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Sleep Meditation Podcast - Relaxing Nature Sounds and Ambient Music for Sleep - ASMR Sleep Triggers

Sleep Meditation Podcast - Relaxing Nature Sounds and Ambient Music for Sleep - ASMR Sleep Triggers

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The Go-To Podcast for Sleep.

Do you feel tired in the morning? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app

You spend 1/3 of your life sleeping so do it well.
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Do you want to mix and customize hundreds of new episodes to your personal need?Reserve your free-trail of our upcoming sleep app here:https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appJoin the app waitlist.A must have for the sleep deprived.As always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️  Follow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening!Love and Merry Christmas
Do you want to mix and customize hundreds of new episodes to your personal need? Reserve your free-trail of our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better. If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark. Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down. About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool. Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation. Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid. Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularly. Exercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress. If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.As always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️  Use the hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshare  Follow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening! LOVE 💕
Do you want to mix and customize hundreds of new episodes to your personal need? Reserve your free-trail of our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better. If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark. Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down. About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool. Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation. Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid. Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularly. Exercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress. If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.Find longer sleep playlists on Spotify here: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️  Use the hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshare  Follow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening!LOVE 💕
Do you want to mix and customize hundreds of new episodes to your personal need? Reserve your free-trail of our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better. If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark. Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down. About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool. Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation. Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid. Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularly. Exercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress. If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.Find longer sleep playlists on Spotify here: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use the hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshareFollow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening! 💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Do you want to mix and customize hundreds of new episodes to your personal need? Reserve your free-trail of our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better. If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark. Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down. About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool. Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation. Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid. Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularly. Exercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress. If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.Find longer sleep playlists on Spotify here: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshareFollow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening! 💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Do you want to mix and customize hundreds of new episodes to your personal need? Reserve your free-trail of our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better. If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark. Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down. About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool. Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation. Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid. Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularly. Exercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress. If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.Find longer sleep playlists on Spotify here: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshareFollow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening! 💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Do you feel tired in the morning? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appDaylight Saving Time:In the European Union, Summer Time ends the last Sunday in October. In the EU, all time zones change at the same moment. In the US, clocks go back on the first Sunday in November.What’s the point of daylight saving time?In short, to make better use of the light. When we move clocks backward an hour in the autumn, we are effectively transferring an hour of daylight from evening to morning, when it is arguably more useful to more people. The opposite thing happens in the spring. Daylight saving time is specifically the period between spring and autumn when we get an extra hour of daylight in the evening. Smarter readers will have noticed that no daylight is actually saved.When did it all start?The idea of fiddling with time to save energy or make the day seem longer goes back more than 200 years, though it was not until the first world war that it was finally taken seriously. Coal shortages throughout Europe prompted Germany and its ally Austria-Hungary to take up daylight saving in 1916 to preserve