What makes the Glow Dreaming sound function different to other sound machines?

Glow Dreaming emits a sound called Slow Wave Sleep Sound Therapy which is based on the Pink Noise sound spectrum. This is the sound frequency that naturally occurs in nature. It is the sound you hear in waterfalls, thunder, and heavy rain. It is a deeper sound than what you hear with white noise and it performs a different function. Regular white noise machines only block background noise but do not actually help you go to sleep.

Slow Wave Sleep Sound Therapy doesn’t just block out background sounds but it works to relax and calm the mind. It actually helps us fall asleep and studies have shown it actively gets us into a deeper better sleep.

Is the Sound Too Loud for My Child?

Glow Dreaming’s maximum volume setting is 70 decibels this is the loudest safe setting for developing hearing. Anything 80 decibels and over can actually damage your child’s hearing so please be wary of this. Your child’s safety is our primary concern.

Who Created the Pink Noise?

The Glow Dreaming Slow Wave Sleep Sound has been developed by the world’s leading sound specialist Dr Stéphane Pigeon.

Who Is Dr Stéphane Pigeon?

Dr Pigeon was a Researcher at the Royal Military Academy Belgian Defense, sound designer for Roland Corp, Belgian delegate at the Speech and Language Technology Research Group for NATO, and Invited Professor at Collège Belgique Académie Royale des Sciences amongst other things.

Dr Stéphane Pigeon is also the man who created the sound file for the new Glow Dreaming. Dr Stéphane Pigeon has created this sound in a rhythm and timing so that it helps cause drowsiness and gets us to that magical state of sleep called Slow Wave Sleep. Not only that but you can choose from three pre-set volumes to meet your specific needs.

The Glow Dreaming sound function will run indefinitely until switched off unless set to the timing function. The timing function is for the whole machine and can be set to 2h or 4hours. 

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