388 episodes

Can't sleep? Try the new sleep app, Slow, here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com
You spend 1/3 of your life sleeping so do it well. Sleep is your superpower.

On this podcast, you will find; Relaxing nature sounds, sleep soundscapes, binaural beats, deep sleep sounds, rain sounds, ocean sounds, ocean waves, white noise machines, thunderstorms, waterfall sounds, baby sleep sounds, tinnitus masker sounds, jungle, forest sounds, relaxing music, and guided sleep meditations.

Feel free to comment your ideas in a review, what type of sleep sound you want to have uploaded to this podcast?

Sleep Meditation Podcast 😴Relaxing Sounds To Helps You Sleep, ASMR Sleep Triggers & Sleep Sound‪s‬ ASMR Sleep Triggers

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.2 • 229 Ratings

Can't sleep? Try the new sleep app, Slow, here: https://sleepmeditationpodcast.com
You spend 1/3 of your life sleeping so do it well. Sleep is your superpower.

On this podcast, you will find; Relaxing nature sounds, sleep soundscapes, binaural beats, deep sleep sounds, rain sounds, ocean sounds, ocean waves, white noise machines, thunderstorms, waterfall sounds, baby sleep sounds, tinnitus masker sounds, jungle, forest sounds, relaxing music, and guided sleep meditations.

Feel free to comment your ideas in a review, what type of sleep sound you want to have uploaded to this podcast?

    RELAXING WIND SOUNDS FOR SLEEP - Feel free to comment on your sound ideas in a review.

    RELAXING WIND SOUNDS FOR SLEEP - Feel free to comment on your sound ideas in a review.

    Feel free to comment on your sound ideas in a review, what type of sleep sound you want to have uploaded to this podcast?

    Get the benefits of good quality sleep, try Slow Sleep App: https://podlink.to/slow-sleep-app

    Get free access to 8-12 hour long sleep episodes here:

    YouTube: https://podlink.to/youtube-long-sleep-playlists

    Spotify: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist  

    Deezer: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist  

    Apple Music: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist

    Are you getting enough sleep at night? According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about 1 in 3 American adults do not get healthy amounts of sleep. This can lead to unhealthy stress that can make the problem even worse.

    How much sleep do I need? How much sleep is recommended? The NIH says adults need 7-8 hours of sleep each night to stay in good mental and physical health, promote quality of life, and avoid an increased risk of injury. They recommend these tips for getting a good night’s sleep:

    How do I know if I'm sleep-deprived? A person who is getting too little quality sleep, six hours or less, may experience a range of symptoms, including; fatigue, irritability, mood changes, difficulty focusing and remembering, and reduced sex drive.

    Signs of sleep deprivation. Feeling drowsy or falling asleep during the day, especially during calm activities like driving, watching TV. Falling asleep within 5 minutes of lying down. Short periods of sleep during waking hours (microsleeps) Needing an alarm clock to wake up on time every day.

    What to do when you can’t sleep? How to sleep better? Getting good quality sleep is all about cultivating good habits. Your internal body clock also aka. your circadian rhythm needs consistency. This podcast is created to help you create good sleep habits. We, therefore, recommend you try using this podcast daily if you feel sleep-deprived or tired during the day.

    Here are 10 easy tips to get more sleep.

    1: Create a daily routine 1 hour before bedtime to help you relax before sleep Set a bedtime alarm and listen to the Sleep Meditation Podcast. Turn off all screens, dim the lights and try to breathe and relax.

    2: Go to bed at the same time each night, and get up at the same time each morning, even on the weekends.

    3: Don't take naps after 3 p.m, and don't nap longer than 20 minutes.

    4: Stay away from caffeine and alcohol late in the day.

    5: Avoid nicotine completely.

    6: Get regular exercise, but not within 2-3 hours of bedtime.

    7: Don't eat a heavy meal late in the day.

    8: Make your bedroom cool, comfortable and dark.

    9: Don’t lie in bed awake. If you can’t fall asleep after 20 minutes, do something calming until you feel sleepy, like reading or listening to nature sounds, binaural beats, delta waves for sleep, rain sounds, ocean sounds, etc.

    10: Talk with a doctor if you continue to have trouble sleeping.

    On this Sleep Podcast you will find:

    Relaxing nature sounds, sleep soundscapes, binaural beats, deep sleep sounds, rain sounds, ocean sounds, ocean waves, white noise machines, thunderstorms, waterfall sounds, baby sleep sounds, tinnitus masker sounds, jungle, forest sounds, relaxing music, and guided sleep meditations.

    We hope this channel will help you with your sleepless nights, insomnia, sleep apnea, sleep paralysis. Use this podcast as your daily sleep podcast and experience the benefits of good quality sleep. We recommend that you talk with a doctor if your sleep doesn't improve.

