April Wellness – Sleep Gadgets

For the last week of April, I thought it would be fun to explore some cool and trendy sleep gadgets.  This information was obtained from digitaltrends.com

Brookstone Bed Fan with Wireless Remote ($100)Brookstone-bed-fan

Sometimes, you just can’t win with air circulation on your bed. In the summer, it gets too hot; in the winter it can get sweaty under that thick comforter. Instead of a ceiling fan to add a little breathing room, go for the Brookstone bed fan that blows air directly under your sheets. The bed fan is good for couples, in case one person prefers warmer sleeping temperature than the other, and is a good way to save money on air conditioning when you only need to cool the bed. The fan is also height-adjustable to fit any bed frame and size, and comes with a wireless remote to turn things off overnight if it gets too cold.
Feel Seating System Deluxe ($7,950)Feel-Seating-system-deluxe

I know $8,000 is a ridiculous amount of money to spend on furniture. But look at this thing! It’s modular, shape-shifts to fit your body, and is convertible to use as a bed, lounger, or sofa. When you consider the cash you spend buying various furniture for your home when you can just get one that acts as everything, you may end up saving a bit of money in the long run. This is especially appropriate if you have a studio home, or spend all your time in the bedroom anyway. It’s like sleeping on a personal cloud.

Nightwave Sleep Assistant ($58)Nightwave-sleep-assistant

Do you have a hard time falling asleep at night, no matter how tired you are? Give Nightwave Sleep Assistant a shot. Studies have shown that soft, patterned light movements can help to relax the mind, hypnotizing you right to bed. Sounds crazy, but we can see the logic. The machine displays soft beams of blue light and follows your breathing pulses to help to soothe and relax, causing you to fall sound asleep in due time. Nightwave comes in 7-minute and 25-minute cycles to help hypnotize even the most awake of troubled sleepers. Consider it an economical fix versus getting a prescription for Ambien.

Ostrich Pillow ($97)Ostrich-Pillow-close-up

This isn’t technically limited to the bedroom, but it’s a nice little gadget to have when you want to catch a quick snooze wherever you please. Whether it’s at the study hall or airport gate, just slip the feather-soft, cushioned Ostrich Pillow over your head and its instant nap time without the embarrassment of those pesky onlookers. Alright, maybe people are still going to judge, but think like an ostrich! If you can’t see them, they can’t see you. Besides, you’re the one enjoying a much-deserved deep sleep.

Read more: http://www.digitaltrends.com/lifestyle/funky-gadgets-to-help-you-get-a-better-nights-sleep/#ixzz2OezoupQL


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