Reddit Reddit reviews AcousticSheep SleepPhones Classic | Corded Headphones for Sleep, Travel, and More | The Original and Most Comfortable Headphones for Sleeping | Midnight Black - Fleece Fabric (Size M)

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AcousticSheep SleepPhones Classic | Corded Headphones for Sleep, Travel, and More | The Original and Most Comfortable Headphones for Sleeping | Midnight Black - Fleece Fabric (Size M)
The Best Headphones for Sleeping, Relaxation, Meditation, Travel, Tinnitus, And More. SleepPhones are the first and most comfortable headphones for sleeping that have helped more than one million people sleep better.Engineered & Designed for Comfort. The high-quality, ultra-thin flat headphone speakers are comfortable enough to wear while lying down or sleeping on your side. SleepPhones Classic come with a sturdy 48-inch braided cord and a 3.5mm headphone plug. Some devices will need an adapter to be compatible.Natural Sleep Aid Created By A Doctor. A family physician created SleepPhones to help patients fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer without resorting to drugs.Soft, Machine Washable Fabric. The headband is breathable, hypoallergenic, and luxurious. It doubles as an eye mask and is machine washable thanks to removable speakers.Choose Your Size, Fabric, And Color. SleepPhones come in S, M, L. Size Medium, M, is the most common size that fits most people. SleepPhones are available in two types of fabric: warm, soft FLEECE fabric and lightweight, moisture wicking BREEZE fabric.
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47 Reddit comments about AcousticSheep SleepPhones Classic | Corded Headphones for Sleep, Travel, and More | The Original and Most Comfortable Headphones for Sleeping | Midnight Black - Fleece Fabric (Size M):

u/FLOCKA · 13 pointsr/asmr

nice affiliate link, you greedy asshole. I guess you didn't feel the need to mention that?

everyone, here's the version without it:

u/AceTheIceman · 12 pointsr/asmr

It's kind of on my to-do list to order a pair of these and test them out for ASMR. The concept is great I'm just not sure how well the actual product works.

Until I try those, however, I alternate between playing the videos out loud with my phone speakers and using Sennheiser CX 150 earbuds. These earbuds work the best for me because they have a small driver and they fit right into my ear. I'm not a fan of laying on my side for the earbuds to drill into my ears throughout the night, though, so I either lay on my back or pull the earbuds out right as I'm about to fall asleep.

My recommendation? Find some earbuds with small (9mm) drivers that have either either rubber or memory foam tips. If you look for earbuds with small, round housing they shouldn't be too uncomfortable because they'll be able to fit right in your ear.

I wouldn't recommend laying on your side with earbuds in no matter what kind you're using, though. Unless you have a really soft pillow that kind of forms around your ear instead of pressing up against it, your ears will more than likely be a little sore when you wake up. If you can get in the habit of pulling your earbuds out right before you fall asleep (unless that doesn't work for you) you'll be able to fall asleep to ASMR without sacrificing comfort.

u/tminus54321 · 12 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Just found this on amazon. Good reviews. I don't think any earbuds could be comfortable while sleeping. I think this is pretty much the only thing on the market in regards to what you are looking for.

u/TirarADeguello · 10 pointsr/asmr

Sleepphones , they are like a soft cotton headband and so comfortable to sleep with, my son wears them every night to prevent night terrors. Shop around for price but here they are on amazon:

u/dbe7 · 9 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

They make ones that are designed for sleeping. My girlfriend has a pair and she claims they're very comfortable and the sound quality is decent.

Here's an example.

u/DeusoftheWired · 9 pointsr/asmr

OP, you’ve put your Amazon affiliate ID &tag=dian0c-21 into the submission link. Just as you did with the head massager thingie.

Guys, if you want to buy this but not someone else getting a small amount of money for the referer, use this link without any additions:

u/the8bit · 5 pointsr/baseball

Time to invest in something like this. Or be like me and use my full headset in bed. Or watch shit without sound

u/anachronic · 5 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

My pair of Sleephones are one of the best purchases I've ever made... check them out.

u/ikonoclasm · 4 pointsr/askgaybros

I can't sleep if it's too warm, so I'll shower ~2 hours before bed (during which I shave as needed and brush teeth), then reddit/game until I'm about to go to bed. Jerk off 90% of the time, then set the thermostat down, get a glass of water, lay out work clothes for the next day, put on my Sleepphones, then choose the Epic Trance station on the Digitally Imported app. I have a real problem "turning off" my brain when going to sleep, but it turns out repetitive trance music works like a charm. Since discovering this particular combo of headphones and music, I can fall asleep in ~10 minutes, whereas before I'd be lucky to fall asleep in an hour. My quality of sleep has improved significantly as a result.