    Have a relaxing day and sleep well :)

    • 1 hr 11 min
    SOUND WALK by SLOW (Sleep App) - Get your free trial

    SOUND WALK by SLOW (Sleep App) - Get your free trial

    Get the benefits of good quality sleep, try Slow Sleep App: https://podlink.to/slow-sleep-app

    Are you getting enough sleep at night? According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about 1 in 3 American adults do not get healthy amounts of sleep. This can lead to unhealthy stress that can make the problem even worse.

    How much sleep do I need? How much sleep is recommended? The NIH says adults need 7-8 hours of sleep each night to stay in good mental and physical health, promote quality of life, and avoid an increased risk of injury. They recommend these tips for getting a good night’s sleep:

    How do I know if I'm sleep-deprived? A person who is getting too little quality sleep, six hours or less, may experience a range of symptoms, including; fatigue, irritability, mood changes, difficulty focusing and remembering, and reduced sex drive.

    Signs of sleep deprivation. Feeling drowsy or falling asleep during the day, especially during calm activities like driving, watching TV. Falling asleep within 5 minutes of lying down. Short periods of sleep during waking hours (microsleeps) Needing an alarm clock to wake up on time every day.

    What to do when you can’t sleep? How to sleep better? Getting good quality sleep is all about cultivating good habits. Your internal body clock also aka. your circadian rhythm needs consistency. This podcast is created to help you create good sleep habits. We, therefore, recommend you try using this podcast daily if you feel sleep-deprived or tired during the day.

    Here are 10 easy tips to get more sleep.

    1: Create a daily routine 1 hour before bedtime to help you relax before sleep Set a bedtime alarm and listen to the Sleep Meditation Podcast. Turn off all screens, dim the lights and try to breathe and relax.

    2: Go to bed at the same time each night, and get up at the same time each morning, even on the weekends.

    3: Don't take naps after 3 p.m, and don't nap longer than 20 minutes.

    4: Stay away from caffeine and alcohol late in the day.

    5: Avoid nicotine completely.

    6: Get regular exercise, but not within 2-3 hours of bedtime.

    7: Don't eat a heavy meal late in the day.

    8: Make your bedroom cool, comfortable and dark.

    9: Don’t lie in bed awake. If you can’t fall asleep after 20 minutes, do something calming until you feel sleepy, like reading or listening to nature sounds, binaural beats, delta waves for sleep, rain sounds, ocean sounds, etc.

    10: Talk with a doctor if you continue to have trouble sleeping.

    On this Sleep Podcast you will find:

    Relaxing nature sounds, sleep soundscapes, binaural beats, deep sleep sounds, rain sounds, ocean sounds, ocean waves, white noise machines, thunderstorms, waterfall sounds, baby sleep sounds, tinnitus masker sounds, jungle, forest sounds, relaxing music, and guided sleep meditations.

    We hope this channel will help you with your sleepless nights, insomnia, sleep apnea, sleep paralysis. Use this podcast as your daily sleep podcast and experience the benefits of good quality sleep. We recommend that you talk with a doctor if your sleep doesn't improve.

    Have a relaxing day and sleep well :)

    • 3 min
    THUNDER & HEAVY RAIN FOR SLEEP - Feel free to comment on your sound ideas in a review.

    THUNDER & HEAVY RAIN FOR SLEEP - Feel free to comment on your sound ideas in a review.

    Feel free to comment on your sound ideas in a review, what type of sleep sound you want to have uploaded to this podcast?

    Get the benefits of good quality sleep, try Slow Sleep App: https://podlink.to/slow-sleep-app

    Get free access to 8-12 hour long sleep episodes here:

    YouTube: https://podlink.to/youtube-long-sleep-playlists

    Spotify: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist  

    Deezer: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist  

    Apple Music: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist

    Are you getting enough sleep at night? According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about 1 in 3 American adults do not get healthy amounts of sleep. This can lead to unhealthy stress that can make the problem even worse.

    How much sleep do I need? How much sleep is recommended? The NIH says adults need 7-8 hours of sleep each night to stay in good mental and physical health, promote quality of life, and avoid an increased risk of injury. They recommend these tips for getting a good night’s sleep:

    How do I know if I'm sleep-deprived? A person who is getting too little quality sleep, six hours or less, may experience a range of symptoms, including; fatigue, irritability, mood changes, difficulty focusing and remembering, and reduced sex drive.

    Signs of sleep deprivation. Feeling drowsy or falling asleep during the day, especially during calm activities like driving, watching TV. Falling asleep within 5 minutes of lying down. Short periods of sleep during waking hours (microsleeps) Needing an alarm clock to wake up on time every day.