energy, and a flurry of other nations on both sides of the conflict quickly followed suit. The UK took the plunge in May 1916 and has stuck with it ever since.Many countries dropped the ruse after 1918, only readopt it during the energy crises of the 1970s.What is happening this year?All EU member states move clocks back one hour on Sunday, under a law that harmonizes the duration of wintertime to prevent a proliferation of different seasonal changes across neighboring countries.In the US, clocks go back on the first Sunday in November.In the antipodes, New Zealand moved its clocks forward at the end of September and Australian states that observe daylight saving (New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, and the Australian Capital Territory) made the switch on the first Sunday in October.Russia decided to stick with daylight saving all year round in 2011, but that led to darkness at noon in some latitudes, and so in 2014 it reverted to standard time in the autumn. The clocks have stayed there ever since.Find longer sleep playlists on Spotify here: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshareFollow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening! 💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Requested episode by: Rachel, Nadja, SociableLinda, Boo, DIGBY#lol, RLorraineRDo you feel tired in the morning? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better. If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark. Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down. About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool. Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation. Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid. Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularly. Exercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress. If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.Find longer sleep playlists on Spotify here: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshareFollow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening! 💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Do you feel tired in the morning? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better. If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark. Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down. About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool. Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation. Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid. Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularly. Exercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress. If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.Find longer sleep playlists on Spotify here: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️ Use hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshare Follow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening! 💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Like tonight's sleep sounds?Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better. If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark. Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down. About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool. Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation. Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid. Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularly. Exercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress. If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.LONGER SLEEP PLAYLISTS:Open our homepage for more and longer sleep playlists:https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshareFollow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening! 💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Like tonight's sleep sounds? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/app7 Easy Tips To Help You Sleep Better.If you suffer from frequent restless nights, then you might have tried various remedies to get to sleep. Many people take sleeping pills to combat insomnia. However, sleeping pills can have serious side effects. In fact, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just added a boxed warning to some common sleeping pills like Lunesta and Ambien. The FDA warns that these medications can cause excessive sleepiness, which can cause accidents and serious injuries or death. Fortunately, there are plenty of non-medication sleep remedies available. Try one of these tips to help beat your insomnia.1: Make sure your bedroom is dark.Your body is programmed to sleep in the dark. Light can stimulate alertness. Therefore, keep it dark in your room. Use blackout curtains. You can also try sleeping with an eye mask on.2: Create a routine to help you wind down.About an hour before bed, start a routine of winding down for the night. Have a warm bath. Dim the lights. Soft, low light is best for sleep. Turn on some relaxing sleep music or our sleep playlist on Spotify.3: Keep your bedroom temperature cool.Studies have found that if the room temperature is too hot, it interferes with your body’s ability to sleep. A warm bedroom can cause you to become restless. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the best temperature for sleep is somewhere around 65 degrees Fahrenheit, which is on the cooler side. They recommend experimenting with what temperature works best for you.4: Try Meditation.Meditation, the practice of quietly focusing the mind and relaxing the body, creates changes similar to what happens during the initial phases of sleep. Try a sleep-focused meditation practice right before bed. Our Sleep Meditation Podcast can help you fall asleep quicker.5: Avoid using alcohol as a sleep aid.Although alcohol actually can make you feel drowsy and fall asleep faster, it contributes to poor sleep quality. Alcohol negatively affects sleep in numerous ways. It messes with both your circadian rhythms and REM sleep.6: Exercise regularlyExercising for 20–30 minutes every day can help improve sleep. Exercise can help reduce anxiety, which in turn benefits sleep. For many people, daily worries can run through the mind right before bed making it hard to fall asleep. Exercise can relieve this tension. If you have insomnia, it is best to exercise in the morning. Raising the heart rate too close to bedtime can make it hard to sleep, as well.7: Consider buying a new mattress.If your mattress is in poor shape or old, it could cause problems with sleep. Your mattress should relieve pressure points in your body, giving you a good night’s sleep. If it doesn’t do that, then you need a new mattress. Waking up in pain is one sign that you may need to go mattress shopping. Tossing and turning all night long is another indicator.LIKE TONIGHT'S SLEEP SOUND?Open our homepage for more and longer sleep playlists: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use hashtag on Instagram: #sleeppodcastshareFollow us on Instagram: @sleep.meditation.podcastFollow us on Twitter: sleep_triggersThank you for listening!💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Like tonight's sleep sounds? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appWorld Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.The Day provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work, and what more needs to be done to make mental health care a reality for people worldwide.Read our new blog post on: How Insomnia and Sleep Deprivation affects your mental health.https://link.medium.com/jMIvufOcG0Many of us toss and turn or watch the clock when we can’t sleep for a night or two. But for some, a restless night is routine.More than 40 million Americans suffer from chronic, long-term sleep disorders, and an additional 20 million report sleeping problems occasionally, according to the National Institutes of Health.SLEEP DEPRIVATION IS STRONGLY CORRELATED WITH DEPRESSION.Over time, the lack of sleep and sleep disorders, like insomnia, can contribute to the symptoms of depression. People diagnosed with insomnia are five times as likely to develop depression as those without it. In fact, insomnia is often one of the first symptoms of depression.Insomnia and depression actually seem to feed on each other. Sleep loss often aggravates the symptoms of depression and depression can make it more difficult to fall asleep. On the positive side, treating sleep problems can help depression and its symptoms, and vice versa.LIKE TONIGHT'S SLEEP SOUND?Open our sleep playlist on Spotify here:https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use hashtag: #sleeppodcast_shareThank you for listening!💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Like tonight's sleep sounds?  Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here:  https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appTonight we have listener requested episode from Jensen via our feedback form.Thank you, Jensen, for the request, we hope you like tonight episode :)WHAT TYPE OF SOUND MAKE YOU SLEEPY?To get your own sleep sound featured on our podcast, do one the following:1: Describe the sound you want to have featured in the podcast reviews.2: Open our feedback form here: https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.com/feeback3: Make a post on Twitter or Instagram describing your favorite sleep sound. Use the hashtag #sleeppodcast_request 👇Tag us on:Twitter @sleep_triggersInstagram @sleep.meditation.podcastLIKE TONIGHT'S SLEEP SOUND?Open our longer tailor-made sleep playlist on Spotify and Apple Music here:https://www.sleepmeditationpodcast.comAs always, sleep well 😴Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️Use hashtag when sharing on Twitter, Facebook or Twitter: #sleeppodcast_shareThank you for listening!💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Like tonight's sleep sounds? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here:https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appTonight we have listener requested episode from Sans_Boi via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/10/19.“This is just a suggestion, but maybe you could do one with a rainstorm going on outside with the sound of a small fan running at the same time. Also, I love the podcast 👍” 5-star review.Thank you Sans_Boi for the request, we hope you like tonight episode :)WHAT TYPE OF SOUND MAKE YOU SLEEPY?To get your own sleep sound featured on our podcast.Please describe a sleep sound you love to have featured in our upcoming episodes. Leave the comment in the review👇Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️LIKE TONIGHT'S SLEEP SOUND?Open our longer «Sleep Playlist» on Spotify.https://www.asmrsleeptriggers.com/As always, sleep well 😴Thank you for listening!💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Tonight we have listener requested episode from Cat Beans via CastBoxThank you Cat Beans for the request, we hope you like tonight episode :)WHAT TYPE OF SOUND MAKE YOU SLEEPY?To get your own sleep sound featured on our podcast - Please describe a sleep sound you love to have featured in our upcoming episodes. Leave the comment in the review👇Help the sleep-deprived and share this podcast with a sleepy friend. 🗣️LIKE TONIGHT'S SLEEP SOUND?Open our longer «Sleep Playlist» on Spotify.https://www.asmrsleeptriggers.com/HOW TO SLEEP BETTER?Here are some tips for better sleep 😴TIP 1. SET A BEDTIME ALARM AND STICK TO A CONSISTENT SLEEP ROUTINE. Your body’s internal clock, a.k.a. your circadian rhythm plays a key role in regulating your sleep-wake cycle. This clock tells your body when it’s time to wake up in the morning and when to start unwinding at the end of the day.TIP 2. KEEP YOUR BEDROOM COOL. Lowering your body temperature will help you sleep faster. That's why a bedroom with a temperature of 18°C or  64.4°F is ideal.TIP 3. GO OUTSIDE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING. Get at least 60 minutes of natural daylight exposure first thing in the morning. Light is the strongest stimulus for regulating a person’s sleep-wake schedule. It doesn’t matter if it’s cloudy or sunshine, the key is to trick the brain into a new morning routine. Don’t put shades on because it will diminish the light reset function in your body clock.TIP 4. DON'T DRINK COFFEE OR CAFFEINE AFTER NOON. Caffeine has a half-life of six hours. Caffeine is also what we call a psychoactive stimulant. For some people, a single cup of coffee in the morning means a sleepless night.TIP 5. BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE. Regular aerobic exercise like walking, running, or swimming provides three important sleep benefits: you'll fall asleep faster, attain a higher percentage of restorative deep sleep, and awaken less often during the night.TIP 6. LIMIT DAYTIME NAPS AFTER 3 PM. Prolonged napping can disrupt your natural sleep cycle and prevent you from feeling tired enough to fall asleep.TIP 7. EAT HEALTHY AND AT REGULAR TIMES. Food is just as powerful a trigger as light is. Avoid large meals and beverages at late night hours. Recent studies have shown that your eating schedule is correlated with how your body clock works.TIP 8. CLEAN YOUR BEDROOM AND TURN OF THE BLUE LIGHT DEVICES. Remove the television, telephone, and any other devices that radiate blue light from the bedroom. Blue light can affect your sleep and potentially cause sleep diseases.As always, sleep well 😴Thank you for listening!💕LOVE LOVE 💕
