It’s the best way to fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up refreshed. It is not a supplement, sleep tracker nor a sleep monitor and far beyond a white noise machine or sleep sounds machine.
2breathe has won the CES 2017 Innovation award for its unique solution to sleep issues.
2breathe is a revolutionary new smart device, that consists of a bluetooth breathing sensor and mobile phone App that providing guided breathing techniques to help induce sleep.
The inability to fall and stay asleep is often caused by wondering, intrusive thoughts and stress. Therefore, 2breathe induces sleep by delivering a 10 minute, personalized pre-sleep breathing session, that is proven to reduce sympathetic neural activity and help relax your mind and body towards sleep.
Every person has a unique breathing pattern. 2breathe composes real-time music based on the user’s monitored breathing pattern, slowing it down and prolonging exhalation. This personalized guiding melody is at the core of the Device Guided Breathing technology.
Other ‘sleep apps’ that guide breathing usually apply pre-recorded tones with fixed rhythm. The melody is not adaptive to the inhale-exhale ratio of the user.
This mismatch may be important for reducing pre-sleep tension, where the user has to minimize his focus on “instructions” and efforts to adapt his breathing pattern to the guiding pattern.
Results vary from person to person. Some people experience the benefit straight away - others take longer. Benefits do accumulate after a few weeks of daily use.
2breathe recommended use instructions are daily 10 minutes pre-sleep Breathe sessions, with a minimum of 40 minutes a week. After the first week, you may add in - bed sleep sessions as needed.
You can purchase it now from $195.95 (new) on Amazon.com here.
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