What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Sleep Headphones Bluetooth Sleeping Headband – V 5.0 Sleeping Headphones Music Headband, Ultra-Soft Headphone Headband for Side Sleepers, Sleeping Gifts for Men Women?

A total of 12 reviews of this product on Reddit.

3 points

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8th Jun 2021

Sleep Headphones Bluetooth Sleeping Headband – V 5.0 Sleeping Headphones Music Headband, Ultra-Soft Headphone Headband for Side Sleepers, Sleeping Gifts for Men Women https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0852W5RR2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_MH535A4SFHCD0W242C4Q?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

I use these to listen to audiobooks to help me fall asleep

2 points

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20th Oct 2020

These are the ones I got they’re pretty good albeit I do need to charge them every couple days

Edit: The power and button module is relatively thick on the front, so if you’re a face down sleeper then it’ll be rubbish. But if like me you sleep on side/back then it works really well.

1 point

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6th Nov 2021

I don’t know how much it would help, but I’d recommend sleepphones, and perhaps a sleep podcast.

I use these headphones at night — they’re a headband with a flat speaker, so comfortable at night.

Then I queue up several episodes of the “Sleep with Me” podcast. What I’m wondering is if you have something to occupy your thoughts, and not music which I know can be fairly easy to ignore especially if you’re familiar with it, then perhaps you won’t be triggered as much. There are other podcasts out there, where people read books, etc., and that might give you something to concentrate on.

1 point

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25th Sep 2021

What is the living situation? Are sharing a dorm room with her? Or is this some kind of apartment? Is she your only roommate? For example, if there is another roommate(s), could you switch the room pairings?

The other thing I’d suggest is sleepphones. These are head bands with flat speakers in them, made for sleeping. I don’t have misophonia (my daughter does) but I use them and they’re pretty comfortable. They aren’t noise canceling, but you might be able to listen to white noise, or another color noise, or music or even a podcast to drown out/cover the noise your roommate makes. If you don’t like that, maybe a white noise generator?

These are the sleepphones I use.

1 point

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6th Sep 2021

Have you tried sleepphones? There are different types on Amazon, but basically they are flat speakers in a head band, designed for you to sleep with them on. I have an old pair of Sleepphones (the brand, which are kind of pricey), and one speaker is dead but I’m using them (not for misophonia, just for comfort) until my new (cheaper) set arrives.

Here’s the pair I ordered.

My daughter doesn’t have issues with snoring, but she’s found that brown noise drowns out the sounds that bother her, far better than white noise. Maybe you could experiment with the different colors of noise, one might do better for you. I know of brown, white, pink, purple, and I think gray, and I imagine there are others. She plays the noise from YouTube, or there are apps.

Also, I imagine your parent thinks snoring is no big deal, but you might suggest they get checked for sleep apnea. My husband snored for a while, as did his parents, but a few years ago it was getting bad — he wasn’t sleeping well, getting up several times a night for the bathroom, was tired and irritable — and it was sleep apnea. He got a CPAP machine which he uses every night, and sleeps way better. Plus there’s almost no snoring.

1 point

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29th Mar 2021

i got something similar to this from typo before. like a headband but with speakers in the ear part. maybe can try playing white noise. i used it to play music before i sleep.

1 point

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10th Sep 2020

don’t do it!

Is your helmet “audio ready” (pouch inside the ear cups)? get a 20 dollar “Bluetooth audio fitness headband”, remove headband, put the speakers inside your helmet and you are good to go.

https://www.amazon.com/Sleep-Headphones-Bluetooth-Headband-Wireless-Headband-Perfect/dp/B0852W5RR2

1 point

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21st Oct 2021

I use these headphones made for sleeping. They’re a headband with flat speakers that go over your ears, and are generally pretty comfortable.

Previously I used these Acoustic Sheep Sleepphones, which are even flatter, but they’re more expensive. I did use them for three or four years, but didn’t want to spend that to replace them so went with the ones above.

1 point

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19th Oct 2021

I don’t have misophonia, but I use these sleep headphones at night. It’s a headband with flat speakers, and it’s pretty comfortable. These are the ones I’m using now.

Prior to this, I had Acoustic Sheep Sleepphones, which are good and even flatter than the ones I have now, however they are kind of pricey.

Neither of these are noise canceling, but I’ve found them to be comfortable to sleep in. I personally listen to the Sleep with Me podcast to go sleep, not sure if that might help you or not.

1 point

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21st Sep 2021

You’re welcome! This is the one I have, if you’re not in the UK your own Amazon or similar will have them I’m sure 🙂 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0852W5RR2

1 point

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12th Sep 2021

First off, try taking a deep, calming breath. You’re not an asshole, and you’re not making anything up. Misophonia is a real condition. Unfortunately there isn’t a cure, but you can work to manage and cope.

FWIW, this does sound like misophonia. My daughter has been exhibiting similar symptoms for the last few months. Misophonia is kind of new, but seems to have some relationship or correlation to anxiety, and I know my daughter has some anxiety issues. She’s 13 and the start of this school year has been rough.

Here are a couple of articles to give you some info:

What is Misophonia?

10 Things to Remind Yourself When Triggered by Misophonia

Exploring the Amygdala’s Role in Misophonia

There’s more info at that site, I hope some of it helps.

For quick relief, if you can, get some noise-canceling earphones or headphones. My daughter is triggered by eating sounds, and she wears the headphones at meals and listens to brown noise. There’s a rainbow of noises — white, brown, pink, purple and probably more — and she says brown noise works better than white for drowning out those noises. Another color of noise might work better for you.

If you need help at night, look into sleepphones. I have this pair. They aren’t noise-canceling but they fit snugly.

There is help, and I hope you can find it.

1 point

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17th Oct 2020