Halloween is full of noisy trick or treaters, high volume traffic, darkness, and scary masks. As if it wasn't scary enough trying to keep your special needs child calm on a regular quiet day. There are many things you can do to prepare a child with autism for Halloween, but there are no guarantees and trick or treating may have to be cut short. The important thing is you attempt to passive sound share this yearly tradition. Here are a few things you can do that might help.

Wear noise-canceling headphones in flight. What more can I say? Wow. They are totally worth the investment if you fly very often at all. Planes are extremely noisy. The powerful engines, the crying babies, the talkative neighbors. All of the grinding and rumbling and whining and blasting become mere background whispers when you're wearing passive noise canelling headphones cancelling headset.

Make sure that you are not listening to loud music. Going to concerts or being around loud firearms are two of the main reasons that people suffer from tinnitus. That constant ringing in your ears is curable, and can be dampened if you will stop attending loud concerts, listening to loud music, and stop shooting firearms without full ear defenders.

Usually the lighter the headset, the less clamping you'll experience. And a lighter passive noise cancelling headset is just easier to wear anyway. So as you shop for the best headset, pay particular attention to the weight. Headsets can really vary in terms of weight.

If you set out to find a good pair of earphones, you first need to figure out what qualities you are looking for and how much you are willing to pay. If you find a pair that are real comfortable and yet have poor sound, you will still not have what you are looking for. Not everyone puts the same value on the quality of sound, as some people want only the best. Other people can't really tell the difference anyway and any middle of the road pair of earphones would be fine for them.

If you are having trouble with your ears and you want to find what caused it, make an appointment with your audiologist. He can examine you, test your ears, prescribe medications to help you fight infection, and get you fitted for a hearing aid if you need it. There is no reason to miss out on those sounds of life if you don't have to.