u/ForteShadesOfJay · 4 pointsr/gadgets

I've used those foam yellows and a more capsule designed orange one. Both stay in all night and I can sleep on my ear without ear pain. I tried the rubber ones and woke up with ear pain. They have headphone bands that you can wear in your sleep.

u/Leprechaun_exe · 4 pointsr/drumcorps

If you're someone who sleeps a lot easier listening to stuff while you sleep, it may be a worthy investment to get a pair of SleepPhones. It's a soft band that can be used as a sleep mask and headphones at the same time. I already had one and brought it to camp cause it was the only mask I had at the time, and I realized it was perfect.

u/exlaxbros · 3 pointsr/WWU

Honestly, with that many people living in such a relatively small space, I don't know if you're going to find any that are "really quiet." I never knew anyone to study in their dorms---everyone went to the library for quiet and focus---as a light sleeper I can sympathize, but I think that's just the reality of dorms. There is an "Honors stack" in Edens North for students in the Honors Program that advertises greater levels of quiet, but I can't speak to it personally.

Count down to living off-campus? It gets better!

Also, my solution as a light sleeper is this paired with this, lets me sleep through the night.

u/TingleTriggers · 3 pointsr/asmr

We like these -

Small plug - We're giving away a pair once our channel hits 250 subscribers (we're at 230 something now) -

u/xamueljones · 3 pointsr/rational

Have you considered wearing something like SleepPhones? It's headphones that are very comfortable to wear and do a good job of insulating outside noise.

u/skysplitter · 2 pointsr/solotravel

I actually started making myself a list since I've upped the amount of travel I've done in the past few years, and have regretted not bringing certain things with me.

  1. Packing cubes. I've had my LL Bean ones for over 10 years and they're still rocking.
  2. In ear headphones, and also "sleep phones" because I have major issues falling asleep and can easily listen to music without stuffing my ears with earbuds.
  3. Sleeping mask.
  4. Power brick/charger for iPhone, iPad, etc.
  5. iPad. If I can travel without my laptop, I do, and I've experimented with bringing/not bringing the iPad, and regret not bringing it every time. I tend to do a lot of looking things up at night to help plan/double check the next day.
  6. My mini first aid/random crap kit in my carry on, which includes hair ties, my in ear headphones, a pen, bandaids, neosporin, nail file, chapstick, antacids, allergy eyedrops, Flonase, and a small pill bottle that has zyrtec, Aleve and Tylenol. TSA has never questioned/counted those things against my liquid allowance.
  7. Apps- with the maps of wherever I'll be already downloaded, and CityMapper for public transit help.

    And I'm putting one of those all-in-one adapters on my Christmas list.
u/super_relaxed_dude · 2 pointsr/self

It's one of many reasons! Speaking of which, I'll make another recommendation. Check out these sleep headphones which are very comfy. I like to listen to relaxation/meditation stuff on Youtube with these while chilling on the bed after work. Or just music. Then you can become super_relaxed_boldbird99 :)

u/guyflannigan · 2 pointsr/tinnitus

I've had tinnitus as long as I can recall. Before I met my wife, I'd always sleep with music on to drown out the T. Well, she doesn't like sleeping with music because it gets her mind going. And she snores terribly loudly which usually prevents me from sleeping.

I picked up a pair of Custom molded earplugs and a set of SleepPhones. Earplugs alone drown out the wife, but makes the T super noticeable. Add the headphones, put on some relaxing classical or simple white noise, turn them up just enough to drown out the tinnitus and I'll pass out no problems.

u/TinyPotatoAttack · 2 pointsr/furry

Try investing in some headphones that are meant for sleep. They sell them online. Like These

u/imoverthese · 2 pointsr/ApplyingToCollege
u/AncientPC · 2 pointsr/funny

Just use a sleep mask.

I actually use these sleep headphones that doubles as headphones and a sleep mask listening to Chapelle/Colbert/Stewart while falling asleep.

u/abbeynormal · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

It's all about sleep hygiene.

1)Turn off the screens 30 to 60 minutes before bed. Do it. No TV, no computer, no smart phone. Switch to activities under soft, warm light to help you wind down.

2) Your bed is for sleep. If you go to bed and if, after about fifteen minutes or so you're still not tired, get up, move to a couch or chair, and do something calming and quiet. Pick up a book, listen to some soft white noise or lyricless music. If you start to get drowsy, try the bed again.

3) These are great. I use them almost every night with soft music or sounds of rainstorms, beaches, etc. They're really comfortable with surprising audio quality.