    What to do when you can’t sleep? How to sleep better? Getting good quality sleep is all about cultivating good habits. Your internal body clock also aka. your circadian rhythm needs consistency. This podcast is created to help you create good sleep habits. We, therefore, recommend you try using this podcast daily if you feel sleep-deprived or tired during the day.

    Here are 10 easy tips to get more sleep.

    1: Create a daily routine 1 hour before bedtime to help you relax before sleep Set a bedtime alarm and listen to the Sleep Meditation Podcast. Turn off all screens, dim the lights and try to breathe and relax.

    2: Go to bed at the same time each night, and get up at the same time each morning, even on the weekends.

    3: Don't take naps after 3 p.m, and don't nap longer than 20 minutes.

    4: Stay away from caffeine and alcohol late in the day.

    5: Avoid nicotine completely.

    6: Get regular exercise, but not within 2-3 hours of bedtime.

    7: Don't eat a heavy meal late in the day.

    8: Make your bedroom cool, comfortable and dark.

    9: Don’t lie in bed awake. If you can’t fall asleep after 20 minutes, do something calming until you feel sleepy, like reading or listening to nature sounds, binaural beats, delta waves for sleep, rain sounds, ocean sounds, etc.

    10: Talk with a doctor if you continue to have trouble sleeping.

    On this Sleep Podcast you will find:

    Relaxing nature sounds, sleep soundscapes, binaural beats, deep sleep sounds, rain sounds, ocean sounds, ocean waves, white noise machines, thunderstorms, waterfall sounds, baby sleep sounds, tinnitus masker sounds, jungle, forest sounds, relaxing music, and guided sleep meditations.

    We hope this channel will help you with your sleepless nights, insomnia, sleep apnea, sleep paralysis. Use this podcast as your daily sleep podcast and experience the benefits of good quality sleep. We recommend that you talk with a doctor if your sleep doesn't improve.

    Have a relaxing day and sleep well :)

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Guided Sleep Meditation for Sleep / Powered by The Slow App (Get your free trial, link in show-notes)

    Guided Sleep Meditation for Sleep / Powered by The Slow App (Get your free trial, link in show-notes)

    Get the benefits of good quality sleep, try Slow Sleep App here: https://podlink.to/slow-sleep-app

    Are you getting enough sleep at night? According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about 1 in 3 American adults do not get healthy amounts of sleep. This can lead to unhealthy stress that can make the problem even worse.

    How much sleep do I need? How much sleep is recommended? The NIH says adults need 7-8 hours of sleep each night to stay in good mental and physical health, promote quality of life, and avoid an increased risk of injury. They recommend these tips for getting a good night’s sleep:

    How do I know if I'm sleep-deprived? A person who is getting too little quality sleep, six hours or less, may experience a range of symptoms, including; fatigue, irritability, mood changes, difficulty focusing and remembering, and reduced sex drive.

    Signs of sleep deprivation. Feeling drowsy or falling asleep during the day, especially during calm activities like driving, watching TV. Falling asleep within 5 minutes of lying down. Short periods of sleep during waking hours (microsleeps) Needing an alarm clock to wake up on time every day.

    What to do when you can’t sleep? How to sleep better? Getting good quality sleep is all about cultivating good habits. Your internal body clock also aka. your circadian rhythm needs consistency. This podcast is created to help you create good sleep habits. We, therefore, recommend you try using this podcast daily if you feel sleep-deprived or tired during the day.

    Here are 10 easy tips to get more sleep.

    1: Create a daily routine 1 hour before bedtime to help you relax before sleep Set a bedtime alarm and listen to the Sleep Meditation Podcast. Turn off all screens, dim the lights and try to breathe and relax.

    2: Go to bed at the same time each night, and get up at the same time each morning, even on the weekends.

    3: Don't take naps after 3 p.m, and don't nap longer than 20 minutes.

    4: Stay away from caffeine and alcohol late in the day.

    5: Avoid nicotine completely.

    6: Get regular exercise, but not within 2-3 hours of bedtime.

    7: Don't eat a heavy meal late in the day.

    8: Make your bedroom cool, comfortable and dark.

    9: Don’t lie in bed awake. If you can’t fall asleep after 20 minutes, do something calming until you feel sleepy, like reading or listening to nature sounds, binaural beats, delta waves for sleep, rain sounds, ocean sounds, etc.

    10: Talk with a doctor if you continue to have trouble sleeping.

    On this Sleep Podcast you will find:

    Relaxing nature sounds, sleep soundscapes, binaural beats, deep sleep sounds, rain sounds, ocean sounds, ocean waves, white noise machines, thunderstorms, waterfall sounds, baby sleep sounds, tinnitus masker sounds, jungle, forest sounds, relaxing music, and guided sleep meditations.

    We hope this channel will help you with your sleepless nights, insomnia, sleep apnea, sleep paralysis. Use this podcast as your daily sleep podcast and experience the benefits of good quality sleep. We recommend that you talk with a doctor if your sleep doesn't improve.

