SleepCogni the ultimate solution to sleep disorders
If you have to take sleeping pills in order to get some sleep, you are suffering from insomnia, tried everything but still failing to sleep then there is finally a big solution introduced for your all kinds of sleeping disorders. Sleep Congni is a device introduced to overcome all problems related to sleeping. Ultimately you don’t have to take sleep pills once you start using sleepcogni. Its is a revolutionary new product designed to give insomniacs everywhere what they have been looking for – a good night’s sleep induced naturally without the risk of drug dependency. SleepCogni offers an answer to sleep deprivation – something the Centre of Disease & Control describes as a global health epidemic.
SleepCogni is developed by award winning medical device inventor Richard Mills (in response to his own battles with sleepless nights), SleepCogni is a unique bedside sleep device that is backed by some very clever technology and supported by Sheffield Hallam University and international sleep expert and founder of the London Sleep Centre, Dr Irshaad Ebrahim.
SleepCogni monitors heart rate, mental alertness, skin temperature and movement. It is a non-invasive, and as simple to use as pressing a button. Personalized to the user, SleepCogni interacts with the patient to produce a programme of audio, visual and tactile cues to help induce sleep. The device also trains the brain with its programs, which means the more it’s used, the more effective it becomes. We are all hyper-aroused and over-stimulated from the moment we awaken; triggering our ‘fight or flight’ mode. For many, winding down before bed involves films, phones, browsing the internet and devices that emit blue light are suppressing melatonin – delaying natural cues to sleep. SleepCogni reverses the ill effects of all of this with a revolutionary technology that doesn’t stimulate. NASA have recently used the same LED technology on the international space station, which helps astronauts differentiate between day and night.
“SleepCogni is providing a means to switch off today’s busy active minds, by combining environmental and personal data into an interactive sensory experience and the gold standard insomnia treatment,” added Richard. “It’s a modern means of counting sheep and clinically proven to help.”
SleepCogni is available on Kickstarter from Tuesday 10 November. The first 850 ‘early birds’ will receive the device for a 50% discounted price of £99 ($149) and delivered in June 2016. The device will go on sale to the wider public in September 2016.