Help me Sleep – Episode 19 – Rain and Thunder

Help Me SleepLie back, relax and let our meandering podcast help you drift off to sleep.

Welcome to another Help Me Sleep podcast – Rain and Thunder. There’s nothing better than lying in bed listening to the rain falling and rolling thunder in the distance. We recommend you pull the duvet up and imagine you’re safe in bed while a thunderstorm unfolds outside.

Eat healthily, sleep well, breathe deeply, move harmoniously.
― Jean-Pierre Barral


Help me Sleep – Episode 18 – More Prime Numbers

Help Me SleepLie back, relax and let our meandering podcast help you drift off to sleep.

Welcome to another Help Me Sleep podcast – More Prime Numbers. By popular demand we have made another prime numbers podcast. We’ve really slowed things down with this one and start from the number 2 and go up to over 7,000. Good luck trying to stay awake listening to this one. I only got to 2,341.

Once you wake up and smell the coffee, it’s hard to go back to sleep.
– Fran Drescher


Help me Sleep – Episode 17 – Spanish Voice

Help Me SleepLie back, relax and let our meandering podcast help you drift off to sleep.

Welcome to another Help Me Sleep podcast – Spanish Voice. This Spanish speaker has a very relaxing and somnambulistic voice and his narration of a text from the ancient Greek world will have you going into a long and relaxing sleep before you know it.

If you’re going to do something tonight that you’ll be sorry for tomorrow morning, sleep late.
– Henny Youngman


Help me Sleep – Episode 16 – Mixed Voices

Help Me SleepLie back, relax and let our meandering podcast help you drift off to sleep.

Welcome to another Help Me Sleep podcast – Mixed Voices. There are 4 overlapping voices here each reading different chapters from the same book. It’s impossible to make sense of what they are saying but then that is the point. Let the voices wash over you as you go into a deep sleep. It is a 3 hour recording which fades out slowly over the last 20 or so minutes.

Cats have it all – admiration, an endless sleep, and company only when they want it.
– Rod McKuen