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Noise cancellation for sleeping

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  • Feb 19th, 2019 10:44 pm
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Jun 18, 2018
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Noise cancellation for sleeping

Any recommendations for something I can use to block noise while sleeping? Ear plugs are not very comfortable and I also heard they were bad as they push the earwax into your ear.
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If you clean your ears regularly (not necessarily daily but maybe at least once every few days after a shower) with a q-tip then I don't see earwax as a problem. I used to use earplugs when I was in University and didn't have any issues. The first time I started cleaning out my ears (it was years since my mom did it when I was a child) I saw it was pretty dirty.
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a fan or better yet put a air cleaner/purifier in your room.
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lead wrote: a fan or better yet put a air cleaner/purifier in your room.
great suggestion. I just started using an oil diffuser , it adds moisture to the air & u don't have to use oil with it. it makes a slight humming that u may find comforting.