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Mon Dec 30, 2019, 09:48 AM

Anyone else play wave music at night?

critical thinking is a cop (@criticalthotcop) Tweeted:
Hope this morning beach scene relaxes you, my pretties. https://t.co/ewcpCtIAjo

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irisblue Dec 2019 OP
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Response to irisblue (Original post)

Mon Dec 30, 2019, 10:01 AM

1. My wife

Has a app on her phone itís called sleep pillow.

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Mon Dec 30, 2019, 11:44 AM

2. thunderstorms work for me when I'm traveling on business....

It relaxes me and I fall asleep easier.

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Mon Dec 30, 2019, 12:17 PM

3. there was a post here the other day about light and sound waves breaking up brain plaques.

light had already been used pretty successfully, so they added sound.
they found a low hertz frequency, at the edge of human hearing, that caused circulation of spinal fluid to ramp up. it cleaned up the garbage.
i immediately thought about this type of app, or white noise machines, adding those tones.

this happens in good rem sleep. seems to me it could be goosed, and tho this was alzheimer's research, i'm assuming it would affect brain health in general.
and damn, do we need more of that.

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Mon Dec 30, 2019, 01:56 PM

4. When studying, writing or reading...

I find that having some rain or a crackling fire or ambient noise from a starship's engines (!) in the background contributes to maintaining focus and energy.
There are literally hundreds of these vids on YouTube.
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