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Happier / hair dryer

Happier

Children often do not like drying hair due to they are scared the sound of a hair dryer. They could struggle to dry hair when hearing a loud noise, which could affect the development of children’s brain nerve. Moreover, with the use of the sound damper, noises can be converted into bird sounds that can please the children when using hair dryers. That is, using natural sound to attract children’s attention, children will be willing to dry their hair. Moreover, if children are exposed under 80 decibels for over 5 minutes, their brain might be influenced. Hence, bird sounds will turn into rapid tempo to remind parents of the time control.

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National Cheng Kung University

National Cheng Kung University
Tainan City, Taiwan