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NightWave - L'assistant de sommeil
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- NightWave (TM) Sleep Assistant helps people fall asleep more easily, For people who experience common insomnia due to stress, restless thoughts, feelings of agitation, or jet lag, Silent, completely natural, non-invasive, and requires no headphones, wires or masks, Less expensive, less risky, and more supportive of overall health than prescription sleep medications, Safe and effective for all ages. Recommended by Dr Chris Steele on ITV This Morning
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NightWave (TM) Sleep Assistant helps people fall asleep more easily, For people who experience common insomnia due to stress, restless thoughts, feelings of agitation, or jet lag, Silent, completely natural, non-invasive, and requires no headphones, wires or masks, Less expensive, less risky, and more supportive of overall health than prescription sleep medications, Safe and effective for all ages. Recommended by Dr Chris Steele on ITV This Morning
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* The speed, especially as I began to relax further, was too fast and I could not keep the one pace steady without adjusting my breath constantly which in the end was distracting and uncomfortable. Since people's metabolic rates are all different, they could have the pace adjustable within a healthy, restful range to accommodate a slightly slower or faster pace. Pacing control, with simple up/down arrows on either side of a center position "on" button would be a great, useable feature.
* An even better upgrade would be additional controls via a screen so you can change modes in the dark if your session times out or if you happen to wake up and need to restart a session. This box appears to be made on a *very* small budget and I'd feel better about the $50 price I paid if it were reflected better in the components.
* The time out/off settings could be longer; at times it has taken me literally hours to fall asleep and I had a hard time relaxing knowing I needed to "beat the clock" to fall asleep or it would shut off. A one hour setting would be helpful.
* I knew when I bought it that the unit requires your eyes open to follow the light but now in hindsight after trying the unit it seems less of a good idea; I have since found that there are eye masks that have a blue blinking light built in that *may* have the same effect as the Nightwave even with the eyes closed. I haven't tried a mask version yet because of the issue I had with keeping an imposed pace of breathing.
Unfortunately this unit in its current form did not work well for me.
Nothing helped. A therapist/friend told me about the NightWave, and I gave it a try even though I didn't have much hope left.
When I turned on the NightWave that first night, I watched its soft, blue light reflecting on my ceiling. As the light grew larger and smaller, I felt my breathing start to calm down and my eyes getting sleepy. I dozed off - but woke up again after a few minutes. It didn't seem to be working for me, but I gave it one more try. I turned it on again - and again watched the calming blue light grow large and small and felt my breathing fall into the same easy rhythm. Next thing I knew; it was morning! I'd had my first good night's sleep in months.
After three weeks of peaceful nights, it felt like my body's rhythms were reset.
When my granddaughter came to visit us, she was nervous that first night and had trouble settling down. I turned on my soft, blue light for her, and we both relaxed and fell asleep.
Now that I'm sleeping again, I've had enough energy left over to pursue a lifelong dream. I've writen a series of books for other grandparents to read to their grandchildren. Someday (soon) I hope to have those books here on Amazon.com too.
NightWave helped me to have sweet dreams - day and night.