Unwanted sound and loud noise can be a problem for the sleep cycle. Unfortunately, we now live in a society where noise is ever present, especially if we live in an urban environment. How to Sleep With Noise Tips Today, to get healthy sleep, we need to learn how to sleep through noise and how to reduce noise while sleeping. Here are some tips on how to block out sound . . .
A walk-in closet can be a beautiful thing. In addition to being a great way to organize your clothes, it can be a terrific little refuge from the outside world — but not if sounds from outside the closet keep blasting in. What you really want is a space you can go into, close the door and focus for a few minutes of the day. Fortunately, there are several affordable . . .
There’s no way to sugarcoat it — soundproofing is not an easy job. A loft is an open space, which is one of its appeals. And open spaces are naturally very difficult to soundproof. But while you cannot turn your loft into a perfect sound-resistant bubble, loft soundproofing is possible, with a little ingenuity. Here are some tips for making it happen. How to Soundproof Loft Walls Here, we see . . .
Why do music and shopping go together? If you’re a retailer who occasionally or frequently plays music in your store, you probably already have a good idea how noise affects your shopping experience. The research is clear: Music makes shoppers feel good. Even bad music, as long as it is at a pleasing volume and pitch, can have a positive effect. Studies show that shoppers who listen to music are . . .
Does it fill you with rage when someone talks with their mouth full? Do you want to flee every time your housemate coughs? If certain noises drive you crazy while no one else seems to notice, that doesn’t mean you’re a lousy friend, spouse, coworker or family member. However, it might mean you have misophonia. Misophonia can be an isolating experience. If you have misophonia, you might avoid certain social . . .