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Sept. 10, 2020, 2:00 p.m. EDT

Trouble sleeping? This streaming app is like Netflix for slumber

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A good night’s sleep is essential to our health, but most Americans aren’t getting enough of it. According to the CDC , 70 percent of adults report that they get insufficient sleep at least one night a month, and 11 percent report insufficient sleep every night. The CDC has termed insufficient sleep “ a public health epidemic “, but for a variety of reasons, the pervasive problem persists in millions of American households every single night. 

Whether it’s insomnia, a heavy workload or the nightly distraction of social media, there are a million things keeping Americans up at night — but there’s a convenient new streaming service that plans to soothe those sleepless nights. Restflix is an innovative streaming service designed to help users fall asleep faster and get better rest than ever before. With extensive discounts on one-year , two-year , and three-year subscriptions, Restflix memberships are available for $29.99 , $49.99 and $59.99

Restflix utilizes the proven power of binaural beats, a rhythmic phenomenon created by overlapping frequencies that the brain finds pleasant and relaxing. It offers more than 20 personalized channels featuring meditative music, bedtime stories, and calming videos, all designed to ease users into a gentle night’s sleep. In addition to the enchanting rhythm of serene binaural beats, Restflix offers peaceful visuals and sounds created by nature, which many people tend to find relaxing as they fall asleep. While Restflix is designed to develop better sleep habits, the content can also be a great tool for meditation and mental healing. 

Better sleep may actually be within reach with Restflix, an app that has earned its five-star reviews based on quality, effectiveness and tranquility. At least try to conquer whatever’s keeping you up at night with a limited-time discount on one , two or three years of Restflix, and start getting hundreds of days of good sleep instead of wistfully hoping for one.

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