My room is noisy. How do I sleep?

A You probably don’t know this, but Guru once lived on a construction site. Well, ‘lived’ is a bit strong. Perhaps ‘hid’ is a better descriptor. Whatever the semantics, during that time your favourite gadget uncle learned a thing or two about sleeping in loud and dangerous environments.

First, you’ll want to make sure your ears are suitably blocked. Bose’s forthcoming SleepBuds are a neat solution, fizzing all sorts of brain-deadening noise into your ears throughout the night. But you don’t have to spend that much money as good ear plugs, like Mack’s (around £11 for 50 pairs), might be all

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