Is pink the new white? Find out why pink noise may be better for your sleep and memory.
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White, pink, blue and violet: The colours of noise
"Ever wondered why white noise is white? It's not the only colour of noise you can get."
The Sound of ‘Pink Noise’ Improves Sleep and Memory
"It may sound strange, but previous studies have found that playing so-called pink noise during sleep improves the memory of younger adults."
This brain-hacking headband is out to solve your sleep crisis
"Micro-vibrations transmit “pink noise” directly to the inner ear, improving slow wave (deep) sleep."
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