Sleep Noise Timer

Fall asleep to the sounds of white noise, brown noise, pink noise, nature sounds, and more! Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to help sleep through the night or during nap time. All sounds are created/produced in house with a focus on quality so you can get a good night’s rest. Sweet dreams!

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Episodes

Sunday May 12, 2024

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12 hours of smoothed brown noise for deep sleep. Please follow/subscribe and thanks for listening!
Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to sleep through the night or during nap time. Brown noise is a type of sound that is similar to white noise, but with a lower frequency. Some people find that listening to brown noise before going to sleep can help them fall asleep more quickly and stay asleep longer. This is because brown noise can help to mask other sounds that might be present in the environment, such as traffic or a partner's snoring, which can make it difficult to fall asleep.
In addition to masking background noise, brown noise may also help to slow down brain activity, which can promote relaxation and make it easier to fall asleep. The lower frequency of brown noise is also thought to be closer to the natural frequency of the human brain, which can make it more calming and soothing than other types of noise.
Some people may find other types of noise, such as white noise or pink noise, sounds more soothing. It's always good idea to try different type of noise to see what works best for you.
Other gentle sounds, such as nature sounds, can also be helpful for sleep. These sounds can be calming and help create a relaxing atmosphere, making it easier to wind down and get a good night's rest. So, if you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, try incorporating our brown noise or other gentle sounds into your bedtime routine. It could make all the difference in getting a good night's rest.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

Sunday Apr 28, 2024

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15 hours of airplane cabin noise for deep sleep. Please follow/subscribe and thanks for listening!
Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to sleep through the night. Let your imagination wander as you drift off and travel to magical places. The noise from an airplane cabin can be helpful for falling asleep due to its consistency and monotony. Unlike at home where various sounds and distractions can disrupt sleep, the drone of the airplane engine creates a uniform and steady background noise that can lull one into slumber. This consistency helps to calm the mind and soothe the senses, leading to a deeper and more restful sleep.
In addition to the consistency, the noise level of the cabin can also act as a form of white noise, which can mask other disruptive sounds and provide a sense of privacy. This can be particularly beneficial for those who are light sleepers and easily disturbed by external noises. 
The noise from an airplane cabin can also act as a form of environmental sound masking, which can reduce stress and anxiety levels. The consistent and monotonous noise helps to reduce the level of mental stimulation and creates a sense of calm. This can help people relax, reduce stress levels and ultimately fall asleep more easily. With the many benefits of airplane cabin noise, it is no surprise that many travelers find it helpful for sleeping.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

12 Hours of Deep Black Noise

Sunday Apr 21, 2024

Sunday Apr 21, 2024

12 hours of black noise for deep sleep. Please follow/subscribe and thanks for listening!
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Listening to black noise while sleeping can offer several benefits for improving the quality of your sleep and overall well-being. Black noise is a unique sound spectrum that combines various frequencies to create a consistent, soothing background noise.
Black noise and white noise are two distinct types of soundscapes that have different characteristics and effects on sleep. Understanding the differences between them can shed light on how black noise can be particularly helpful for promoting restful sleep.
Black noise and white noise differ in their sound spectrum. White noise contains equal intensity across all frequencies within the audible range, resulting in a "shushing" or static-like sound that masks other noises by drowning them out. In contrast, black noise contains a wider range of frequencies, with a stronger emphasis on lower frequencies. This results in a more soothing, natural, and less harsh auditory experience compared to the sharp and constant sound of white noise.
Black noise's emphasis on lower frequencies creates a more calming and gentle auditory environment, making it well-suited for sleep. While white noise can be effective at masking external sounds, it may still be perceived as somewhat jarring or intrusive to some individuals due to its uniform intensity across all frequencies. Black noise, on the other hand, mimics the subtle sounds of nature, such as the rustling of leaves or the distant rumble of a waterfall, creating a tranquil atmosphere that promotes relaxation.
Black noise's ability to create a calming auditory backdrop can help individuals fall asleep faster and enjoy deeper, more restorative sleep. It serves as a buffer against disruptive noises in the environment, effectively "blurring" sounds like car horns or household clatter. By reducing the chances of waking up during the night due to external disturbances, black noise contributes to a more consistent sleep pattern, leading to improved sleep quality and overall well-being.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

Sunday Apr 14, 2024

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15 hours of smoothed pink noise for deep sleep. Please follow/subscribe! 
Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to sleep through the night. Pink noise is a type of noise that has equal energy per octave, as opposed to white noise which has equal energy per frequency. Pink noise has been shown to be effective for improving sleep because it contains a balance of low and high frequencies, which can help to mask and reduce distractions from environmental noise.
Additionally, pink noise has been found to have a calming effect on the brain, which can help to relax the listener and promote sleep. Some studies have even suggested that pink noise can improve sleep quality and increase the amount of deep sleep that a person gets. Overall, pink noise is a good option for those who have trouble falling or staying asleep due to noise or other distractions, as it can help to create a more soothing and restful sleep environment.
Other gentle sounds, such as nature sounds, can also be helpful for sleep. These sounds can be calming and help create a relaxing atmosphere, making it easier to wind down and get a good night's rest. So, if you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, try incorporating our pink noise or other gentle sounds into your bedtime routine. It could make all the difference in getting a good night's rest.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

