I'm blessed in that this is not an issue for me, but there are plenty of people out there who have trouble shutting down their brain and getting a good night's sleep. Does that sound familiar to you? The album is called "Sleep Better" created by sleep coach Tom Middleton. When played an hour before bed, this album helps the brain switch to off mode and prepare it for sleep. These soundscapes are designed help the mind and body "decelerate through rhythmic entrainment and exposure to psychoacoustic ambient sounds, techniques which have been shown to reduce heart, respiratory rate and even lower blood pressure." Tom Middleton, the sleep coach who created the album, intends for sleep to be something every can access. Sound like something you need? Come by their download page and purchase this sleep album today.
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I never really thought much of a Bluetooth speaker until I got the chance to review one. So, this is a really great little speaker. If you happen to have a smartphone or tablet and want to listen to music loudly wherever you are, than you need to get this. I haven't used a Bluetooth speaker before, so I really don't have anything to compare it to. Here's a few of my thoughts and observations: 1) It's very compact, portable and lightweight. It reminds me of the size of a very large stapler. And about the weight of one too. It's a sleek black design and can go along with any location. 2) Relatively Easy to Use I did have to read the instructions to figure out how to get this started, but I did get the hang of it really fast. The only thing that I had a hard time with was figuring out the AUX cable. 3) Works with most any technology. I tried this out with a smartphone (an LG phone) and then two different tablets and the Bluetooth connection was pe