Do you know someone that may be Auditory Hypersensitive?
Our hi-fi earplugs are ideal for Little Super Heroes that have Auditory Hypersensitivity and find that events or busy environments easily put them into sensory overload.
'Auditory Overload' is when the brain becomes so overwhelmed by the amount of sound information it needs to process, that it:
This overload may happen more easily to some people (eg. those with Autism, ADHD or Sensory Processing Disorder), as their brain can be literally structurally different to a neurotypical brain, and therefore struggle to integrate the sensory information coming in the way it should. Therefore it may be paying WAY too much attention to the sounds in the environment... rather than ignoring sounds that are not important (gee... thanks brain! ).
Research and observation now shows that the issue isn't necessarily just really loud noise, or sudden noise. It can just be a few different things going quietly at once (like conversations, music, kids playing nearby, a dog barking a few houses away, birds chirping over the back fence, and a dishwasher or similar quiet appliance going), that can really affect someone's overload and ability to regulate themselves!
We have trialed and compared many different types of earplugs, and what we love about these is that they are the most comfortable out of the ones we tried, and that they are reusable, but are not just a foam or putty earplug... therefore bringing a much better sound quality.
Your Little Super Hero will be able to wear these all day if they want to (even in the classroom), as they allow them to still hear clearly and interact socially!
"These are the most comfortable ones that [my daughter] has tried, and I love that they are clear and almost invisible, as she can be self conscious at times!" - Janine
OUR STRING CONNECTOR
Some little superheroes might benefit from this attachable string connector to help keep the Vibes High Fidelity Earplugs safe and secure.
String Connectors are sold separately or available in a product bundle.