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Wearable Device Review: Refurbished DreamOn Sleep Device

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Wearable Device Review: Refurbished DreamOn Sleep Device

Getting a good night’s sleep can be difficult, but technology can make it easier. More specifically, the DreamOn sleep device offers a restful sleep for those who tend to stay up too late due to stress and whirling thoughts. It uses cognitive-behavioral therapy to retrain your brain to fall asleep.

Most people prefer to avoid medications when it comes to sleeping better. A pill may work, but it can be habit forming and you may sleep deeper than you really want to. For this reason, the wearable sleep tech designed by DreamOn is a great alternative. It helps the vast majority of people sleep better and faster.

 

How It Works

If you are constantly lying in bed and thinking, you know how hard it can be to shut your mind off and just drift off. The DreamOn puts you into a meditative state that will clear out your mind and allow you to succumb to sleep quickly and easily. Many users report rapid improvement in their sleep patterns.

As you go to bed, you put the DreamOn device on your wrist and it will give small pulses regularly. This gives your mind something to focus on and helps clear the flurry of thoughts that often accompany bedtime. By focusing on the pulses, you are gently lulled into sleepiness and then fall asleep before you know it.

The pulses help your mind activate neurons in the brain to sync with the slow-wave sleep frequencies. It does require some concentration in the beginning, but eventually, you will fall asleep quickly.

Thanks to technology, it’s possible to sleep without actually forming a bad habit. When you don’t have the device on you, you should be able to slow your heart rate and breathing on your own with enough practice.

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Is Refurbished a Good Choice?

Refurbished usually means that the device has been used previously and returned for whatever reason. If the original price tag of $149 seems a bit steep, then a refurbished model, at $99, may be more your style. However, it’s important to note that these are still quality devices and basically as new.

The bands are taken and examined by the DreamOn technicians, before being cleaned and set onto a new band. They include the exact same specs as the brand-new versions, so you’re getting the same thing for a lower price.

 

Pros and Cons of the DreamOn

On the plus side, the refurbished DreamOn sleep device comes with a comfortable band so you can wear it on your wrist as you drift off. An app connects to the device and tracks your sleep. Based on what the app learns about your sleep patterns, it can offer suggestions and tips to help you get a better night’s sleep, apart from just using the device.

The battery lasts for at least three nights, which is fine for most people. You may take to charging it every couple of days to ensure the battery is always at its max. With a price point of $99 for the refurbished version, it’s easy to justify the investment in a good night’s sleep. It’s also comfortable, with a neoprene band and weighing just 2 oz.

Another pro is that if you wake up in the middle of the night, you can simply tap the device and have it lull you back to sleep. This is particularly useful for those who have babies they need to get up with or if you get up throughout the night to use the bathroom. No more lying there for hours trying to sleep again.

The cons are multiple but seem to depend on the person. Some people cannot fall asleep with the clicking noise that accompanies the pulsing sensation. They find it annoying and counterproductive, though the manual does offer suggestions to alleviate this. Others found that the device simply didn’t work for them, which is to be expected, as nothing works 100%. However, you can return the device within 30 days if you find out you are one of those who don’t respond to it.

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What People Are Saying

When it comes to reviews for the DreamOn device, most are positive. Most of the negative reviews are because of glitches with the app or the clicking noise that comes with the pulses. These are things that not everyone can put up with and it has resulted in a few negative reviews.

Others are thrilled with the product. Here are a few examples:

Tim: “The best part about this product is how effective it is and with no medication or magnetics.”

Noam G. says, “DreamOn has changed my sleep patterns and my nights. I no longer fear getting little sleep – now I look forward to deeply departing from the world into the world of dreams. I awake refreshed, happy, and content.”

Aventis1 shared this: “Don’t know how it works, but it does! I seem to go to sleep faster.”

 

Alternatives to the DreamOn Device

The actual DreamOn company now has a second version with more controllable and enhanced pulse settings, as well as meditation scripts and videos to help you sleep. It’s still in pre-order mode but looks to be an enormous improvement over the original.

The Somnox Sleep Robot is another option that helps you relax and sleep, using a cuddly robotic pillow. It regulates your breathing and uses sounds to slow your brainwaves and help you fall asleep. It’s unique and natural, with music, white noise, guided meditation, and more available.

The Japanese sleep aid, Nemuriale, beats like a heart, using similar methods to the DreamOn device to calm your heart rate. It’s small and plush, with a rhythm that gradually fades out over 20 minutes, by which time, you should be asleep. It’s also used to reduce stress and anxiety.

If you’re looking for something to help you sleep better, there are several sleep aids on the market that don’t involve medication. You can use these options, such as the DreamOn device to help you sleep faster and more soundly. The end result? Feeling more energetic and alive when you are awake.

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