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Pillow Device Allows Students to "Study" While Sleeping

Teresa Neumann : May 24, 2010 : Staff - The Daily Mail

Does this mean I could learn the Bible, front to back, from listening to it while I sleep? Bring it on!

Sound Asleep(United Kingdom)—Every once in awhile someone will come up with an invention that makes you think, "Why didn't I think of that!?"

Such is the new "Sound Asleep" pillow which has a speaker buried in its fibers that can be linked to an MP3 or CD player. According to a Daily Mail report, those using the pillow include students who are able to listen to lectures and class notes as they sleep, the scientific belief being that information absorbed during sleep can be recalled.

Those suffering from tinnitus or a loud snoring partner have also reportedly benefited from the pillow, as playing background noise helps filter out the offending sounds.

If I had a "Sound Asleep" pillow, I'd play an audio Bible. With my poor memory skills, it would probably be the only way I could learn large portions of Scripture. That is, if the theory of sleep learning is true.

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