SleepPhones make a great last-minute Valentine’s gift idea for loved ones with insomnia

SleepPhones are a combination headphones/headband that turn an mp3 player or other audio device into a drug-free sleep aid for people with insomnia.
By: AcousticSheep LLC
 
Feb. 2, 2012 - PRLog -- Watching a loved one struggle with insomnia can be difficult, and lack of sleep can cause a variety of health issues. Anyone looking for last-minute Valentine’s day gift ideas this year can give their insomniac loved one a drug-free sleep solution via SleepPhones.

SleepPhones are unique headphones designed specifically for falling asleep to music or other sounds and work with most mp3 players, CD players, and other audio devices. SleepPhones are much more comfortable for falling asleep to music than ear buds, which can hurt ears when inside the ear canal for a period of time. SleepPhones have thin speakers within a soft fleece headband which are removable for machine washing. They are also made with 88 percent recycled plastic bottles, and the headquarters is powered by wind energy.

SleepPhones can be purchased alone or in a new retail package that includes a CD with three soothing, sleep-friendly tracks, including music, nature, and white noise sounds. The tracks are all overlaid with binaural beats, which are scientifically designed sounds that help you fall asleep faster.

“Lack of sleep can cause anything from stress in relationships to heart problems ,” said Dr. Wei-Shin Lai, MD, inventor of SleepPhones and CEO of AcousticSheep, LLC, makers of SleepPhones. “Giving SleepPhones on Valentines Day is a great way to keep both your loved one and your relationship healthy.”

CONTACT:
Jamie Oberdick
jamie@sleepphones.com
AcousticSheep, LLC
814-360-3472
http://www.SleepPhones.com

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About AcousticSheep, LLC
AcousticSheep, LLC designs and distributes innovative headphones for a variety of lifestyles. Formed in 2007 by a family doctor and her husband, AcousticSheep products are designed with comfort, quality, and the environment in mind. Headquartered in Pennsylvania, the company is powered by 100 percent wind energy. Visit SleepPhones.com for additional information. Connect with us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@SleepPhones).


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