Earplugs for tinnitus

You’ve had an amazing night out at a club, only to leave with ringing ears. Or you spend all day working on a construction site, and battle with buzzing ears when your shift ends. Or perhaps you’ve spent the night singing along to your favourite band live in concert – only to leave the gig with ringing ears.

It’s called tinnitus, and whatever the situation, there’s one common denominator that can cause tinnitus: loud noise.

Sometimes tinnitus is temporary, and vanishes after a few hours – but sometimes, the damage can be permanent. And once you’ve got tinnitus, it doesn’t go away.

Loud noises aren’t the only cause of tinnitus – but they’re one of the most common, and the most preventable. So, if you find yourself in loud environments where noise-induced hearing loss is a risk, it’s important to protect your hearing. Luckily, there’s one easy way to do that: with tinnitus earplugs.

Benefits of earplugs for tinnitus sufferers

Tinnitus can be caused by several things, such as high blood pressure, inner ear disorders, and hearing loss. For some of these conditions, tinnitus is temporary – and once the condition is treated, the tinnitus will go away. But for others, like tinnitus caused by hearing loss, it’s permanent.

The best way of preventing tinnitus in the first place, then, is to protect your ears from hearing damage. And if you already have tinnitus, reducing your exposure to loud noises can stop the condition from getting any worse.

But we don’t recommend that you avoid loud noises completely. That’s no fun, and it can actually make your tinnitus even worse when you are exposed to loud noises.

Instead, protecting your ears with earplugs is the way to go. It’s not recommended that people with tinnitus wear earplugs 24/7. If you’re in a quiet environment with no background noise, you may become more sensitive to sound, which can make your tinnitus worse.

It is, however, recommended that you wear tinnitus earplugs to protect your hearing in noisy environments and stop your condition from getting any worse.

Why Loop Earplugs are the best solution for tinnitus

Traditional foam earplugs block sounds out completely – which isn’t ideal for tinnitus sufferers. Although you want to reduce the intensity of loud noises, the silence created by foam earplugs can actually increase your awareness of the ringing in your ears.

When it comes to earplugs and tinnitus, it’s better to look for ones which filter sound waves rather than block them out – like Loop Experience earplugs. They offer up to 18 decibels (SNR) or 7 dB (NRR) of noise reduction to reduce the intensity of noise, without blocking it out entirely. You’ll still be able to hear perfectly – making them a great choice for concerts, nightclubs and other events – just at a lower volume.

They come with a choice of four ear tip sizes so you can get the perfect fit for you, and the tips are made from super soft silicone for all-day comfort. So now you can get out there and do all the things you love, safe in the knowledge that you’re protected from the risk of hearing loss and tinnitus.

Don’t let it hold you back

With the right tinnitus earplugs, you won’t have to let it hold you back anymore.  

Imagine being able to enjoy house parties with your friends, and being able to hear them while still wearing earplugs. Or losing yourself in the music at a concert. Or not having to cut a night out short when your friends want to go to a bar.  

Imagine being free of the fear of triggers and noises that have been holding you back from living fully

That’s where high-fidelity earplugs like the Loop Experience Plus can help. They: 

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Protect you

You won’t have to worry about triggers or noises you’re sensitive to. And you can relax knowing that you won’t make your tinnitus worse; your ears will be protected.

Mask the noise

Loop Experience Pro allows natural sound to come through, but just at a lower volume. While you can’t completely block out tinnitus, it means the ringing in your ears will be masked by the sounds of your environment, and you’ll be protected from triggers

Look good

Loop Experience Pro earplugs have an attractive ring design, come in a range of colors, and fit discreetly in your ears.

Are comfortable

With ear tips in different sizes, you can find your perfect fit and wear them comfortably for a long time.

  • “Works really well. Easy to use in public, parties and at places that would usually overwhelm my head and trigger tinnitus. Amazed how I’m still able to hear my friends and voices while at the club floor – can definitely recommend these loops!”

    - Christine N.
  • “I suffer from tinnitus and have found the earplugs to reduce the piercing screech…these have been a life changer!” 

    - Reeves-Luke E.
  • “Amazing product. I suffer from hyperacusis, tinnitus and somatosensory hearing loss. I needed some hearing protection for the first concert I would go to since my diagnosis, I am so glad that I found these…Thank you”

    - Julia H.
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Live life at your volume

Go to bars, parties, concerts and festivals with your friends without a worry. You can focus on having fun and living your best life. We’ll take care of your ears.  

Our mission is to empower you to live fully – at your volume.

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100 days free return

Try them for yourself and see how they help. And if you don’t like them, you can always return them within 100 days – no worries.

Frequently asked questions

Can earplugs block out specific frequencies and sounds that trigger tinnitus?

Loop Experience earplugs don’t block out specific frequencies – but they do reduce the overall volume of noise across a broad range of frequencies, offering up to 18 dB (SNR) of noise reduction. 

Are these earplugs suitable for all types of tinnitus, including subjective and objective tinnitus?

There are three main types of tinnitus: subjective, somatic and objective. Our earplugs are suitable for all three types of tinnitus when you’re in particularly loud environments and can help to reduce your symptoms and prevent your tinnitus from getting worse.

Can earplugs be used in both quiet and noisy environments to manage tinnitus?

It’s not recommended that you use tinnitus earplugs in quiet environments, as it can end up making your tinnitus worse. That’s because, when there’s no background noise, you may become more sensitive to sound – meaning that your tinnitus is worse when you are exposed to noise. However, it is recommended that you wear earplugs to protect your ears in noisy environments and prevent your tinnitus from getting worse.

Can earplugs be used by individuals with hearing loss in addition to tinnitus?

Tinnitus and hearing loss often go hand in hand. Wearing earplugs can help to protect your hearing from any further damage in loud environments.

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