I could swear that many of you can not live without listening to music that have their player. Some need to listen to music even when asleep (including me), but it is annoying to put on your headphones and dawn with the cord around the neck or ear pain. Fortunately I found a j shaped body pillow on the Internet that lets you listen to music while you sleep. You connect you handle your player and you're ready, you lie on the j shaped body pillow while listening to your favorite music, is not it great? To me it is. The j shaped body pillow has a built-in speaker is connected to a music source, such as iPods, iPhones, MP3 players, CD players, compatible with most radios, the cable is removable. The memory foam is ergonomically designed to support you on it, with small holes that help circulate air and improve the quality of sound and conforms to the natural shape of the body. FOLLOW U. S. ON FACEBOOK: Be part of our community, meet geeks around the world, lovers of technology, information security, Web 2. 0 and science to the limit. Redundant, repetitive screams echoing against the walls, my conscience shocking torturously of a dream and a nightmare. Suffocating my ears in a pile of pillows can not drown the sound vibrating pulsating through the room. My eyes are closed as the rusty doors of a garage for two cars and when I finally am able to pry open, an overwhelming feeling truck plows through them, unloading a monstrous mass of cold, raw concrete in the frontal lobes of the brain. My vision is blurred and the siren signaling the twilight of freedom and the dawn of a new day I reluctantly continue to peel the cover of my body, exposing it to cold air bite my teeth each surface. Then suddenly, the pressure of a powerful geyser overwhelms my bladder and I have Sprint bathroom, gouging the bottom of my bare feet on all objects in my path. This is what the clock is like every morning. Waking up is painful. The same suggestion I've heard in my life is going to bed earlier. Okay. Fine. I get to bed earlier. So what? I lay there awake. I count sheep breaths, counting, practicing conscious relaxation exercises, and whatever. I'm still awake. Just because I am in bed does not mean I'm going to sleep. Then I wake up and it all starts again. Sometimes I go a long way to force me to be a morning person. I put my early warning I'm incredibly tired this evening. I can keep this up for a while, but I always fall back into the exact opposite pattern. What the hell is wrong with me. Sleep deprivation is one of the main causes of fatigue. This is a direct line from a radio advertising. Well, no shit! Duh! This is my first reaction. Then I got to thinking that maybe people really do not realize that. That's why we are so incredibly faithful to the tradition of the beginning of the day so damn early. The negative result is that it is not good for the j shaped body pillow not getting enough sleep. Almost everyone does so. Can we drink caffeine to wake us up and then take sleeping pills to knock us. These things are not good either. If we were not so bent on this tradition of early birds and worms and that crap, we would not need coffee brands or eight miles canned energy drinks. We would not need caplets melatonin or valerian teas or overdose of Nyquil. You May use HTML tags and attributes thesis:. . . .