We’re going to be looking at the most comfortable stereo headphones that you can easily sleep in, and listen to binaural beats with. To clarify, this list is intended to help you find the best headphones to listen to binaural beats with as you go to sleep.
I assume that by reading this you know the following:
- Binaural beats: These are special sound waves that you can listen to which put your brain into a different state. They can be used to lucid dream, astral project, or just relax. You can get hold of some binaural beats here.
- The headphones need to be comfortable: Because you’re ideally going to be trying to go to sleep WHILE listening to binaural beats, so the headphones you choose need to be comfortable and easy to sleep in
That’s why this post is looking at sleep-ready headphones only, usually in the form of a comfortable material or fabric band which holds the headphones buds in, so you can lay on them without hurting your ears and face.
The best sleep headphones (List)
Here’s the best sleep headphones we’ve found for listening to binaural beats, in no particular order. They’re not arranged in price or quality order, so pick the one that you like the look of the best! We’ll save the best till last though!
1: AGPtEK wired sleep headphones
These can produce white noise as well, so they’re great for insomnia. These headphones are great for light sleepers as they can relax you and keep you relaxed for a long time! they’re also very lightweight and can be slept in easily.
2: FIRIK wired sleep headphones
The Firik headphones are great for running and working out as well. They’re obviously great for lucid dreaming and listening to binaural beats but they’re also lightweight enough to be used when running.
3: Sleepphones Telephones from Acousticsheep
These are really cool. Probably the most interesting sleep headphones of 2018 because they’re just so lightweight and easy to use! They can receive audio wirelessly, so you don’t even need to plug them into your phone. On a single charge you can listen to up to 13 hours of music on them as well! Perfect for a single nights sleep.
4: Cozyphones sleep headphones
These are really nice and also fairly cheap! They’re probably one of the best value for money sleep headphone bands of this year, and they’re really reliable as well. They’re made from a durable material that’s also comfortable to sleep in!
The best sleep headphones for binaural beats and lucid dreaming
The very best headphones you can get for listening to binaural beats is the Sleep Shepherd blue.
This device is really special because not only does it play binaural beats while you’re sleeping, to help you lucid dream but it ALSO detects your brainwave state and adjusts the beats in real time.
This means it can gently lull you into a lucid dream easily and help you slip into deep relaxed states. You have two options when trying to lucid dream using binaural beats:
- You could try and wing it: Try and download your own binaural beats or sleep relaxation tracks and then listen to them using your own sleep headphones like the ones in this post
- Or you could let the Shepherd do the work for you: The Sleep Shepherd can play binaural beats for you and also detect what state you’re in, and change the binaural beats slowly over time to move you into the right state.
The second option is much better, because it doesn’t leave anything to chance. It knows when you’re in the various brainwave states, and can adjust accordingly. You can check it out here and get a great discount!
The best binaural beats
There are some popular binaural beats you might want to consider. I’ve listed the most common ones here, you can either go to their website in a new tab, or read my review of them if I’ve written one:
- Binaural Beats Meditation (or read our review of them)
- Ennora (Or read our review)
- Iawake Technologies
- Unexplainable store (read our review of them here)
- Holosync (Or read our review!)
- HemiSync binaural beats
- BlissCoded Sound (or read our review of them)
- MP3 meditation club
- Deep zen meditation
More about binaural beats
I’ve written a few guides on how to use these, and how they can benefit you: