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Pink Noise vs. White Noise: What’s the Difference, and Why Should You Care?

We at Yogasleep have a confession to make. The Dohm is actually not a white noise machine.  What?! Yes, it's true. The Yogasleep Dohm produces, not white noise, but pink noise. Well, you might be wondering, what's the difference? We're glad you asked.

White Noise Evolution: From Sleepmate to Dohm


The competitive sleeping league - The Origin Story ILLUSTRATED

The latest season of the Competitive Sleeping League has come to a dramatic close (watch highlights of the Championship here). With that, Sleepletes from around the world now set their drowsy eyes on next year's season and a shot at the Golden Dohm. During the pause we thought we take...

Lucid Dreams: A Guide for the Uninitiated

The 411 on Lucid Dreaming No need to pinch yourself—it’s real. The whole “lucid dreaming” thing is having a pop-culture moment. On the heels of mind-expanding movies like Inception there are now entire websites devoted to the phenomenon. If you’re curious (we certainly were), here’s a quick run-down on the...

Sweet and Sour Dreams: What do They Mean?

Dreaming is, for lack of a better word, weird. No one knows exactly why we do it, though theories abound. Comedian Mitch Hedberg wasn’t a fan: “Dreaming is work. There I am, comfortable in my bed, and the next thing you know I have to build a go-kart with my...

Five Strange Facts on the Subject of Sleep

A recent #SleepFactFriday post reported that people who don’t get enough sleep are likely to have bigger appetites. That got us thinking: What other interesting and/or useful revelations about sleep are out there waiting to be discovered? We did some digging and here are a few that piqued our interest: 

Say What? Strange Tales of Sleep Talking

“Now put the lotion on the cat. It’s the most important step.”

Crazy Stuff People Do While Asleep

The Internet abounds with stories, running the emotional gamut from heartwarming to horrifying. Many of the best ones are true. A recent dive into stories of sleepwalking yielded some eye-opening results.