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Trouble Sleeping? Bedphones May Be The Answer

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

So I often have a had time falling asleep, and then staying asleep. The smallest noises wake me up. So I sleep with a sound machine. But when I travel, that doesn't always work for me. And yes, I have an app on my phone. But, Hubby complains because he prefers not to hear ocean waves. I know, ridiculous right? Who doesn't like to hear the ocean? :)

So I introduce to you... the Bedphones Sleep Headphones. Could this be a solution to my problem? I think it just might be.

First of all, the reason I'm mentioning traveling is well.... I'm not really sure just how many local races (#WillRun4IceCream) I'm going to be doing this year. So I'm looking at maybe traveling a little to do some races. Nothing concrete yet, still healing from this injury, so my race schedule is a big question mark. But Hubby and I were looking at some possible races I may do this Spring, and they will require a little travel.

I've tried sleeping with regular headphones, and they were really painful. My ears were sore for days after sleeping with hard plastic headphones. But with the Bedphones Sleep Headphones, they are soft and stay on the outside of your ear. The cord wraps around to help keep the headphones in place. My ears are small, and I had a little trouble with getting the cords to tighten enough to keep the headphones in place. But even when they slipped, I was able to still hear my music. And it was still much more comfortable than regular headphones.

Also, there is a cool app that I downloaded (for free) for my iPhone. I can pause the music from the app. It also comes with a nice carrying case.

So yeah, looks like when I'm not using these at home, I will hopefully be packing them with my running gear for some upcoming Spring races. Stay tuned!

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  1. Any update on how these bedphones are going for you?

    1. The last I wore them they were doing great. I don't wear them often though since Hubby's snoring is better :)


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