night, without sticking out. 

Style

Who says you can’t be stylish while sleeping? Not us. The Loop Quiet range comes in six different colors for you to choose from. And they come in a handy little case, so you can keep them safe next to your bed, ready for you each night.

  • "Great for sleeping, both at night and napping during the day. Because of my earplugs I've had the best sleep in months!"

    - Janelle S.
  • "They are the BEST EARPLUGS to block out snoring! My husband is a loud snorer and for a whole year I made him sleep on the couch because I could NOT sleep. Now he sleeps in our bed again and I can't hear him AT ALL!"

    - Cheryl C.

Sleep at your volume

Now you’ve discovered the best earplugs to banish snoring, you’re on your way to many nights of sound slumber ahead. Get back to sleeping like you used to. Better sleep. More energy. More productive. Fewer murderous thoughts. Everyone’s a winner.

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100 days free return

Wear them to bed and give them a try. With 100 days free return, you can always give them back. We’re helpful like that. No hard feelings.

Frequently asked questions

Can earplugs block out snoring?

It depends on how loud the snoring is but earplugs can definitely reduce the volume of the snoring. Our earplugs for blocking out snoring offer up to 24 dB (SNR) of noise reduction to take the edge off.

How effective are earplugs for snoring in reducing snoring sounds?

The best snoring earplugs reduce the volume to help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep throughout the night. Loop Quiet does just that, with up to 24 dB of noise reduction.

Can earplugs for snoring be used by both the snorer and their partner?

Snoring is annoying for the partner, but it can be just as detrimental to the snorer’s sleep too. If you snore at night and want to wake up feeling more refreshed, earplugs might be the answer.

Can earplugs help with other sleep disturbances?

Yes! If you live in a noisy environment or are a light sleeper, earplugs can stop you from waking up throughout the night at the slightest sound. Just find out how to choose the best earplugs for sleeping to ensure you get the right ones to suit your needs.

Can I still hear my alarm clock if I wear earplugs while sleeping?

Our earplugs reduce noise rather than completely blocking it out – which means you should still be able to hear your alarm clock. But if you’re a particularly heavy sleeper, you might want to set a louder alarm to make sure there are no issues in the morning.

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