Bellefonte, PA, March 02, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- National Sleep Awareness Week is slated for March 7-13, 2011 as a way to raise awareness about the importance of getting enough sleep. However, many will spend their nights during that week having difficulty falling sleep. Plus, at the end of the week, we all lose an hour of sleep due to daylight savings time. To give people a natural, drug-free solution to difficulty falling asleep, a family physician in Pennsylvania developed SleepPhones.
The first soft headphones developed specifically for sleeping, the innovative SleepPhones design combines a comfortable fleece headband with thin speakers to enable users to fall asleep to music or sounds of their choice. But do SleepPhones truly work as a comfortable sleep aid? Customers say yes.
Based on their innovative design, Denise Tetreault of Rhode Island bought SleepPhones as a gift to help her husband with sleep issues. “If the product functions according to concept, I'm sold. This product exceeded our expectations,” Tetreault said. “The price is right, quality is excellent, and my husband has been using them for over two years with not one single problem.”
Judy Parsons of Virginia recommends SleepPhones to others as a sleep aid and gave a few reasons why. “I would recommend SleepPhones to anyone who enjoys listening to music while sleeping,” Parsons said. “They are easy to use and the headband washes nicely once you remove the amazingly thin speakers.”
David Harper of Georgia has found that SleepPhones work better than using earbuds for sleep-inducing music. This is because earbuds caused tooth sensitivity due to his temporomandibular joint (TMJ) condition, and SleepPhones do not. “With SleepPhones, no TMJ issues, no tooth sensitivity, and no hard bits of plastic in my ears,” Harper said. “SleepPhones are very comfortable.”
“I'm getting better sleep with the help of SleepPhones than I have had in years,” Harper added.
SleepPhones and related sleep-aid accessories can be purchased at http://www.SleepPhones.com.
AcousticSheep, LLC strives to provide a good night's sleep through its unique products. SleepPhones, pajamas for your ears, were released in August of 2007 as a drug-free solution for better sleep. SleepPhones is an eco-friendly US company. Its headquarters is powered by 100 percent wind energy, and the fleece headbands are made of 88 percent recycled plastic bottles. Learn more at www.SleepPhones.com.
Media contact: Jamie Oberdick at jamie@SleepPhones.com or 814-360-3472
More information for media including high-resolution images can be found at: http://SleepPhones.com/media.