4)Progressive muscle relaxation has helped me a LOT with anxiety and restlessness before sleep.

5) This is the hardest one: keep a regular sleep schedule. Wake up at around the same time every day. It'll suck for a few days, even a couple of weeks, if you have trouble falling asleep, but your body will learn the schedule.

u/Winters323 · 2 pointsr/headphones

I use these Sleep-Phones. They are set into a stretchy headband and are very comfortable for laying on the side. I use them in bed every night. I have had them so far for two years.

But obviously sound quality isn't going to be that great. It's isn't bad though, just nothing special.

u/efbandersnatch · 2 pointsr/Nightshift

These changed everything for me. I throw on some Afternoon Thunderstorm on repeat on my phone and the alarm plays through the speakers. They also double as a fleece blackout mask. ( sorry for link format, I'm on mobile.)

AcousticSheep SleepPhones Classic (Sleep Headphones) - Black Medium (One Size Fits Most) by AcousticSheep, LLC

u/Cool-Lemon · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

There are headphones that come in headbands like these that would probably be comfortable and stay on:

Otherwise I'd recommend the kind that clip behind your ear too.

u/ADHDMechro · 1 pointr/breakingmom

I ended up getting these without the headband (it was cheaper at the time) and use a cloth headband I have at the house. My husband snores so loud that I put in earplugs then these headphones that are plugged into my phone and play ocean waves on top volume. They are really comfortable, and it's the only way I can sleep in the same room, much less bed, as him. Also, no bits for your son to pull off! 😊

u/Rossoneri · 1 pointr/television

Damn that sucks, well at least you have a situation that sorta works... sometimes

I had some really bad noise issues in my apartment so I tried sleeping with earbuds in a few times. It worked alright, I found they key was to put the wire inside my shit, so I didn't strangle myself. Plus the earbuds let me sleep on my side whereas the my headset was not comfortable at all. Though the only reason that really worked is cause I had an old ipod nano that I put some rain noise on and clipped onto myself.

I've seen these ( mentioned around a few times, but 3.5 stars isn't typically enough for me to want to risk it.

Just some thoughts. Good luck.

u/MightyBeardedOne · 1 pointr/Subliminal

The ones I have are like a headband with thin speakers tucked inside. I can sleep on my side, ear on the pillow and it doesn't bother me.

u/coconutscentedcat · 1 pointr/misophonia

Hmm thanks for the reply. Yea I tried headphones and it's an awful way to sleep. Earphones are ok... but I may try this:

Looks like neat idea.

u/Potaterchips · 1 pointr/asmr

Speaking of headphones; does anyone have experience with this? It looks interesting.

u/m0nkeybl1tz · 1 pointr/GoodValue

These are surprisingly good for $25. Then there are these, which were designed especially for sleeping.

u/PeterPrometheus · 1 pointr/tinnitus

Also These are very handy for sleeping at night if it bothers you when you put your ear down on a pillow.

u/514senica · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

SleepPhones are not BIFL however they fit your request. I have had a pair for several year and they still are working fine.

u/blahbah · 1 pointr/GoodValue

By the way, has anybody tried these? They look comfortable for sleeping, but according to some reviews they fall apart very quick.

u/Bheckler · 1 pointr/asmr

If you like listening in bed, I highly recommend SleepPhones. Super comfy, good quality (sadly not the same as earbuds), and non-tangle cord.

If you have loud neighbors / roommates however, these won't be good enough to block that sound because they're not in-ear

u/Pelagius_III · 1 pointr/LucidDreaming

Been wanting some sleep phones.

u/fabier · 1 pointr/ASUS

Its not a bad machine. I'm not sure what would work well for your use-case though. Gaming laptops get hot and they get loud so they don't light on fire lol.

What I would do is buy your GF a pair of these and then get whatever gaming laptop you want:

Of course you still have the heat issue -- but nothing that a decent lap-desk can't cure.

u/hhhnnnnnggggggg · 1 pointr/sleep

Some fans and then this?

Then listen to youtube channels with whitenoise, twitch streamers, or whatever.

u/scrapcats · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

There's a thing for this!! My stepmom bought me this for Christmas. There's still a cord, but you can tuck it where it won't affect you.

u/galva-glava · 1 pointr/insomnia

I use these earphones:
with music or brown noise.
Works great for me.

u/Necromorphiliac · 1 pointr/gamegrumps

I use SleepPhones, and they're awesome. It's just a headband with soft speakers and you can remove the speakers and wash the headband. I use 'em every night. There's a wireless version, too, but it costs quite a bit more.