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#LIFEISLOUD
Open your ears.
Open your mind.
Let’s party!
Did you know?
85dB
Urban traffic
You can endure several hours of noise
this loud before suffering hearing
damage.
100dB
MP3 players 
Listening to music at this level for more
than 15 minutes can damage your
hearing. 
120dB
Live music 
Sound this loud causes
immediate hearing damage. 
How to take care of your hearing.
There are three well-known ways to protect your hearing, and one generally good bit of advice.
01
Avoid loud noise.

If the sound is too loud, just walk
away. This works perfectly…
unless you actually want to hear
the sound.
02
Turn it down.

Take care of your ears by
lowering the volume on your MP3
player. You know you should, but
how often do you actually do this?
03
Wear earplugs.

This is an excellent idea if you want to
enjoy live music. Just make sure your
hearing protection fits you properly
04
Live healthily.

Eat well, drink water and get
enough rest. Your body will thank
you for it.
Try something new.
Soundbites is a new product you can take when you go to festivals and parties, when you listen to music, or if you're exposed to industrial or construction noise.
Soundbites.
Soundbites is a patented micronutrient
formula containing vitamins A, C, E
and magnesium, together known as
ACEMg (say ‘ace mag’).
ACEMg has a positive influence on
your health, protecting cells
throughout your body, including your
inner ear cells.

Take Soundbites when you go to
festivals and parties, when you listen
to music, or if you're exposed to
industrial or construction noise.

We encourage the use of earplugs and
ear protection devices in addition to
Soundbites whenever possible or
practical.