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Bose Sleepbuds Review | The Best Tinnitus Cure For Falling Asleep?

By: Dr Cliff Olson
September 4, 2018
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Bose Sleepbuds:

Trying to fall asleep when you have tinnitus is easier said than done.  Masking is one of the most effective ways to drown out the sound of your tinnitus.  Typically, individuals rely on external noise generators or running a fan to fall asleep.  However, the Bose Sleepbuds are designed to be worn inside your ears so the noise doesn't disturb those around you.  The Sleepbuds play a variety of comforting masking sounds like rain showers, campfire burning, and ocean waves.  Not only do they mask over tinnitus, but they also mask over other sounds like noisy neighbors or a snoring husband.

The Bose Sleepbuds also have a sleeptimer that will shut the sleepbuds off after a certain period of time.  This is useful if you only need them to get to sleep.  However, in the case of a snoring spouse, they could be run all night.They have a built-in alarm clock so you don't need to rely on your traditional alarm clock that you may not hear when wearing the sleepbuds.  They have a 16 hour battery life, and it takes up to 8 hours to charger the Silver-Zinc batteries inside of the devices.  The portable charger case can provide a full charge when not not plugged into the wall.

Overall, the Sleepbuds are a life saver for individuals with tinnitus or a solution for individuals who want to stop snoring sounds.  They are a little pricy at around $250, but with Bose you know you are getting the best.DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support!

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