SleepPhones@ featured on TODAY with Kathie Lee


Mario Armstrong presents SleepPhones@ on TODAY with Kathie Lee for a Holiday Gift Guide: 16 presents for the guys in your life SleepPhones were one of the top 5 tech gifts! Dec. 10, 2014

Mario Armstrong stopped by The TODAY Show to visit Kathie Lee to share some of his ideas for the holiday gift guide. SleepPhones@ Wireless and SleepPhones@ Classic were some of his recommendations!

How to Stay Healthy During the Holiday Season

Patients often ask me how to prevent getting sick during the winter or when there are lots of people gathering, such as over the holidays. Sometimes, they have young children to protect, and sometimes, there are frail elderly relatives or someone who is immunosuppressed who can't afford to be sick. Other than giving my patient a flu shot, here are some of my more general tips.

Virgin Megastores - Prominent and Influential Retailer Partners with AcousticSheep


Richard Branson continues to forge ahead with his airline stores- Virgin Atlantic and Virgin America, as well as Virgin Megastores, in the Middle East. And now SleepPhones® and RunPhones® can be found in Virgin Megastores in Saudi Arabia!

"We're very excited to be working with Virgin Megastores, a prominent and influential retailer," said Dr. Wei-Shin Lai, CEO and inventor of SleepPhones and RunPhones.

5 Reasons Why SleepPhones are Essential for Holiday Travel

Traveling over the holidays

There are many reasons why you may need SleepPhones this holiday season, especially if you are going out of town. Be sure to pack SleepPhones for your travels!

1. Unfamiliar Place - SleepPhones can help you feel more comfortable in a new place because the pajamas for your ears are the same ones you wear at home. So even if the pillow's not quite the same, your familiar head gear will still help you feel a bit more at home.

Can Sleep Disorders Cause Diabetes?

There’s a strong association between sleep disorders and diabetes, but sometimes it’s not entirely clear if diabetes causes sleep disorders, or if sleep disorders cause diabetes. It’s sort of a ‘which comes first’ kind of question.

According to CNN.com, “People who consistently get too little sleep face bigger concerns than daytime fatigue and crankiness. Over the long term, sleep deprivation also increases the risk of serious health problems including obesity and type II diabetes”.

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