Code 1227
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  • This little cube projects colour changing stars on your ceiling and offers a range of lullabies and nature sounds to soothe restlessness and help with insomnia.

    Equally at home in the nursery or the bedroom, the cube features 10 nursery rhymes (Minuet, Brahms Lullaby, Are you sleeping..., Baa Baa Black Sheep, Home Sweet Home, Nocturne, Mary Had a Little Lamb, London Bridge is Falling Down, Hush Little Bab, Oh My Darling, Clementine) and 5 nature sounds (Birdsong, Heartbeat, Stream, Cicada, Ocean).

    • Choose between light, sound or both.
    • Optional 30 minute timer
    • Continuous, gradual colour change
    • Great to help mask the effects of tinnitus.

Discover more about our Lullaby Star Cube

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    Chromotherapy
    Chromotherapy, or colour therapy, is based on the idea that colour and coloured lights can help treat physical or mental health by causing subtle changes in our moods and biology. Chromotherapy has a long history dating back to ancient Egypt, Greece, China, and India

    Our cube projects stars that gentle rotate through a spectrum of colours to soothe restlessness and help with insomnia.

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    Nature sounds therapy
    In 2017, a study at the University of Sussex showed that playing natural sounds can affect the bodily system that controls the flight-or-fright response, encouraging relaxation and reducing the physiological reaction to stress.

    The tranquil nature sounds and soothing lullabies of our cube help to promote a calm mood and deepen relaxation.

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    Respite from tinnitus
    Tinnitus is a ringing or other noise in the ears that is not caused by external sounds. It is a common problem affecting 15% to 20% of people, particularly older adults, and can impact sleep and concentration.

    Playing white noise or nature sounds can help to mask the effects of tinnitus, giving a welcome break from the condition.