Sleep deprivation is a constant battle for both short- and long-term travelers. Between uncomfortable flights, switching time zones and adjusting to new beds, it seems we can never get our sleep cycle back on track. The new DreamOn wearable wrist and ankle band might be the perfect solution.
DreamOn is a device that uses ultra-low frequency pulses to calm your body and help activate its natural sleep process. It’s incredibly simple to use. Simply slip it on your wrist or around your ankle before heading to bed, and you’ll be asleep faster than ever. The device then delivers paced signals throughout your neural network to alter your natural brainwaves and induce sleep. By soothing your brainwaves, it causes your body to relax and prepare itself for slumber.
The device is backed by decades of research and had an 80 percent positive response rate during trials. It’s even safe to use for children ages 6 and up if you’ve got little ones traveling with you. Best of all, it connects to an accompanying app that allows you to track your sleep cycle, so you know how well its working. DreamOn weighs only 2 ounces, so it won’t feel heavy on your body, and the battery is able to hold a charge for up to 10 nights.
DreamOn is set to retail for $200 with first shipments expected to begin in March 2019. Check out the website for more information on features and ways to pre-order yours today.
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