How to use ear instruments to help you sleep soundly

If you have trouble sleeping, it could be because you’re not getting enough sound into your ears, according to a new study.

In a new paper published in the journal Sleep, researchers examined how much sleep a patient would get if they used an ear-piece to control a bed or chair.

The researchers found that people who slept soundly through a night with an earpiece reported a much lower rate of tiredness, anxiety and stress than those who didn’t use an ear piece.

Sleep researchers believe that the earpiece’s ability to block out sound helps us get a better night’s sleep.

They say it’s especially helpful for people who are in a rush.

Researchers said it’s possible ear-pieces could help sleep quality and even help people with narcolepsy, a sleep disorder in which people don’t wake up in the morning.

Sleep is a major area of research for the sleep-deprived, but it’s not entirely understood how the ear-buds affect sleep quality.

Researchers at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, conducted their research using the Sleep Quality Index (SPI), which measures how well people sleep on a regular basis.

Sleep experts say the index is highly correlated with other measures of sleep quality, such as how well a person can concentrate and sleep at night.

Researchers say there are different ways that ear-pads might interfere with sleep.

Some people can’t use them at all.

Others can’t hear when they lie down.

Others say they use ear-phones in the dark or have trouble focusing on their sleep.

Ear-bud-based devices have been on the market for a while now, but they’re only beginning to become popular in some countries.

The latest version of the earbuds can be found on Amazon.com and the Apple App Store.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine says earbud users should also try to use sleep aids such as pillow, soft pillow, and comforter or mattress covers.