Ear Plugs For Focus & Concentration
Do you ever find yourself struggling to focus at work when your colleagues are on the phone, or the person beside you keeps drumming on their desk?
Or love studying in cafes but find that the background noise makes it difficult to concentrate on the task at hand?
How about reading on public transport? Have you ever read the same sentence over and over again, finding it hard to focus over the noise of the plane or train and other passengers’ conversations?
If any of these situations sound familiar, you’re not alone. While some people feel that they thrive when there’s music playing, the constant buzz of conversations, or the whirr and clatter of coffee machines, many of us struggle to concentrate when there’s background noise.
In fact, studies have shown that when it comes to real focus, all of us fare better in quieter atmospheres. Our focus is almost always lost when a sound reaches about 80 decibels. For context, that’s equivalent to a traffic-filled street, a busy hotel lobby, a dishwasher, hairdryer, or a ringing telephone.
Lots of everyday noises can be loud enough for us to lose focus. So is it any wonder that we can’t concentrate in environments that have lots of different sounds happening all at once?
Whether you have noise sensitivity, misophonia, ADHD, autism, or simply prefer to get down to business in relative silence, there is a solution: earplugs for concentration.
Reduce distractions and improve your focus
You can’t always avoid distracting noises. But you can take control and minimize external factors that might limit your ability to concentrate.
Earplugs put the power back into your hands.
Time to get your focus back
That means that, whether you’re working from a noisy office, or need earplugs for studying in a busy place, they’ll reduce background noise to a manageable level, so that you can focus more easily. Even in the loudest of environments, Loop Quiet takes the edge off so you can focus on better work or make the most of your study time.
With a soft-touch silicon design, they’re comfortable enough to wear from morning to evening, and they come in a choice of six colors, so you can match them to your unique style.
Big noise reduction
These earplugs are designed to reduce noise by up to 23 decibels evenly across mid, low and high frequencies. With a cleverly designed acoustic channel, membrane and filter they equal huge noise reduction making them the best earplugs for concentration.
They provide maximum comfort. They fit snugly into all types of ears and are designed to stay put, meaning you won’t have to keep putting them back in while you study.
Stay stylish while studying with earplugs. The Loop Experience Pro range comes in multiple unique colors for you to choose from. And they come in a handy little case, so you can pop them in your desk drawer or bag for wherever and whenever you need them.
“These are revolutionary! Now that I'm back in an open plan office post COVID, these have made such a difference in terms of reducing the stress I used to endure trying to concentrate with 2 or 3 conversations in the background!”- Lorraine S.
“I always experienced overstimulation by noises and so far these help a lot!! It helps focus on what's happening in front of me instead of background noises.”- Theo F.
Discover the benefits of earplugs for focus
Whether you’re working, studying, reading, or doing chores, minimize external distractions and improve your concentration with Loop earplugs.
100-day free return
Ready to give them a go? We’re confident that you’ll love them, but we want you to try them out on your own terms. If they’re not for you, you can return them within 100 days for free.
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