Wrist band to help sleep

A new product to help with sleep is, Hivox DM-800 Dreamate Wristband Biofeedback Device called Dreamate™ and is a biofeedback device designed to help you sleep better without medication and side effects.

It is a bracelet-size device which helps to improve the quality of your sleep by massaging key acupressure points on the inner left wrist. The massage helps to re-tune the biological clock and train your body to relax and sleep. Many users naturally gain up to 55 minutes of restful sleep per night using this new device
Sleep is as extremely important to your health and well-being just as exercise and a healthy diet. It gives your body a chance to repair so you can feel great every day. If you don’t get enough rest, it’s hard to be at your best.

While everyone has different sleep needs, the National Sleep Foundation recommends that most people get about eight hours of sleep per night. And it’s not just the number of hours that count. It’s also the quality of the sleep. It’s important to get an uninterrupted, restful night’s sleep that includes “deep” or “slow wave” sleep—the most restorative phase of your night’s sleep.

Signs that you’re probably not getting enough sleep

• No one jumps out of bed every morning, but if feeling lethargic and groggy is a regular part of your day, you’re probably not getting the sleep you need.
• Problems falling asleep and staying asleep during the night can also be a result of bad sleep habits.
• Needing more than 30 minutes to get to sleep is usually a sign of not getting enough.
Being well rested doesn’t just mean you don’t feel sleepy. A good night’s sleep can have several significant benefits that can bring out your best self.

Benefits of a good sleep regimen can include:

• Stress Reduction
• Better concentration
• Better mood and emotional well-being
• Sharpened senses
• A strong immune system to help your body fight illness

Being at your best means being rested. So do yourself a favor and give the same focus and effort you give to what you put in your body to get the rest you need. You’ll feel a whole lot better in the end.
If you continue to suffer from insomnia every night for about two weeks, it is probably best to visit your family doctor or a sleep specialist. Sleep medicine is a recognized medical subspecialty. Doctors who specialize in sleep medicine help people who are unable to sleep well. Sleep doctors are able to detect and treat both common and rare sleep disorders. Some common sleep disorders are insomnia, jet lag, sleepwalking, snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.

In fact, your doctor may recommend the wrist sleep band device for you to use.