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Let The Wireless MP3 Sound Pillow Lull You Off To Sleep

 

Getting a better night’s sleep has been shown to have many positive effects on our health and wellbeing, but for some people it is a health improvement that is easier said than done.  For those with snoozing issues there are all kinds of sleep enhancing options to try.  Some are effective and others are not.  Also, as with many things in life, what works for one person may not work for the next.  If you are among the people who are lulled to sleep by background music or peaceful sounds then the MP3/iPod Wireless Sound Pillow could be your new best friend.

Instead of having music playing somewhere in your bedroom, you can have the sound coming softly through your pillow via a wireless connection with your iPod, iPhone or other sound source that uses a 3.5 mm audio cable.  The device does require 2 AA batteries.

The great part about this product is that your partner won’t have to be disturbed by the sound, at least that is one of the claims.  Considering that it so often happens that one person loves background noise when falling asleep while his/her partner can’t stand it, this seems like a great selling point. 

Source: Worthy Tips

Comments
Nov 30, 2010
by Anonymous

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That was very informative and well written. Mentioned below is an excerpt of an article on Path breaking inventions.

"Computing started when humans started analyzing based on numbers. In earlier times, people used various methods for the purpose of calculation. For example, papyrus helped early man to record languages and numbers. Later Abacus made of beads took charge as an arithmetic processing device. Since then processing units kept evolving. However, a major breakthrough came when zero and binary system was invented by Indians........

Nov 30, 2010
by Kim Patterson

Thanks

I appreciate your comments and am glad you enjoyed the article.

May 30, 2012
by Anonymous

i invented it

I invented this in 1988, shopped to numerous manufacturers in the US, nobody was interested. Congrats to the guys that got it made, wish it were me!