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5 Audio Experiences to Help Lull You to Sleep

By Stacey Nash
December 29, 2022

When it comes to falling asleep, some of us might not have the healthiest habits to ease our minds and bodies into slumber. Whether you like to scroll on your phone until your eyelids feel heavy or keep the TV on so long that late-night infomercials start to blend with your dreams, there are many ways we can inadvertently sabotage our sleep quality.

A blaring TV and the blue light from our devices are obvious enemies of sleep, but there's one tool you can use to fight back: audio storytelling. From music and audiobooks to podcasts specifically designed to help you fall asleep, there are a variety of options that will help you transform your bedtime routine for the better. Take a look at five of our favorites below.

Get Sleepy

If you’re someone who likes to fall asleep with the TV on but you’re looking for something a little less stimulating and a lot more sleep-inducing, try the Get Sleepy podcast. Each episode is 40 to 60 minutes long and will take you on a relaxing journey that ultimately ends in shuteye.