In these busy days, people often suffer from insomnia or lack of quality sleep. Working for the whole day requires a good night’s rest. But due to certain mental or physical stress, people cannot have the sound sleep they crave. A normal adult requires around 7-8 hours’ sleep a night but those who are suffering from insomnia suffer much less, with issues falling asleep, frequently waking and waking to early. Sleeping pills that are available on the market just calm down the nerves but they are not effective or meant for long term, with harmful side effects to your health. There is a better drug free solution needed, SleepCogni, meets this need.
To give you a healthy sleep, Sleep Cogni has designed a device which is proven to improve the quality of sleep and also increased the duration of your sleep as well. This device is offering customers the effective treatments for the patients who suffer insomnia. This bedside sleep device integrates cognitive science and the CBT together to bring out the best effects. The devices are more beneficial than the meditation CDs and the medicine. The tactile stimulus, the functionality, 3D sound, light therapy and the intelligent design together made the bedside sleep devices one of the best options who have sleep disorders.
Sleep Cogni device is designed in such a manner that it suits the interior environment of the room. The device retracted down by the weight and indicates that you are asleep. There is no sound of the noisy motors, rather than this device utilizes the magnetic force. The bedside sleep device also used a lamp during the night time having a music stereo and it has additional functions like the sunset sleep and the sunrise wake. Thus, your sleep quality increases with installing this device beside your bed.
The light therapy emitted by this device also make the proper functioning of the biological clock and your falling to sleep becomes much easier than before.
SleepCogni is currently on Kickstarter at £99 until the 10th Dec 2015 with a 50% reduction off the RRP.(click here to view)