Lifemax Dreamate Sleeping Aid
If blocking out background noise isn’t enough to help you sleep, try the Lifemax Dreamte. You strap it to your wrist and it uses acupressure points there to help you relax. It’s designed for anyone who has trouble sleeping due to stress, jet lag, or just a brain that won’t stop working on over-drive. It’s micro-vibration (quiet at the back) motor gently massages the pressure points, easing away the stresses and strains of the day and helping you slide off into a good night’s rest. How long you’ll stay asleep with this attached to your wrist is another matter.
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The idea of looking at a light in order to help you fall asleep may sound ridiculous. Actually, it does sound ridiculous. Yet it works apparently, if you believe the research conducted by the makers of this gizmo. The Lightsleeper (see what they did there?) projects a light onto your bedroom ceiling, you then lie on your back and watch it as it moves in a circular motion above you. The idea is that by following the light, rather like a hypnotists watch, you focus on that rather than whatever’s keeping you awake, thereby relaxing and drifting off to sleep.
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Re: I think it's safe to say
No, not ludditeism here, just the acknowledgement that this is by some magnitude of order, the most pointless collection of shit the reg has ever assembled for a review.
2 tvs, wristwatches, radios, nite-lights and a collection of pointless alarm clocks.
Slow day guys???
I think it's safe to say
that I wouldn't want to share my bedroom with *any* of these gadgets.
Perhaps I'm just an old Luddite?
You seem to have omitted a tea maker, perhaps they have become extinct.
This will be a shame because, as the former owner of a Goblin Teasmade from the 70's, I can assure you that there has never been a better method of filling a sock draw with superheated steam and boiling water.
The only superfluous part was the buzzer, which after the five minutes of bubbling, hissing, vibration and occasional screaming, sounded to ... er ... wake you up.
It was then just a matter of adding the slightly-off milk...
It's the tea-stained dressing gown.
So this is where Innovations catalogues come to die...
Re: Gawd/ess. The mind boggles.
You are obviously one of those lucky bastards who is actually able to get to sleep when they want to.
Personally I have immense sleep problems... I suffer from Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome, which means when most peoples bodies start producing melatonin, and their body temperatures start to drop at about 10-11pm, mine doesn't do that until about 3am. Which considering I have to be up at 6 is fucking torture.
Things like daylight alarms help a great deal... I can't speak for some of the other gadgets listed here, but just because YOU have no problem going to sleep, and waking up when you need to, doesn't mean everyone is in the same boat.