Like tonight's sleep sounds? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appOnce upon a time, there was a Queen who had a beautiful baby daughter. She asked all the fairies in the kingdom to the christening, but unfortunately forgot to invite one of them, who was a bit of a witch as well. She came anyway, but as she passed the baby’s cradle, she said, “When you are sixteen, you will injure yourself with a spindle and die!”“Oh, no!” screamed the Queen in horror. A good fairy quickly chanted a magic spell to change the curse. When she hurt herself, the girl would fall into a very deep sleep instead of dying.The years went by, the little Princess grew and became the most beautiful girl in the whole kingdom. Her mother was always very careful to keep her away from spindles, but the Princess, on her sixteenth birthday, as she wandered through the castle, came into a room where an old servant was spinning.“What are you doing?” she asked the servant.“I’m spinning. Haven’t you seen a spindle before?”“No. Let me see it!” The servant handed the girl the spindle … and she pricked herself with it and with a sigh, dropped to the floor.The terrified old woman hurried to tell the Queen. Beside herself with anguish, the Queen did her best to awaken her daughter but in vain. The court doctors and wizards were called, but there was nothing they could do. The girl could not be wakened from her deep sleep.----WHAT TYPE OF SOUND MAKE YOU SLEEPY?To get your own sleep sound featured on our podcast - Please describe a sleep sound you love to have featured in our upcoming episodes. Leave the comment in the review👇
Like tonight's sleep sounds? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appTonight we have listener requested episode from Canada! 🇨🇦PODCAST FEEDBACK:“An oscillating fan for 40mins to an hour. Thanks love the work!”Gian_itunes via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/01/19WHAT TYPE OF SOUND MAKE YOU SLEEPY?To get your own sleep sound featured on our podcast - Please describe a sleep sound you love to have featured in our upcoming episodes. Leave the comment in the review👇LIKE TONIGHT'S SLEEP SOUND?Open our longer «Sleep Noises Playlist» on Spotify.https://www.asmrsleeptriggers.com/HOW TO SLEEP BETTER?Here are some tips for better sleep 😴TIP 1. SET A BEDTIME ALARM AND STICK TO A CONSISTENT SLEEP ROUTINE.Your body’s internal clock, a.k.a. your circadian rhythm plays a key role in regulating your sleep-wake cycle. This clock tells your body when it’s time to wake up in the morning and when to start unwinding at the end of the day.TIP 2. KEEP YOUR BEDROOM COOL.Lowering your body temperature will help you sleep faster. That's why a bedroom with a temperature of 18°C or  64.4°F is ideal.TIP 3. GO OUTSIDE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING.Get at least 60 minutes of natural daylight exposure first thing in the morning. Light is the strongest stimulus for regulating a person’s sleep-wake schedule. It doesn’t matter if it’s cloudy or sunshine, the key is to trick the brain into a new morning routine. Don’t put shades on because it will diminish the light reset function in your body clock.TIP 4. DON'T DRINK COFFEE OR CAFFEINE AFTER NOON.Caffeine has a half-life of six hours. Caffeine is also what we call a psychoactive stimulant. For some people, a single cup of coffee in the morning means a sleepless night.TIP 5. BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE.Regular aerobic exercise like walking, running, or swimming provides three important sleep benefits: you'll fall asleep faster, attain a higher percentage of restorative deep sleep, and awaken less often during the night.TIP 6. LIMIT DAYTIME NAPS AFTER 3 PM.Prolonged napping can disrupt your natural sleep cycle and prevent you from feeling tired enough to fall asleep.TIP 7. EAT HEALTHY AND AT REGULAR TIMES.Food is just as powerful a trigger as light is. Avoid large meals and beverages at late night hours. Recent studies have shown that your eating schedule is correlated with how your body clock works.TIP 8. CLEAN YOUR BEDROOM AND TURN OF THE BLUE LIGHT DEVICES.Remove the television, telephone, and any other devices that radiate blue light from the bedroom. Blue light can affect your sleep and potentially cause sleep diseases.
Like tonight's sleep sounds? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appTonight's question - Please describe a sleep sound you would love to have featured in the upcoming episodes. Leave a comment in the review👇Open our long Ocean Sounds Sleep playlist on Spotify.https://www.asmrsleeptriggers.com/ocean-soundsHERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR BETTER SLEEP 😴TIP 1. SET A BEDTIME ALARM AND STICK TO A CONSISTENT SLEEP ROUTINE. Your body’s internal clock, a.k.a. your circadian rhythm plays a key role in regulating your sleep-wake cycle. This clock tells your body when it’s time to wake up in the morning and when to start unwinding at the end of the day.TIP 2. KEEP YOUR BEDROOM COOL. Lowering your body temperature will help you sleep faster. That's why a bedroom with a temperature of 18°C or  64.4°F is ideal.TIP 3. GO OUTSIDE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING. Get at least 60 minutes of natural daylight exposure first thing in the morning. Light is the strongest stimulus for regulating a person’s sleep-wake schedule. It doesn’t matter if it’s cloudy or sunshine, the key is to trick the brain into a new morning routine. Don’t put shades on because it will diminish the light reset function in your body clock.TIP 4. DON'T DRINK COFFEE OR CAFFEINE AFTER NOON. Caffeine has a half-life of six hours. Caffeine is also what we call a psychoactive stimulant. For some people, a single cup of coffee in the morning means a sleepless night.TIP 5. BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE. Regular aerobic exercise like walking, running, or swimming provides three important sleep benefits: you'll fall asleep faster, attain a higher percentage of restorative deep sleep, and awaken less often during the night.TIP 6. LIMIT DAYTIME NAPS AFTER 3 PM. Prolonged napping can disrupt your natural sleep cycle and prevent you from feeling tired enough to fall asleep.TIP 7. EAT HEALTHY AND AT REGULAR TIMES Food is just as powerful a trigger as light is. Avoid large meals and beverages at late night hours. Recent studies have shown that your eating schedule is correlated with how your body clock works.TIP 8. CLEAN YOUR BEDROOM AND TURN OF THE BLUE LIGHT DEVICES. Remove the television, telephone, and any other devices that radiate blue light from the bedroom. Blue light can affect your sleep and potentially cause sleep diseases.
