Do you have trouble sleeping? Do you take a sleeping tablets to help you get a good night’s rest? If so you might need to try Somnox – it’s a robot you take to bed with you that can help you fall asleep.
Somnox is slightly larger than a football and is designed for you to hug it in bed like you would with a teddy bear when you were a child.
And when you’re holding it in your arms it will play soft sounds and let you feel the rhythmic movement of breathing – exhaling and inhaling slowly.
When you’re holding Somnox, you will automatically sync your breathing to it which makes it very easy to reach a meditative state of mind so you can drift off to sleep.
The deep breathing that you imitate helps to lower stress in your body which in turn will send a signal to your brain that you’ve entered a relaxed state and are ready for a good long sleep.
Somnox also comes with a companion app so users can set the sounds and breathing exercise to their own preference.
One in five people around the world suffer from some kind of sleep condition that prevents them from having a decent night’s rest.
Many of these resort to medication to help them sleep which can have side effects and leave the person feeling groggy when they wake up.
Somnox sleep robot is a drug free solution which can send you to sleep and wake up feeling refreshed.
Somnox will go on sale in March and will be priced at $US549. It includes a free washable sleeve, a charger, a sleep and set up guide and a link to download the mobile app which works on both android and iOS.
It comes with a two year warranty as well as free lifetime support.
* Tech Guide travelled to Las Vegas with support from LG, Samsung and Hisense.
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