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Drown out external sounds that might interrupt your sleep using white noise in your bedroom.

White noise can come from:
- Sound machines
- Smartphone apps
- A simple bedroom fan

Sleep soundly with white noise in the bedroom

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By Patrick Murray  |  Dec 27, 2013
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A silent bedroom is not always the best environment for a good night's sleep. Sudden sounds from your home or from outside are more likely to interrupt your sleep when your bedroom is too quiet. 

David Neubauer, MD, a sleep physician at Johns Hopkins, advises his patients to pay attention to the noises in your bedroom. In the video below, he explains how you can improve your sleep with white noise in your bedroom.


1 Comment

  1. 1 Lauren Bateman M.S., R.N. 10 Jan
    Cool reminder, Dr. Neubauer, thank you!

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