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Nightingale Review: This sleep aid creates virtual a blanket of white noise

This white noise solution from Cambridge Sound Management is a lot more advanced than a fan.
Nightingale Sleep System

The kit includes two plug-in units for $299.

Cambridge Sound Management

Sleep is important. Not getting enough of it makes you dumb and increases your chances of developing heart disease and having a stroke. New research even suggests that chronic sleeplessness can put people at a much higher risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological disorders later in life.

It's no wonder then that in our sleep deprived society more and more of us are looking to innovate our way to a better night's sleep. Unlike standalone white noise machines, the Nightingale

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