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Rainy Mood

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussions' started by poeticblue, May 30, 2019.

  1. poeticblue

    poeticblue member

    https://www.rainymood.com/

    I’ve posted this link for folks who are a fan of rain and other noises created by nature.

    Although it’s not a problem solver when it comes to sleeping disorders, I’ve used it for quite some time now and hopefully it will help others who have issues going to sleep or staying asleep.

    The reviews are great and I highly suggest it for others.
     
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  2. Kurt

    Kurt Major Contributor

    Thank you PB!

    This may also be helpful.

     
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  3. poeticblue

    poeticblue member

    :p Counting sheep. Of course!
     
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  4. mac

    mac Staff Member

    As a tinnitus sufferer, something occasioned by my acoustic neuroma, I'm a member of the BTA. (https://www.tinnitus.org.uk/)

    A couple of days ago I was leafing through their booklet containing a range of electronic devices that generate various sounds to help mask cripplingly intrusive tinnitus. Many sufferers find sleeping very difficult because in a quiet setting - such as a bedroom - tinnitus is exceedingly difficult to ignore. Falling asleep can be hard, sleep becomes elusive and fragmented, tinnitus sufferers additionally becoming sleep deprived. That then exacerbates the impact of the ever-present tinnitus. It's a vicious circle that's hard to break free from but these electronic sound generators can help.

    For anyone with sleep disorder these devices may bring some relief. Worth trying....
     
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  5. Gabriella

    Gabriella New Member

    I never knew how counting sheep could help you fall asleep. Whenever I tried, it seemed that it kept me awake since I was occupied counting the sheep. It may just me over elaborating the counting of the sheep though :D
     
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  6. ChrisGreece

    ChrisGreece New Member

    i do believe that the best sound to help anybody fall asleep is pink noise.
    https://health.clevelandclinic.org/why-pink-noise-might-just-help-you-get-a-better-nights-sleep/
    http://time.com/4694555/pink-noise-deep-sleep-improve-memory/
    https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2017/03/23/pink-noise-improves-sleep.aspx

    or create your own by downloading free audacity with gpl licence here.
    https://www.audacityteam.org/
    installing and then in the interface Generate Noise Pink ( the duration you want)
    then exporting file .
     
  7. ChrisGreece

    ChrisGreece New Member

    i do believe that imagining that the sheep exist while laying in bed with your eyes closed is a nice form of meditation that relaxes the mind.
    However in this day and age i believe IMHO that sheep cuteness is obsolete. Now with the internet cute puppies and funny cats are better than sheep.
     
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  8. poeticblue

    poeticblue member

    We’ve never heard of pink noise :)

    *Edit, Gabby just searched it up and told me it’s what babies usually fall asleep to like a lullaby. Interesting.

    In any event, goodnight folks.
     
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  9. Luna

    Luna New Member

    Rainy mood is so lovely, poeticblue. They have a lot of these on YouTube as well, although an app sounds more convenient. Many people love splicing the sound of rain to Yiruma's piano
    pieces.



    We actually have a noise machine in our room that allows you to select from various nature sounds and even white noise. We always use the thunderstorm :)
     
  10. poeticblue

    poeticblue member

    Aww thanks for sharing that. I heard there was a sad story behind the amazon box in the video. Apparently he was dropped and then adopted another box as a child that was abandoned. Very cute but kind of sad at the same time.
     
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