If you’ve read my post about things that keep me awake at night, you’ll know that I have a terrible time getting to sleep, so when FadeAway Sleep Sounds asked me if I would like to try out a few of their white noise tracks to try and get a better nights sleep, I obviously said yes. Well, i’ve been using them to get to sleep for a while now, and I thought I would tell you what I think of them.
For anyone who doesn’t know, FadeAway Sleep Sounds was created by a couple who had an incredibly hard time trying to get their two children to sleep. After countless nights of no sleep, they realised that certain sounds like running water, and the sound of a hair dryer, helped their children drift off to sleep a lot easier and quicker, so they set about creating a range of different sounds to help other parents also get a good nights sleep for their adorable bundles of joy. They however soon realised that this concept would also work well with adults as well as children, so they again set about creating a range of sounds that would also help adults fall asleep too, so that everyone could get a good nights sleep.
For the adults that can’t sleep, FadeAway Sleep Sounds offer two different collections of white noise tracks. The first is their Nature Sounds, which as you can guess is a range of nature sounds like rushing water, and storm sounds, and the second is their Life Sounds, these are sounds that are familiar to us all like the sound of a fan, or a train going down the tracks. They will also be launching a third collection, their Musical sounds collection, on the 5th December. Whatever kind of sounds you like, FadeAway Sleep Sounds has something that is sure to help you drift off to the land of nod.
FadeAway Sleep Sounds very kindly sent me their Rushing River Sounds, and Rolling Thunder Rain Storms from their Nature Sounds collection, their Train On The Tracks, and Sprinkler Sounds from their Life Sounds collection, and their Seaside Serenity, and Stormy Slumber from their upcoming Musical collection.
Rushing River Sounds is incredibly true to life, and sounds exactly as if you’re stood next to a rushing river. It actually reminds me of when I used to walk along Skipton Canal with my grandparents, and sit and listen to the Canal boats go past, as we had Fish & Chips from Bizzie Lizzie’s Fish & Chip Shop.
Rolling Thunder Rain Storms, is again incredibly true to life, as it sounds exactly like when i’ve left my window open, and it’s pouring down with rain outside, while thunder is striking in the distance. I actually find this strangely quite comforting.
Train On The Tracks does sound a little strange, but it again sounds incredibly true to life. It actually reminds me of when me and Jamie were travelling back from London late at night, and the compartment of the Train was completely empty.
Sprinkler Sounds, again sounds extremely true to life, well at least I think it does, as I can’t recall ever actually hearing a Sprinkler. It does however remind me of when I walk through Victoria Leeds, and walk past their massive fountain that they have.
Seaside Serenity, is great, as it reminds me of when i’m at the Beach, and I stumble on a nice quiet spot that I can just sit down, relax, and take in the sounds of my surroundings with.
Stormy Slumber, is basically the opposite of Seaside Serenity, as it’s a little more on the moody side. It actually reminds me of when i’m out at about eight o’clock at night, and i’m just popping to the shops, and everywhere is extremely quiet.
I was a little apprehensive as to whether or not listening to a track of running water, or a train going down a track would actually help me drift off to sleep, but strangely they do. The water sounds do make me need to use the bathroom every so often, and the train on the tracks sound did take a little getting used to, but all of these interesting sounds made a person who has real trouble getting to sleep, have a great nights sleep.
Overall I would have to rate the FadeAway Sleep Sounds collection of white noise tracks, a nine point five out of ten. I love the fact that a track of general every day noise helps me fall asleep. As I said, the water noises do make me need to use the bathroom, and the train noise did sound strange at first, but overall i’m extremely impressed that they managed to make me fall asleep.
If you would like to find out more about FadeAway Sleep Sounds, or if you would like to get a better nights sleep by using FadeAway Sleep Sounds for yourselves, then you can check out FadeAway Sleep Sounds online here.
I was very kindly sent a selection of tracks from FadeAway Sleep Sounds to review, but all thoughts, opinions, and general ramblings are my own.
Have you tried FadeAway Sleep Sounds’ range of white noise tracks? What did you think? What do you do when you can’t sleep? Please let me know down below.
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