Designed for those who have trouble quieting the millions of thoughts that race through their head at night, the Dodow device helps relax you. With an easy swipe of your finger, a blue light is projected onto the ceiling, allowing you to breathe in and out as the light expands and contracts. By focusing on the light, your attention is taken away from other thoughts and reduces brain activity. As you work to steady your breath, the baroreflex (a physiological mechanism that corrects the imbalance in the autonomic nervous system) will take hold and slow your breathing from eleven to six breaths per minute as you drift peacefully off to sleep.
Dodow is a metronome with a light system that teaches you how to fall asleep naturally, without taking any medicine.
Tap the touch-sensitive surface once for the 8-minute mode and twice for the 20-minute mode.
At the end of the exercise (8 or 20 minutes) Dodow switches itself off.
With Dodow, someone who normally takes 60 minutes to fall asleep will take no more than 25 - and will gain around hundred more hours of sleep per year.
More than 150,000 people are already falling asleep with Dodow. Amongst them, those who have difficulties getting to sleep (aged 6 years and up); troubled thoughts, stress, restlessness, chronic insomnia, etc.