Like tonight's sleep sounds? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appTonight's question - What type of sound do you miss on this podcast? Leave a comment in the review👇«Do you have one with rain on a tent? like you're camping?»Requested by Mandy KaneWed, Jun 19, 2019 via CastBoxIf you want your own customized sleep sound, leave us a review.  You can also leave a private review here: https://www.asmrsleeptriggers.com/feedbackOPEN LONG SLEEP PLAYLISTS ON SPOTIFY HERE:Rain SoundOcean SoundsAmbient music for sleepThunderstorms for sleepWaterfall and river soundsWhale sounds and underwater soundsWhite noise sleep and tinnitus maskingSinging bowls for mindful meditationhttps://www.asmrsleeptriggers.comOpen sleep playlists on Apple Music.  HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR BETTER SLEEP.TIP 1. SET A BEDTIME ALARM AND STICK TO A CONSISTENT SLEEP ROUTINE. Your body’s internal clock, a.k.a. your circadian rhythm plays a key role in regulating your sleep-wake cycle. This clock tells your body when it’s time to wake up in the morning and when to start unwinding at the end of the day. TIP 2. KEEP YOUR BEDROOM COOL. Lowering your body temperature will help you sleep faster. That's why a bedroom with a temperature of 18°C or  64.4°F is ideal. TIP 3. GO OUTSIDE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING. Get at least 60 minutes of natural daylight exposure first thing in the morning. Light is the strongest stimulus for regulating a person’s sleep-wake schedule. It doesn’t matter if it’s cloudy or sunshine, the key is to trick the brain into a new morning routine. Don’t put shades on because it will diminish the light reset function in your body clock.TIP 4. DON'T DRINK COFFEE OR CAFFEINE AFTER NOON. Caffeine has a half-life of six hours. Caffeine is also what we call a psychoactive stimulant. For some people, a single cup of coffee in the morning means a sleepless night. TIP 5. BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE. Regular aerobic exercise like walking, running, or swimming provides three important sleep benefits: you'll fall asleep faster, attain a higher percentage of restorative deep sleep, and awaken less often during the night.TIP 6. LIMIT DAYTIME NAPS AFTER 3 PM. Prolonged napping can disrupt your natural sleep cycle and prevent you from feeling tired enough to fall asleep.TIP 7. EAT HEALTHY AND AT REGULAR TIMES Food is just as powerful a trigger as light is. Avoid large meals and beverages at late night hours. Recent studies have shown that your eating schedule is correlated with how your body clock works. TIP 8. CLEAN YOUR BEDROOM AND TURN OF THE BLUE LIGHT DEVICES. Remove the television, telephone, and any other devices that radiate blue light from the bedroom. Blue light can affect your sleep and potentially cause sleep diseases.  
Like tonight's sleep sounds? Join the waitlist for our upcoming sleep app here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com/appTonight's question - What type of sound do you miss on this podcast? Leave a comment in the review👇Here is your episode Taylor Messmer.If you want your own customized sleep sound, leave us a review.  You can also leave a private review here: https://www.asmrsleeptriggers.com/feedbackOPEN LONG SLEEP PLAYLISTS ON SPOTIFY HERE:Rain SoundOcean SoundsAmbient music for sleepThunderstorms for sleepWaterfall and river soundsWhale sounds and underwater soundsWhite noise sleep and tinnitus maskingSinging bowls for mindful meditationhttps://www.asmrsleeptriggers.comOpen sleep playlists on Apple Music.  HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR BETTER SLEEP.TIP 1. SET A BEDTIME ALARM AND STICK TO A CONSISTENT SLEEP ROUTINE. Your body’s internal clock, a.k.a. your circadian rhythm plays a key role in regulating your sleep-wake cycle. This clock tells your body when it’s time to wake up in the morning and when to start unwinding at the end of the day. TIP 2. KEEP YOUR BEDROOM COOL. Lowering your body temperature will help you sleep faster. That's why a bedroom with a temperature of 18°C or  64.4°F is ideal. TIP 3. GO OUTSIDE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING. Get at least 60 minutes of natural daylight exposure first thing in the morning. Light is the strongest stimulus for regulating a person’s sleep-wake schedule. It doesn’t matter if it’s cloudy or sunshine, the key is to trick the brain into a new morning routine. Don’t put shades on because it will diminish the light reset function in your body clock.TIP 4. DON'T DRINK COFFEE OR CAFFEINE AFTER NOON. Caffeine has a half-life of six hours. Caffeine is also what we call a psychoactive stimulant. For some people, a single cup of coffee in the morning means a sleepless night. TIP 5. BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE. Regular aerobic exercise like walking, running, or swimming provides three important sleep benefits: you'll fall asleep faster, attain a higher percentage of restorative deep sleep, and awaken less often during the night.TIP 6. LIMIT DAYTIME NAPS AFTER 3 PM. Prolonged napping can disrupt your natural sleep cycle and prevent you from feeling tired enough to fall asleep.TIP 7. EAT HEALTHY AND AT REGULAR TIMES Food is just as powerful a trigger as light is. Avoid large meals and beverages at late night hours. Recent studies have shown that your eating schedule is correlated with how your body clock works. TIP 8. CLEAN YOUR BEDROOM AND TURN OF THE BLUE LIGHT DEVICES. Remove the television, telephone, and any other devices that radiate blue light from the bedroom. Blue light can affect your sleep and potentially cause sleep diseases.  
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D in Dixie