30 Minutes of Pink Noise

Tuesday Apr 09, 2024

Tuesday Apr 09, 2024

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30 minutes of pink noise for focus, study, or sleep. Please follow/subscribe! 
Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to sleep through the night. Pink noise is a type of noise that has equal energy per octave, as opposed to white noise which has equal energy per frequency. Pink noise has been shown to be effective for improving sleep because it contains a balance of low and high frequencies, which can help to mask and reduce distractions from environmental noise.
Additionally, pink noise has been found to have a calming effect on the brain, which can help to relax the listener and promote sleep. Some studies have even suggested that pink noise can improve sleep quality and increase the amount of deep sleep that a person gets. Overall, pink noise is a good option for those who have trouble falling or staying asleep due to noise or other distractions, as it can help to create a more soothing and restful sleep environment.
Other gentle sounds, such as nature sounds, can also be helpful for sleep. These sounds can be calming and help create a relaxing atmosphere, making it easier to wind down and get a good night's rest. So, if you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, try incorporating our pink noise or other gentle sounds into your bedtime routine. It could make all the difference in getting a good night's rest.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

2 Hours of White Noise

Saturday Mar 30, 2024

Saturday Mar 30, 2024

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2 hours of smoothed white noise for deep sleep. Please follow/subscribe! Listen right here or just ask your smart speaker before bedtime to "Play Sleep Noise Timer Podcast." Thanks for listening!
Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to sleep through the night. White noise is a type of sound that is evenly distributed across all frequencies, making it a popular choice for sleep. It can help block out distractions and create a sense of calm, making it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep. 
Some people find that listening to white noise helps them fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly. In addition, white noise can be helpful for people who have tinnitus, a condition that causes ringing or buzzing in the ear, as it can help to cover up these distracting sounds. Overall, white noise can be a useful tool for promoting a good night's rest.
Other gentle sounds, such as nature sounds, can also be helpful for sleep. These sounds can be calming and help create a relaxing atmosphere, making it easier to wind down and get a good night's rest. So, if you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, try incorporating our white noise or other gentle sounds into your bedtime routine. It could make all the difference in getting a good night's rest.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

8 Hours of Brown Noise

Sunday Mar 24, 2024

Sunday Mar 24, 2024

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8 hours of brown noise for sleep. Please follow/subscribe! Listen right here or just ask your smart speaker before bedtime to "Play Sleep Noise Timer Podcast." Thanks for listening!
Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to sleep through the night or during nap time. Brown noise is a type of sound that is similar to white noise, but with a lower frequency. Some people find that listening to brown noise before going to sleep can help them fall asleep more quickly and stay asleep longer. This is because brown noise can help to mask other sounds that might be present in the environment, such as traffic or a partner's snoring, which can make it difficult to fall asleep.
In addition to masking background noise, brown noise may also help to slow down brain activity, which can promote relaxation and make it easier to fall asleep. The lower frequency of brown noise is also thought to be closer to the natural frequency of the human brain, which can make it more calming and soothing than other types of noise.
Some people may find other types of noise, such as white noise or pink noise, sounds more soothing. It's always good idea to try different type of noise to see what works best for you.
Other gentle sounds, such as nature sounds, can also be helpful for sleep. These sounds can be calming and help create a relaxing atmosphere, making it easier to wind down and get a good night's rest. So, if you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, try incorporating our brown noise or other gentle sounds into your bedtime routine. It could make all the difference in getting a good night's rest.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

10 Hours of Rain

Sunday Mar 10, 2024

Sunday Mar 10, 2024

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10 hours of gentle rain for deep sleep. Please follow/subscribe! Listen right here or just ask your smart speaker before bedtime to "Play Sleep Noise Timer Podcast." Thanks for listening!
Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to sleep through the night - the sound of rain can be remarkably beneficial for enhancing sleep quality and promoting relaxation. Rainfall produces a natural, rhythmic white noise that has a calming effect on the mind and body, making it an excellent tool for aiding sleep. The gentle patter of raindrops creates a consistent and predictable auditory environment, masking disruptive sounds from the surroundings and reducing the likelihood of disturbances that might otherwise interrupt sleep. This continuous sound helps to create a sense of familiarity and security, allowing the brain to disengage from stressors and worries, ultimately leading to a more peaceful and restful slumber.
Additionally, the sound of rain triggers a psychological response that is deeply rooted in our evolutionary history. Human beings have evolved in environments where rainfall was a regular occurrence, signifying safety and abundance. As a result, the sound of rain taps into our primal instincts, subconsciously signaling to the brain that it's a time for rest and restoration. This innate connection to the rain's sound can help lower the body's stress hormone levels, such as cortisol, while simultaneously promoting the release of relaxation-inducing neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin. Consequently, the act of listening to rain becomes more than just an auditory experience; it becomes a powerful method for aligning the body with its natural circadian rhythms, ultimately facilitating a deeper and more rejuvenating sleep.
In a world characterized by constant stimulation and digital distractions, the simple act of immersing oneself in the sound of rain offers a tranquil escape. The rhythmic and repetitive nature of raindrops creates a meditative ambiance that encourages the mind to unwind and wander, gradually leading to a state of relaxation conducive to falling asleep. Unlike jarring noises or sudden disruptions, the sound of rain is consistent and non-intrusive, allowing the brain to gradually drift into a state of tranquility. This process is akin to mindfulness meditation, where the focus on a single, soothing stimulus—like rain—dissolves racing thoughts and encourages a sense of presence. By creating this mental space, listening to rain becomes a powerful tool for unwinding the mind, releasing tension, and inviting a deep and fulfilling sleep experience.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

