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White Noise Sleep – Sleep Series

Are you getting enough sleep?

Studies show poor sleep contributes to many health issues.  Most noteworthy are:

  • Low sex drive
  • Weight gain/Obesity
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease

And that’s only the tip of the iceberg.  There are many more health issues that are related to poor quality sleep.

So how well do you sleep at night?

Noises such as household sounds, pets, and outside noises often lead to poor sleep.  Even more, you may not realize it’s happening but if you are constantly tired, chugging down caffeine and sugar all day just to stay awake—then chances are you are sleep deprived.

Studies have shown that listening to white noise reduces the difference between background sounds and sharp sounds like your neighbor’s dogs barking or doors slamming, giving you’re a better chance at sleeping through the night undisturbed.

White noise is noise that contains all frequencies.  White Noise resembles the sound of static. When White Noise is played at a comfortable volume, it can help you fall asleep and stay asleep. while allowing you to still be able to hear your alarm clock and/or emergency calls or texts.

White Noise Sleep is approximately 10 hours long and starts you off with 30 minutes of a low delta isochronic frequency to help you fall asleep fast.

Great for day sleepers who, above all, need to drown out the daytime noises in their neighborhoods.

Tips for using Isochronic tones:

  • Do not use while driving or operating heavy equipment or machinery;
  • Set aside enough listening time in a quiet and relaxing place where you will not be disturbed;
  • Headphones are not required for isochronic tones, but the can be used;
  • Always listen to the audio at a comfortable level;

Sleep plays an extremely important part of our good health and well-being. When we get a good night’s sleep our bodies recover from the day’s activities, heal damaged cells, and perform many more functions, including boosting our immune systems and recharging our bodies internal systems like our heart and cardiovascular systems.

Sleep is also important for learning and memory, it affects our growth hormones, our stress hormones, and our appetite.  In fact, quality sleep serves all aspects of our bodies in one way or another whether it balances our energy, keeps us alert and helps our mood, and keeps our minds sharp and aware.

Experts say that we should be getting at a minimum of 6 to 8 hours of quality sleep every night.  Of course, occasional interruptions in our sleep happen every now and then. But when they happen all the time, this can lead to sleep deficiency.

Studies show if you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep after you drift off more than three nights a week, you might have a sleep deficiency.  Sleep deficiencies are linked to many chronic health problems such as:

  • Heart Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Stroke
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • And Depression

Poor sleep has also been linked to increased risk of injury, especially on the job.  Shift workers, workers whose shifts are outside of the regular 9-5, are especially susceptible to sleep deficiencies.

Not only is poor sleep linked to job-related injuries, but it is also related to many traffic accidents as well. In a study by AAA, they estimate that approximately 328,000 drowsy driving crashes occur annually.

But that’s not all.  Sleep deficiency can also cause:

  • Moodiness
  • Irritability
  • Forgetfulness
  • Lack of motivation
  • Reduced sex drive
  • Increased appetite

Outside stressors can also be a cause for sleep deficiency.  Worries about money, family, job, etc., can also cause difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep.

Studies have found that playing ambient sounds like ocean waves, rain, or running water, or noise such as white, pink or brown noise can help you reduce sharp noises in your environment that might cause you to have trouble falling asleep and or staying asleep.  Our sleep series also uses deep delta isochronic tones in the first 30 minutes of the video to help you fall asleep fast.

Tips for getting better quality sleep:

  1. Avoid eating heavy meals close to bedtime. This is not only uncomfortable but can lead to weight gain.
  2. Increase sunlight exposure. Sunlight improves our daytime energy as well as our nighttime sleep quality.
  3. Don’t consume caffeine late in the day.
  4. Minimize external sharp noises and reduce lights, including artificial lights, along with maintaining a comfortable sleeping temperature can help give you a better night’s sleep.
  5. Studies show relaxing and clearing your mind with techniques like meditation, mindfulness, deep breathing, and visualization can improve the quality of your sleep.


Isochronic tones have been proven to be a safe and effective way of reducing stress, pain, and helping achieve a more relaxed state. However, as with any audio that contains hypnotic, meditative, or deeply relaxing material or subject matter, you should consult with your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to use. These videos should never take the place of a doctor’s treatment plan, but instead, used in conjunction.

Some people are more sensitive to certain tones and may find they can cause an adverse reaction.  If you find you have a sensitivity to any tone, please discontinue use.



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