Sleep is usually such an overlooked luxury. Some people who have more than enough do not think of it as important. Others who have little of it really yearn for it night after night. And then there are those who may have trouble falling asleep, which makes it truly a longed for luxury. But thanks to technology, there are now sleep aid gadgets that can help one get some better quality sleep. Here are two examples you may be interested in.
Sleep Shepherd Blue Wearable Sleep Aid
Many people who have trouble getting to sleep may benefit from the Sleep Shepherd Blue. It is a wearable sleeping aid that uses biofeedback to help people fall asleep and monitor their sleeping patterns. The Sleep Shepherd Blue is worn on the head and moitors brainwave activity to determine certain patterns that may be preventing you from falling asleep. The device then uses binaural tones to aid your brain into getting some much needed sleep. Not only that, the Sleep Shepherd Blue can also keep track of sleeping patterns to determine the quality of your sleep, which the user can view via an app. The Sleep Shepherd Blue is available at Amazon for $200.
Helia Lighting System
Smart lighting systems can also aid people into getting to sleep when they need to. The Helia Lighting System is composed of full-spectrum smart LED lights that can provide the type of lighting all around the home that will help aid in sleep. Its function is based on the body’s circadian rhythm, that internal body clock that tells the body when to wake u and when to sleep. Most of it is based on the light that the body senses. The Helia light bulbs use sensors that can communicate with other light bulbs so that it will know when to filter out the blue-tinted light known to throw off the body clock. In a way, it turns the home into a natural light ecosystem.