Sleeptracks is a neat little gadget recommended to me by a friend. You might have read elsewhere online or in this blog a little bit about it. In this Sleeptracks review, I’ll let you know what I’ve found about Sleeptracks. The information here is garnered from personal experience, and I can tell you right off the bat that if you have trouble sleeping, Sleeptracks is a great option when compared to sleeping pills (which are dangerous and have awful side effects). Here’s what you need to know:
Based on Brainwave Entrainment
Look at the website for Sleeptracks, and you’ll find that they’re based on brainwave entrainment. Essentially, this is a scientifically studied way to get your brainwaves to synchronize with outside stimuli. You can use brainwave entrainment to bring your brain into pretty much any state that you want, but it’s particularly helpful for inducing sleep.
You see, your sleep cycles are ultimately controlled by your brain – although these cycles also have a lot to do with light-dark patterns in nature, your personality, your hormones, and other factors. Ultimately, your brain needs to switch from waking mode to sleeping mode in order for you to fall asleep. What’s more, your brain needs to go through three different patterns during sleep – alpha, delta, and REM – for you to have a full, healthy, refreshing night’s sleep.
I’d like you to know that Sleeptracks is based on the latest cutting-edge brainwave entrainment technology, which is proven to help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and get a better night’s sleep – depending on your needs.
How it Works
There are a couple of different types of brainwave entrainment, but Sleeptracks uses the aural type rather than the visual type. This is actually great because you don’t need any fancy, expensive machines to make it work. You just need the CDs (or digital audio files) and something to play them on (like a CD player, iPad, iPod, or iPhone) while you’re trying to fall asleep. Just listen to the combination of beats so that your brainwaves automatically synchronize themselves into sleep.
One of the best things about Sleeptracks that I’ll mention in this review is that there are several different options with this product. It’s great because it means you can choose the track that’s right for you.
The first is the Insomnia Buster, which is a twenty-five minute track for people who just can’t sleep. This track is actually for listening to during the day so that your brain becomes retrained into proper patterns so you can fall asleep more easily at night. The second option, Fall Asleep, is another short track meant to help you fall asleep within minutes. The Whole Night track is also great. It helps you sleep more deeply and fully during the night by keeping your brain moving in its natural ninety-minute cycles for the whole night.
I like that there are so many options with Sleeptracks because it allows you to customize your experience to just what you need it to be.
I know from personal friends of mine who have struggled with insomnia for years – or even decades – have been greatly helped by Sleeptracks. I wasn’t one of those insomniacs, though. Actually, I only had a few months of chronic sleeplessness due to some stresses in my personal and professional life. Still, even a few months of sleeplessness was way too much.
When I came across Sleeptracks, I decided to try it because I was getting desperate. Well, I tried it, and holy crap it actually worked. The main reason I wanted to write this Sleeptracks review was that I have found it to be the most helpful non-drug product on the market, and I even like its effects better than those of the prescription sleeping pills I tried for a few weeks. Now, my brain is retrained and most nights, I don’t need the Sleeptracks anymore to get to sleep. But now I’m so much less anxious about sleeping because I know that if I have trouble sleeping, my Sleeptracks will be there on my iPod.
If you already have an iPad, iPod, or iPhone, make sure to get the digital audio session instead of the physical CDs, so that you won’t have to wait for shipping. You can download the digital audio MP3s to your computer instantly, and then transfer them to your iPod. I always sleep with my iPod under my pillow, because it’s sturdier than my MacBook, and I never have to worry about rolling over and crushing my MacBook in the middle of a dream.
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