You may have gone through some stressful and exhausting periods lately when arranging everything for nice and quiet x-mas time, trying to find just the right presents for your friends and family and so on. Now you probably want to rest a little bit and enjoy the days off as much as possible. You might appreciate some kind of stimulant that would help you loosen the tension and concentration accumulated in your mind and body..
NapSounds.com is a very simple website aimed at providing a good content rather than an amazing design. What you can get here for free are daily updated power-nap sounds that are able to help you enjoy a few-minute rest every day to "recharge your batteries" in a short time. Power-nap is actually a really short rest during your day which - if performed the right way - can equal up to several hours of sleep. Power-nap sound containing varied sound effects and melodies picked for this purpose is the thing that should help you enjoy your short rest the right way.
These power-naps also contain special binaural beats, sounds split into 2 stereo channels and then merged by human brain again, though you need stereo headphones to make use of them. Besides daily updated preset naps you're also allowed to compose your own nap according to your priorities. Just note that due to the nature of these sound tracks, you should only listen to them when you're not doing any activity (like driving a car) and avoid listening to it if you suffer from epilepsy or are pregnant.
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