Get more zzzz’s with less grrrr.
We all know how important it is to get a good night’s sleep.
But it’s not always easy. We’re fixing that!
Our Sound Blanket app is a no-pill solution for people who struggle with sleep. It uses research-based sound sequences designed to help you get to bed on time, fall asleep faster, and stay asleep longer.
All night. Every night.
Want to get the restorative sleep you need?
What early testers are saying:
Do things that “go bump in the night” always wake you up?
Our brains are wired to listen to the sounds around us for potential dangers while we sleep, but this often works against us, keeping us from getting the rest we need.
Sound Blanket combines sleep science with insights on auditory processing to deliver sounds that work for us, supporting each stage of sleep, so you can get a higher quality of rest all night long.
Getting a good night’s sleep shouldn’t be stressful.
Sound Blanket is a therapeutic tool for improving quality of sleep so that you wake up feeling more alert and refreshed.
Simply set your bedtime and how long you’d like to sleep, and our research-based sequence of sounds will do the rest.
“…create a sound cocoon that might provide a sense of security.” “Sometimes absolute silence can have people listening intently and inhibiting drifting off to sleep.” – Dr. David Neubauer, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
It’s important to practice good sleep hygiene, which means putting yourself in the best position to sleep well by optimizing your sleep schedule, bedtime routine, and sleep environment.
“Sleep is one of the most powerful things you can do for your body. It’s just critical to make that a priority,” – Professor Aric Prather, University of California, San Francisco
A decade ago, high achievers would boast of how little sleep they got as if it were a sign of courage and stamina. That flipped on its head in recent years, with length and quality of sleep the new badge of honor.
Cutting sleep short by even just two to three hours a night over time has been linked to an increased risk of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and premature death.