Isn’t it amazing how technology have improved just about every aspect of our lives – EXCEPT sleep?! I mean, we have smart-everything to improve our waking hours. But when it comes to improving our sleep habits, we’re still relying on toxic sleeping pills and supplements. It’s like we’re stuck in the stone ages!
Ah, but wait. It seems that technology has FINALLY caught up!
There’s a new little device out of Europe that everyone’s talking about. Even some of the brightest and busiest minds in Silicon Valley are using it to relax and clear their minds so they can fall asleep faster and sleep better. In fact, many are saying that this device is the best biohack to NATURALLY improve sleep virtually overnight!
Yep, sleep technology has finally caught up to the 21st century!
What Is It?
It’s calledDodowand it’s an absolute game changer for anyone in need of better sleep. Dodow is a little round device that’s smaller than most drink coasters. You put it on your night stand and it projects a soft blue light-metronome onto your ceiling. You then focus on and breathe along with the light as it fades in and out.
Sounds crazy, I know. A little blue light does what? But the results are undeniable – I assure you.
Dodow is simple but powerful – exactly how technology should be.
How Does It Work?
Well, as you breathe along with Dodow, you’ll notice the pulsating light starts to slow down. As it does, your breathing slows down too, which causes you to relax and feel sleepy.
By focusing on the light, you’re forced to focus on something outside your own head. You’re no longer focusing on busy, stressful thoughts that keep you awake. Plus, the light has a mesmerizing effect too, which also makes you sleepy.
Within a few minutes, you’re no longer stressed or anxious. You’re basically forced to stop thinking and just relax – the perfect state to quickly fall asleep. Which is exactly why seemingly everyone in Silicon Valley is raving about Dodow – the tech-epicenter of the world that never sleeps – finally can!
Here’s a great short video about how Dodow works….
Get To Sleep Fast, But Also…
Sleep better! Because getting to sleep fast isn’t helpful if your quality of sleep is terrible (which is why I hate sleeping pills – they just knock you out).
When you’re stressed and anxious, but can’t help but fall asleep because you’re so exhausted, your sleep quality suffers. Your dreams are stressful. And you often wake up throughout the night.
So another HUGE benefit of Dodow is that because you’re completely calm and relaxed when you drift off, your dreams are calmer and more soothing, so you get a deeper sleep. Which lets you get a long night of fully restorative sleep and you wake up feeling totally refreshed and ready to go!
What Actually Makes Dodow So Effective?
✅ Takes your mind’s focus off busy, stressful thoughts
✅ Calms and quiets your mind
✅ Slows your breathing down which relaxes your mind and body
✅ Guides long exhales which release CO2 in your bloodstream and makes you feel sleepy
✅ Reduces brainwave frequency which naturally happens right before you fall asleep
✅ Switches off the fight or flight response, which removes anxiety and really helps calm you down.
Why Dodow Is MORE Than A Temporary Solution!
When you’ve had trouble falling asleep for months or even years, you often can’t sleep because you’re worried about not being able to sleep! It becomes this awful negative cycle that spirals out of control.
Dodow breaks the negative cycle the first time you use it…
So instead of a temporary fix like sleeping pills and supplements, Dodow is providing a permanent solution by actually retraining your brain to learn how to fall asleep on its own again. The company even says…
“…WE’RE NOT AFRAID TO SAY IT…IN A FEW MONTHS, YOU MAY NOT EVEN NEED DODOW TO FALL ASLEEP ANYMORE! HOW’S THAT FOR A SLEEP SOLUTION?!”
How Easy Is It To Use?
Of course, as with any new cool tech, it has a touch-responsive surface that lets you do all kinds of things simply by tapping it like, turning it on and off, adjusting the light intensity, and changing the duration of the sleep modes.