15 minutes each sound
Tinnitus Relief Masking Sounds - Swamp Creatures: A steady stream of crickets, frogs, splashes from marsh creatures, squawking bird calls. A wide tonal range of sounds makes this recording extremely useful as a sleep aid for those suffering from ringing in the ears. It might remind you of the sounds from your camping trips. --Sunset: The evening hours, the inbetween time for animals, plants and insects. A few moments of repose. Water lapping on the shore of a nearby lake, and crickets start their chirping chorus. Songbirds wind down the day and occasional squawks from waterfowl float across the water. A good sleep aid, useful for masking home and workplace noise.
Rain Shower: There is nothing more relaxing and calming than rain on a tin roof, water streaming down and splashing in small pools, thunder in the distance. Close your eyes and feel yourself become more and more at ease. A very good relaxation recording that also serves to mask ringing in the ears. --Mountain Stream: A narrow, fast-flowing mountain stream with a fallen log forming a natural waterfall, flowing into pools and eddies. Rushing water, a few frogs croaking in the background, and occasionally a songbird in the distance. A wonderful relaxation recording and excellent for masking ringing in the ears.