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Relaxing playlists on Spotify

Perfect before bedtime and for wind down moods.

Tailor-made for a good night sleep, try it out now.

Do you have problem with sleep, sleep deprivation or insomnia? 

Our mission is to bring you the best soothing sounds every night so you can get your sleep cycle back in sync. Getting a good night sleep is key to performing at your best during the next day.

Sleep deprivation has become a world wide health epidemic and the importance of good quality sleep has never been more important.

Why Is Sleep Important?

Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life.

During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain your physical health. For example, sleep is involved in healing and repair of your heart and blood vessels. In children and teens, sleep also helps support growth and development.

Studies show that a good night's sleep improves learning.

Sleep also helps you pay attention, make decisions, and be creative

The damage from sleep deficiency can occur in an instant (such as a car crash), or it can harm you over time. For example, ongoing sleep deficiency can raise your risk for some chronic health problems. It also can affect how well you think, react, work, learn, and get along with others.

Relaxing Rain Sounds

DO YOU STRUGGLE WITH A NON CONSISTENT SLEEP ROUTINE?

Yes, we know the feeling. That’s why we made the platform ASMR Sleep Triggers. As a former insomnia patient the founder of ASMR Sleep Triggers struggled with sleep and decided to find a cure that worked.

Our sleep playlists uses nature's own ancient sleeping machine. The sound of rain, ocean waves, waterfalls, ambient nature sounds etc. And our “Sleep Meditation Podcast” is tailor-made for soothing bedtime moods and are recorded by us around the world.

WHAT IS ASMR?

ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) is the term for the sensation people get when they listen to stimulating content. How ASMR works varies greatly from person to person. Many people describe the feeling as “tingles” that run through the back of someone’s head and spine. Others say the feeling is deeply relaxing, and can even cause them to fall asleep.

How Much Sleep Do You Need?

Newborns (0-3 months ): Sleep range, 14-17 hours each day.

Infants (4-11 months): Sleep range, 12-15 hours.

Toddlers (1-2 years): Sleep range, 11-14 hours.

Preschoolers (3-5): Sleep range, 10-13 hours.

School age children (6-13): Sleep range, 9-11 hours.

Teenagers (14-17): Sleep range, 8-10 hours.

Younger adults (18-25): Sleep range, 7-9 hours.

Adults (26-64): Sleep range. 7-9 hours

Recommendations from www.sleepfoundation.org

 RELAXING RAIN SOUNDS

DO YOU STRUGGLE WITH A NON CONSISTENT SLEEP ROUTINE?

Yes, we know the feeling. That’s why we made the platform ASMR Sleep Triggers. As a former insomnia patient the founder of ASMR Sleep Triggers struggled with sleep and decided to find a cure that worked.

Our sleep playlists uses nature's own ancient sleeping machine. The sound of rain, ocean waves, waterfalls, ambient nature sounds etc. And our “Sleep Meditation Podcast” is tailor-made for soothing bedtime moods and are recorded by us around the world.

Get your quality sleep right tonight, open our Rain Sounds playlist on Spotify.

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TAILOR-MADE FOR QUALITY SLEEP. TRY OUR UPCOMING APP FOR FREE. 

The sound engineering team behind ASMR Sleep Triggers are at the moment developing a new sleep meditation app for iPhone (iOS).

TESTIMONIALS

FEEDBACK FROM THE "SLEEP MEDITATION PODCAST" BY ASMR SLEEP TRIGGERS

- You have saved me from so many nights of insomnia; I can’t thank you enough for what you do!
— Ellen (33), US
- Love this podcast-very helpful in tuning out noise and distractions! Thank you!
— Karen (45), US
- This help me so much to sleep :)
— Mike (25), UK
- You guys are awesome.
— Paul (37) Germany
- Bravo, very nice and original podcasts.
— Shara (29), US

 Jet Lag Recovery

Long travel? Open Spotify playlist now and recover from Jet Lag faster.

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A curated Spotify playlist of calm nature sounds for deep sleep.

Tailor-made for jet lag, safe travel

What is Jet Lag?

Jet lag, also known as time zone change syndrome or desynchronosis, occurs when people travel rapidly across time zones or when their sleep is disrupted, for example, because of shift work. It is a physiological condition that results from a disruption in the body's circadian rhythms, also known as the body clock.

Your circadian rhythm is an ingrained biological clock that regulates periods of sleep and wakefulness. The circadian rhythm also influences other biological factors such as body temperature, times for eating, and the regulation of certain hormones. These functions are calibrated by a group of cells called the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) located in the hypothalamus.

The SCN is connected to the optic nerves and senses changes in daylight that help it regulate certain functions of the body. It uses the presence (or lack) of daylight as it's primary measurement in balancing these functions. It tells us that when there is daylight, that it's time to be awake, and when it is dark, it's time to be asleep. Your circadian rhythm is set to match the environment in which you live in.

When traveling long distances over short periods of time, your circadian rhythm is slow to adjust to the new cycles of daylight and darkness. Your body wants to sleep when it's night back home, and to be awake when it's daytime back home. Jet lag manifests when your internal clock is out of sync with your current location's external clock.

10 tips for better sleep

1. Stick to a consistent sleep routine and calm down before bedtime. Go to bed at the same time each night and wake up at the same time each morning. Set an alarm clock 30 min before bedtime. Turn down the lights, listen to relaxing music or nature sounds. A set sleep routine will "train" you to fall asleep and wake up more easily.

2. Use the bed only for sleep and sex (not for work or TV).

3. Cut down on caffeine. For some people, a single cup of coffee in the morning means a sleepless night. Caffeine can also increase the need to urinate during the night.

4. Be physically active. Regular aerobic exercise like walking, running, or swimming provides three important sleep benefits: you'll fall asleep faster, attain a higher percentage of restorative deep sleep, and awaken less often during the night.

5. Limit daytime naps. Prolonged napping can disrupt your natural sleep cycle and prevent you from feeling tired enough to fall asleep.

6. If you use tobacco in any form, quit. Nicotine makes it harder to fall asleep.

7. Use alcohol cautiously. Alcohol depresses the nervous system, so a nightcap may help some people fall asleep. But this effect disappears after a few hours and may even lead to waking up throughout the night. Alcohol can also worsen snoring and other sleep breathing problems.

8. Improve your sleep surroundings. Remove the television, telephone, and any other devices from the bedroom. This reinforces the idea that this room is meant for sleeping. An ideal environment is quiet, dark, and relatively cool, with a comfortable bed and minimal clutter.

9. If you're still awake after about 20 minutes in bed, get up and read awhile to relax. Otherwise, you'll set yourself up for tossing and turning.

10. Try to avoid taking sleeping pills. If you do take a prescription sleep medicine, work with your doctor to use it effectively and for as short a time as possible.

 

Sleep Duration Recommendations

Recommendations from www.sleepfoundation.org // Newborns (0-3 months ): Sleep range, 14-17 hours each day. Infants (4-11 months): Sleep range, 12-15 hours. Toddlers (1-2 years): Sleep range, 11-14 hours. Preschoolers (3-5): Sleep range, 10-13 hours. School age children (6-13): Sleep range, 9-11 hours. Teenagers (14-17): Sleep range, 8-10 hours. Younger adults (18-25): Sleep range, 7-9 hours. Adults (26-64): Sleep range. 7-9 hours
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