    Have a relaxing day and sleep well :)

    • 4 min
    UNDERWATER SLEEP SOUND - Feel free to comment your sound ideas in a review.

    UNDERWATER SLEEP SOUND - Feel free to comment your sound ideas in a review.

    Feel free to comment your ideas in a review, what type of sleep sound you want to have uploaded to this podcast?

    Get the benefits of good quality sleep, try Slow Sleep App: https://podlink.to/slow-sleep-app​ 



    Get free access to 8-12 hour long sleep episodes here:

    YouTube: https://podlink.to/youtube-long-sleep-playlists

    Spotify: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist​

    Deezer: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist​

    Apple Music: https://podlink.to/long-sleep-playlist​



    Are you getting enough sleep at night?
    According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about 1 in 3 American adults do not get healthy amounts of sleep. This can lead to unhealthy stress that can make the problem even worse.

    How much sleep do I need? How much sleep is recommended?
    The NIH says adults need 7-8 hours of sleep each night to stay in good mental and physical health, promote quality of life, and avoid an increased risk of injury. They recommend these tips for getting a good night’s sleep:

    How do I know if I'm sleep-deprived?
    A person who is getting too little quality sleep, six hours or less, may experience a range of symptoms, including; fatigue, irritability, mood changes, difficulty focusing and remembering, and reduced sex drive.

    Signs of sleep deprivation.
    Feeling drowsy or falling asleep during the day, especially during calm activities like driving, watching TV. Falling asleep within 5 minutes of lying down. Short periods of sleep during waking hours (microsleeps) Needing an alarm clock to wake up on time every day.

    What to do when you can’t sleep? How to sleep better?
    Getting good quality sleep is all about cultivating good habits. Your internal body clock also aka. your circadian rhythm needs consistency. This podcast is created to help you create good sleep habits. We, therefore, recommend you try using this podcast daily if you feel sleep-deprived or tired during the day.



    Here are 10 easy tips to get more sleep.

    1: Create a daily routine 1 hour before bedtime to help you relax before sleep Set a bedtime alarm and listen to the Sleep Meditation Podcast. Turn off all screens, dim the lights and try to breathe and relax.

    2: Go to bed at the same time each night, and get up at the same time each morning, even on the weekends.

    3: Don't take naps after 3 p.m, and don't nap longer than 20 minutes.

    4: Stay away from caffeine and alcohol late in the day.

    5: Avoid nicotine completely.

    6: Get regular exercise, but not within 2-3 hours of bedtime.

    7: Don't eat a heavy meal late in the day. 

    8: Make your bedroom cool, comfortable and dark.

    9: Don’t lie in bed awake. If you can’t fall asleep after 20 minutes, do something calming until you feel sleepy, like reading or listening to nature sounds, binaural beats, delta waves for sleep, rain sounds, ocean sounds, etc.

    10: Talk with a doctor if you continue to have trouble sleeping.



    On this Sleep Podcast you will find:

    Relaxing nature sounds, sleep soundscapes, binaural beats, deep sleep sounds, rain sounds, ocean sounds, ocean waves, white noise machines, thunderstorms, waterfall sounds, baby sleep sounds, tinnitus masker sounds, jungle, forest sounds, relaxing music, and guided sleep meditations.

    We hope this channel will help you with your sleepless nights, insomnia, sleep apnea, sleep paralysis. Use this podcast as your daily sleep podcast and experience the benefits of good quality sleep. We recommend that you talk with a doctor if your sleep doesn't improve. 

    Have a relaxing day and sleep well :)

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Ocean Sound with Binaural Beats / Delta Sleep Waves for Deep Sleep

    Ocean Sound with Binaural Beats / Delta Sleep Waves for Deep Sleep

    https://podlink.to/youtube-long-sleep-playlists
    Follow our 8 hour-long episodes, subscribe to our YouTube channel here.

    Many of you have asked for longer episodes. Well... head over to YouTube and get access to our 8-11 hours sleep playlists.

    We hope you will like it, it's completely free and will help you fall asleep to any relaxing sound.

    Stay safe and sleep well :)

    All the best from us at Sleep Meditation Podcast.

    • 1 hr 15 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
229 Ratings

229 Ratings

troymcmullin ,

Great pod

Love the pod , I usually listen to it on my head phones while I read and sleep. The only thing I don’t like is the music u play before the sounds go off. It’s like an alarm clock and always ends up waking me up.

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You are amazing

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Coral-Mint ,

Great Experience!

Very soothing! Having ADHD makes it very hard for me to fall asleep, and listening to this podcast was very helpful! I do have a request though. Maybe add some music in the background of water gently lapping, that would be really great. Keep up the good work!

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