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The Secret Weapon for Sensory-Challenges
Tired of being challenged by sensory processing disorder? Learn to chill out with the B-Calm GP, a practical intervention tool that uses AudioSedation audio tracks to bring on the relaxation. The B-Calm GP is an MP3 player with 2GB of storage. 1GB is pre-loaded with AudioSedation tracks and 1GB is empty space that can be filled with your choice of music or other audio tracks. It is specifically designed to neutralize sensory challenges caused by noise and to aid kids who tend to be distracted easily. This device may be small in size but it yields big results during "focus" times at school, during homework time or anytime where sustained attention is required. Just turn it on, select the desired track and listen. Carrying bag included.
- Blocks distracting noise during school, homework and travel
- For anyone with sensory processing disorder or trouble focusing
- Age 3+
The B-Calm GP comes loaded with 14 tracks, each 30 minutes in length:
Early Morning Rain
Evening at the Ocean
Hot Tub Relaxation
In the Kitchen
Under a Canopy
Wading in a Creek
Weight: 2 lbs.
Can be used wireless by bluetooth with app
Includes one pair of earbud style headphones & one pair of over the ear headphones (for more sound canceling)
USB type charging cable
Built-in rechargeable battery
Black b-Calm carrying bag
B-Calm GPI originally purchased this product for my 9 year old son who is easily distracted. I thought that the tracks would help him tune out and concentrate better. I was disappointed that for months, he wouldn't even try it out. Recently, he showed interest In trying it out. The "calming" tracks are loaded on a regular mp3 player. After a few minutes I noticed he had figured out how to get it to play the radio instead of the calming tracks. So, it hasn't worked out for him as I'd hoped. I have found that I do like it myself. I have auditory defensiveness and it does drown out background noise and noise of two loud children very well. After I listen for a while I feel much more relaxed. I like three of the tracks, I usually skip the track called "Sunday Drive" because it increases anxiety for me. There are some high pitched sounds like big trucks going by which are really alerting to me.The other problem I have is as an avoider of loud sounds in general: the lowest volume setting is too loud for me in many cases. That may be part of the reason it is good at drowning out noises. It is louder than I would usually listen to headphones. I also find it alarming when the tracks suddenly end. It would be nice if the sound tapered off instead of stopping between tracks. It seems to be a pretty nice MP3 player and there is an equalizer to change sound style (pop, rock, etc) that changes the quality of the tracks, There is also a repeat button, I've used it many times and never hooked it up to my computer. I think it would be nice to add a bunch of calming songs and there is plenty of memory. My favorite thing about it is that it's small enough to carry in my purse for overstimulating events, migraines, or one of my kids has a meltdown.Read More
Answered QuestionsDo these work as a noise reduction devise, if you choose not to play the music, as well (in a movie theater, as an example)?Wendi / Jun 26, 2016If you need headphones to help reduce noise, I'd recommend the Noise Reduction Headphones https://funandfunction.com/noise-reduction-headphones.html
For the B-Calm Headphones, it depends on how the headphones fit over the ears. They are not meant to be used as noise cancelling devices, but certainly would reduce external noise.Devorah Waldman, Customer Service / Jun 30, 2016