8 Hours of Green Noise

Wednesday Feb 21, 2024

Wednesday Feb 21, 2024

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8 hours of green noise to help you drift off to sleep. Please follow/subscribe! Listen right here or just ask your smart speaker before bedtime to "Play Sleep Noise Timer Podcast." Thanks for listening!
Green noise, often described as a constant sound with equal energy per octave, has gained popularity as a soothing background for those seeking a restful night's sleep. Its benefits are numerous and scientifically supported. Firstly, green noise acts as a natural sleep aid by masking disruptive sounds in the environment. Unlike sudden and jarring noises, green noise's consistent and balanced spectrum of frequencies provides a gentle auditory backdrop, helping individuals stay asleep or fall asleep more easily. This is particularly beneficial for light sleepers or those living in noisy urban areas, as it creates a tranquil auditory environment conducive to deep rest.
Green noise has been found to have a calming effect on the nervous system. Its steady and predictable pattern of sound can help reduce anxiety and stress levels, which are often culprits behind sleep disturbances. As it promotes relaxation, green noise can lower heart rate and blood pressure, making it a valuable tool for individuals who struggle with insomnia or experience high levels of nighttime stress. This soothing auditory experience can induce a state of relaxation, paving the way for a more peaceful and rejuvenating night's sleep.
In addition, green noise offers cognitive benefits that extend beyond sleep. Research suggests that exposure to green noise can enhance cognitive performance, including memory consolidation and problem-solving abilities. These improvements are thought to result from the noise's ability to promote stable and undisturbed sleep, allowing the brain to undergo essential processes related to memory and learning. Incorporating green noise into your sleep routine not only aids in achieving a better night's sleep but can also lead to improved daytime cognitive function and overall well-being.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

1 Hour of Brown Noise

Thursday Feb 08, 2024

Thursday Feb 08, 2024

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1 hour of brown noise for sleep, study, or focus. Please follow/subscribe! Listen right here or just ask your smart speaker before bedtime to "Play Sleep Noise Timer Podcast." Thanks for listening!
Perfect for adults, kids, or babies to sleep through the night or during nap time. Brown noise is a type of sound that is similar to white noise, but with a lower frequency. Some people find that listening to brown noise before going to sleep can help them fall asleep more quickly and stay asleep longer. This is because brown noise can help to mask other sounds that might be present in the environment, such as traffic or a partner's snoring, which can make it difficult to fall asleep.
In addition to masking background noise, brown noise may also help to slow down brain activity, which can promote relaxation and make it easier to fall asleep. The lower frequency of brown noise is also thought to be closer to the natural frequency of the human brain, which can make it more calming and soothing than other types of noise.
Some people may find other types of noise, such as white noise or pink noise, sounds more soothing. It's always good idea to try different type of noise to see what works best for you.
Other gentle sounds, such as nature sounds, can also be helpful for sleep. These sounds can be calming and help create a relaxing atmosphere, making it easier to wind down and get a good night's rest. So, if you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, try incorporating our brown noise or other gentle sounds into your bedtime routine. It could make all the difference in getting a good night's rest.
Sweet dreams!
DISCLAIMER: Do not turn the volume up so high that you are unable to have a regular conversation. Loud sounds can potentially damage your hearing. While listening, make sure the sound is at a reasonable volume. Do not place speakers next to a child's ears. If you have difficulty hearing or hear ringing in your ears, please immediately discontinue listening and consult an audiologist or physician.

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Sleep Noise Timer

Some people find that listening to white noise, brown noise, and pink noise helps them fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly. In addition, white noise can be helpful for people who have tinnitus, a condition that causes ringing or buzzing in the ear, as it can help to cover up these distracting sounds. Overall, various sleep noises can be a useful tool for promoting a good night's rest.

Other gentle sounds, such as nature sounds, can also be helpful for sleep. These sounds can be calming and help create a relaxing atmosphere, making it easier to wind down and get a good night's rest. So, if you're having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, try incorporating our white noise or other gentle sounds into your bedtime routine. It could make all the difference in getting a good night's rest.

Sweet dreams!

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