If your man has problems with sleep and nervous work, and most importantly, he does not have time for himself, take care of him and buy what he needs for peace of mind.
Sleeping well is an almost inaccessible luxury for a modern person. Lack of sleep further increases stress. Therefore, scientists have come up with many amazing devices, in fact, mechanical tricks for good sleep.
1. Electronic earplugs.
Not only do they block out external noise, but they can also function as a player and even an alarm clock if desired. At night, before going to bed, they will turn on the sounds of nature or relaxing music. And in the morning they will wake up so that the person sleeping next to you does not hear. If you get up later than your chosen one, then this gift will come in handy.
2. Blanket with densifying agent.
Often, after stressful situations, some cannot fall asleep, toss and turn under the covers, crumpling them, as a result, they can wrap them around their necks, and their legs will remain bare.
A very heavy blanket will suit such a person. The meaning of its impact is in the uniform distribution of pressure throughout the body (called sensory pressure technique). And the feeling of a cozy cocoon. Thanks to such a blanket, the body relaxes faster, stress passes.
3. Dream cube.
An interesting device (we have not tested it ourselves, we admit it right away) – the cube emits weak impulses of a low-frequency electric field, which are completely safe in terms of impact. But at the same time, these fluctuations imitate the level of the earth’s electromagnetic field during the day and at night, that is, in fact, this cube projects biorhythms. Our brain perceives rhythmic, monotonous vibrations at night as dizziness, and in the morning it begins to emit other, invigorating waves, due to which it is easier to wake up.
What is especially nice is the Russian invention, the Skolkovo biomedical cluster project.
4. Luminous assistant to fall asleep.
If you can’t fall asleep normally, try a projector: the projection on the ceiling or wall will flicker slowly, reporting the rhythms of breathing. Blinking is based on the yoga 4-7-8 breathing technique (inhale for 4 seconds, hold your breath for 7 seconds, exhale for 8 seconds). Or a relaxing breathing technique (inhale for 4 seconds, exhale for 6 seconds).
Such a projection helps to align the breath, frees the head from unnecessary thoughts. And it will turn off when you fall asleep.
5. Smart watch with sleep phase tracking.
This device won’t help you fall asleep or wake up, but it will help you keep track of how many sleep stages you have during the night. Well, the heap counts the pulse, heartbeat and other parameters. And they tell you no. Essentially a primitive home therapist.
BY THE WAY
A pillow that will breathe with you
This device was only invented by Japanese scientists. They did some research and found that their breathable pillow is great for stress relief and deep sleep. Imagine that you feel bad, and someone very confident and calm hugs you. You began to breathe in rhythm with his breathing… and you calmed down!
This is the meaning of the new Japanese invention: Fufuly pillow has the shape of an ordinary pillow, but it is actually a mechanism with “rhythmic synchronization phenomenon”. That is, you lie on it, hug it and breathe in a measured rhythm, as if you were lying on a person’s chest.
The pillow has three breathing modes: measured, deep, and relaxing. According to the manufacturing companies, five minutes of such hugs are enough, and the stress level is noticeably reduced.