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  • Dull stories for sound sleep
  • Dull stories for sound sleep
    Joe St. Pierre, Creative Commons (2015) ©

Sleep With Me: monotonous podcasts to help you nod off

Many Americans struggle to wind down at the end of the day, with one in three getting less than seven hours of shut-eye each night. But there are better ways to doze off than counting sheep. Sleep With Me is a purposefully dull podcast that sends listeners to sleep before they can finish an episode.

Location North America / Global

Spending a night tossing and turning, hoping for a bit of shut-eye is an experience that ranges from being slightly bothersome to downright excruciating, and the resulting lack of sleep can lead to serious health issues. It’s a common problem for many people; an estimated 40 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders annually, and 40% report having some level of sleep deprivation. [1][2]

As with many commonplace ailments, there are numerous drugs on the market to combat the issue, but alternative methods exist for those who’d prefer not to use pharmaceutical aids for their ...



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