I would love to try out your app, but all my devices are Android. :(

Dec 4th
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Mara Alijeva

Ocean waves ,easy going river .

Dec 2nd
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Kaya J.

Rainstorm and rivers

Nov 19th
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iman ghassemi

jungle and sound of wind in the woods

Nov 15th
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Joe Rutland

LOVELY! NEVER BETTER RELAXING SOUNDS OF A RAINSTORM!

Oct 30th
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S. Coleman

So what about us android users when are you going to make an app specifically for us??

Oct 28th
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Kimia Rokni

Love this

Oct 25th
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Kimia Rokni

The best

Oct 25th
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Kimia Rokni

W000

Oct 25th
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Melissa

😂😂

Sep 26th
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Diana Gonzalez

the sound of the Puerto Rican coqui

Sep 24th
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Chin H. Choi

a share

Sep 21st
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Seexker

This is my favorite 😍

Sep 15th
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Scott Coleman

captain's cabin, pirate ship file seems to be corrupted. "flickering noise" occurring approx 1/3 way in...

Sep 2nd
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Sofie Gjengstø

used to listen to one that started with a thank you note and was a guided meditation focusing on having your eyes open for set amounts of time before closing them again. it's gone from my downloads and I can't find it, is it removed?

Aug 20th
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cat beans

rain on a car roof with windscreen wipers and slight wet road noises

Aug 18th
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jody scharf

greatest podcast I use to sleep. helps me immensely. thank you!

Aug 18th
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#Royalebleu

I would like to hear wind and rain following on the deck of a boat.

Aug 4th
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Santiago García

Fantástico, muchas gracias

Jul 30th
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Ant Crow

please do waves crashing at the beach!

Jul 30th
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