White noise devices can provide a continuous noise that drowns out everything else, including sirens, barking dogs, and your roommate's television.
Over one-third of adults and children in the United States are sleep deprived.
Sleep deprivation raises the risk of a range of chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, obesity, and depression. As a result, many individuals seek out equipment such as a white noise machine to help them sleep better or fall asleep faster.
White noise machines can help you obtain a better night's sleep by concealing outside or ambient disturbances disrupting your sleep.
They can help you not just fall asleep but also remain asleep, and they may even educate your brain to recognize when it's time to sleep.
White noise is a simple approach to creating a relaxing environment for sleeping.
“White noise is more than just recordings of ocean waves and rain sounds,” says Molly Szkotak, community manager at Yogasleep. “Sonically, white noise is a collection of sounds that has the same intensity through the audible range, creating a uniform sound perfect for masking loud disruptions.”