Back to school season means back to college too. I know you want to make sure your son or daughter is prepared for anything that college life could throw their way. But what if they have a loud roommate?
Does you child have a loud college roommate?
Whether their returning to college or just starting out, if they’re in a dorm, roommates are a given. When it comes time to study, you want them focused. If they have a loud roommate that may be an issue. I have a solution for that. SleepPhones®. They are thin removable speakers, nestled into a soft headband. You child can listen to music, or lectures, and keep studying without being disturbed by their roomie.
As the name suggests, perfect for sleeping
SleepPhones® are great for sleeping too. Young adults can do them and block out their mate’s loud snoring. Better sleep will help them to be more successful in their classes.
They’re very comfy too. Nothing sticking into the ear makes side sleeping a breeze. SleepPhones® are lightweight, hypoallergenic, and even washable. (The inner headphones can be removed.)
Many types to choose from
SleepPhones® Classic are corded headphones, and have a universal jack for any headphone port. You can also choose from SleepPhones® Simple, which come with seventeen pre-loaded audio tracks. The tracks are binaural beat technology for a deep, restorative sleep. SleepPhones® also comes in Wireless with a Microphone. Listen to anything wirelessly, and even make phone calls or record audio notes. TellyPhones™ allow the wearer to listen to tv or movies, wirelessly, without disturbing anyone else.
What we think
We love them. My son has a pair, and he uses them with a white noise sound machine. He doesn’t wear them just to sleep either. If he’s in depression cycle (he has pediatric bipolar disorder,) he will sit on the couch and play his white noise, while he draws. It helps quiet his mind so he can relax.
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