Acoustic ceiling is the formal name for what is commonly known as a popcorn ceiling. These are ceiling tiles that have a paint-on or spray-on treatment that makes them extremely elegant.
They can be used in the living room, bedrooms and hallways, because of their bright and whitish appearance which has the ability to hide imperfections. Their finishing is also very smooth and has higher durability, plus they are easy to clean.
They are largely being used in construction today, due to their aesthetic purposes, and also the advances in technology has caused them to offer a wide variety of benefits such as improving the acoustics in the room and reducing the noise levels.
Have you ever got up from bed, went to your bathroom and started brushing your teeth with the electric toothbrush, just to hear that damn annoying buzzing noise coming out of it, piercing through your head?
When we are sleepy, all the noise and certain sounds can make us nervous and cranky, which could last the whole day.
Now, being cranky all day will probably affect people around you, which is what you are trying to avoid, especially if your job is to interact with a lot of people.
Therefore, today I will tell you how you can change your life and silence your electric toothbrush, so it doesn’t make that much noise.
One of the most irritating sounds in the world has to be the sound of a loud doorknob.
Well, it’s not the sound itself that makes us so bothered, it has more to do with the fact that this sound is always heard when it’s absolutely not needed.
Whether you’re going to the bathroom in the middle of the night, being extra quiet as to not wake the baby up, or if you’re just trying to concentrate on a task at hand, the sound of a loud doorknob can really ruin everything.
Luckily, we have some easy tricks that you can do yourself, depending on whether you have a squeaky doorknob or just a loud one!
All car owners know how important taking care of your car is. A car can be quite a sensitive machine, and however robust it may seem, an apparently minor issue can cause a major setback.
That’s why it’s important to regularly have your car checked, but you don’t need to see your mechanic for every single thing. Some issues you can fix on your own, especially if you have the proper tools.
In this text, we’ll talk about alternators and the issue of the squeaky bearing. It often happens that whenever your car makes weird sounds something is amiss, and the issue must be addressed as soon as possible.
As we all know sleeping is one of the crucial activities for our body, just like eating or drinking water is.
Living without it is not an option, as it affects our mental health, mood, endocrine, and other systems in our body, or better said our life overall.
Many of us don’t pay that much attention to it and go for days and weeks without sleeping enough, as many other activities take their toll on it.
Believe it or not, a person can survive without sleep for 11 days only and it does sound quite serious when you give it a thought.
This is why many people who suffer from chronic insomnia usually survive 1-2 years after the diagnosis and even less – 6-12 months after diagnosis of parasomnia, which prevents any real REM sleep.
It happens often that the lack of sleep can be caused by our loud neighbors, a change of bed and pillow, changing time zones, stress or many other factors, however, one thing that should never keep us awake is a squeaking bed.
If you are reading this you are probably looking for a solution, but don’t worry because there are many ways to take care of this annoying problem and enjoy your peaceful sleep.
Imagine a Thursday night after an exhausting week. You can’t wait for the weekend, but you still have Friday to make it through before being able to get some proper sleep. Still, you are comforted by the fact that you can go to bed early tonight and give yourself a break.
Once you’re in bed and as you are slowly drifting off to the realm of sleep, you suddenly hear tick-tock, tick-tock, Tick-Tock, Tick-Tock, TICK-TOCK, TICK-TOCK!!!
And, goodbye, sleep!
The sound made by analogue clocks is like a torturing method specifically devised to keep you sleepless all night. Moreover, just as you grow accustomed to it, it’s just like the little devil changes the rhythm!
If you are among the unlucky ones who are highly sensitive to a clock ticking, I know you have tried many tricks to make it less loud. I’ve been there too and I know the struggle is real!
For all of you out there taking clocks off of walls or taking the batteries out, I will give you some helpful tips on how to make your clock soundless.
Here we go!