Tune Out with These Headphones Designed for People with ADHD
An ADDitude reader tested b-Calm, an “audio sedation” system designed to boost focus and minimize distractions in people with ADHD.
Reviewer: Jane, California
“I am an accountant who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and, during tax season, I am especially distracted by sound, any sound. I tried noise-canceling headphones. They kept out the sound, but made me tune in more to my racing thoughts.
The b-Calm system (#CommissionsEarned), with headphones and personal media player, blocked out distracting sounds while calming me down with its audio tracks. While I don’t like the term ‘audio sedation,’ which the company uses to describe the effect its product has on users, the soundtracks do help me focus when I am crunched at work. The system is preloaded with four tracks. I like the ‘Tropical Beach’ track best, but, then, I am a Pisces.”
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