©2009 Maggie Staiger; (P)2009 Maggie Staiger
The first time I played this, I did sleep well, but it ended with the standard loud Audible tag at the end ("Audible hopes you enjoyed this program."), which is a bummer at the end of something that is SUPPOSED to help you get to sleep! However, I told my daughter about it anyway since she also suffers insomnia, because despite that little jolt at the end, it did help a lot. My husband was also in the room when I told her about this one drawback, and he told me there is a way to fix the problem!
Once your copy of "Easy Sleep" is in iTunes, right-click on it and select "Get Info". Then pick "Options" along the top bar. In the Options window, you may select a start and stop time for the book! I was able to cut off the loud disturbing Audible tags. Then I reloaded it into my iPod, and it plays and ends quietly now! Once again my hero comes to the rescue!
"Easy Sleep" is a helpful program and definitely worth the price, at least for me. If you are having a hard time sleeping, give it a try.
I listen to this nearly every night. Sometimes I have to play it twice before I fall asleep...just depends on how crazy the day has been.
My first comment is that since I have difficulties falling asleep, 13 mn go way too fast for me to have time to fall asleep. I found Maggie's voice a bit too hard. Also I would have liked her to leave more time in between words (and the audio would be longer with the same amount of words). Also at the end of the audio, I guess it is done on purpose, but I can barely hear the words...
It is not a bad session, but for me, it doesn't do the job.
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