Buying Guide: This headphone headband wants to cure your insomnia
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Buying Guide: This headphone headband wants to cure your insomnia

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If you have difficulty falling or staying asleep and need some kind of white noise to hit the hay, this innovative headband with comfortable speakers could be the key to a better night of rest. HoomBand is one of the first sleep aid headbands of its kind. Here’s what you need to know:

How It Works

The HoomBand headband is a great alternative to uncomfortable headphones for restless sleepers who need white noise. The band gently wraps around your head and the speakers align with your ears. It’s ultra-thin and non-slip, so you won’t need to adjust it during the night. It can also provide plenty of white noise volume for the wearer, but it won’t disturb your partner even if they’re inches away.

The Perfect White Noise for Sleep

The HoomBand gives you access to 20 hours of guided meditations and hypnotic stories created by hypnotherapists, sleep doctors, and sound designers. HoomBand can also be used with other applications since it works just like a pair of headphones, making it perfect for listening to music or watching movies on your tablet during long flights.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers love this headphone headband, giving it an average of 4.2 out of 5 stars. Restless sleepers said this band helped them relax after a long day at work, fall asleep faster, and stay asleep throughout the night. They loved that they got their white noise fix without disturbing their partners, and found the included sleep-inducing content was a big bonus.

HoomBand Fall Asleep Faster Headphone Headband available from Amazon 

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