“Often, white noise is recommended for sleep troubles, but it’s not the only noise that can help. Other sonic hues, like pink noise, may also improve your sleep.”
🔊 If your white noise machine is no longer cutting it, check out Healthline’s article on sonic hues for an alternative. They reveal the effects that pink noise (like rain or heartbeats) and brown noise (like waterfalls and thunder) can have on achieving relaxation and a better night’s sleep.
🧘🏾♀️ When it comes to mindfulness practice, it’s often hard to point to tangible progress — and even harder to know if you’re “doing it right.” Enter the Muse headband. It reads your brain and body activity, playing stormy sounds when it indicates stress.
Focus on eliminating the anxiety, and you’re rewarded with peaceful nature sounds. It’s especially ideal for calming your overactive mind at bedtime — and it tracks your progress night after night.
🖼️ If you’ve been searching for a unique accent for your bookcase or mantel, look no further than the Slow Dance Frame. With the varying strobe light controls, you can make inserted objects gracefully drift in slow motion or leap through time. It’s great for meditation in addition to being a superb conversation piece.