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Guests arrive to find a package of earplugs in their room to combat noise from the thin walls and community space.
With no choice, Cindy copes by using earplugs and protective earmuffs, the kind worn by airport baggage handlers.
Accommodations come with earplugs to drown out early morning birdsong, but there’s little to be done about middle-of-the-night sway.
Bring a pair of (comfy) earplugs or download a white-noise app.
In the short term, try the usual combination of earplugs and a white noise machine (or even moving your bed) to minimize the interruptions to your sleep.
So what questions could the organic matrix that is a whale earplug provide an answer to?
RB Leipzig's Timo Werner found that not even earplugs could shut out the deafening roar made by close to 40,000 supporters of Turkish club Besiktas.
Another option: Patients can ask if there are alternatives to the drugs — such as Tylenol — or even request earplugs, which can help a patient sleep, which may mean they better cope with pain, Wergin said.
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