Thursday, October 22, 2009

Having Trouble Sleeping? NightWave is the answer!!


Since Brian's accident, we've been having trouble sleeping. Brian is taking prescription medications and I have tried to avoid those, but have taken them on occasion. I was so thrilled to come across the NightWave Sleep Assistant.

The NightWave Sleep Assistant is recommended by sleep specialists, easy to carry - toss it in your purse or luggage when you travel, and can even be used to reduce anxiety during the day.

The Nightwave Sleep Assistant came in the mail and I was excited to give it a try. One of my friends was over and we were talking about it and she wanted to give it a try. I let her try it first (cause that is how I roll LOL!!).

This is her response to me on how she liked it:

"The NightWave worked pretty good when I was going to sleep initially. It helps to shut down all the things going through your head and concentrate on your breathing and to slow yourself down. I'm not a true insomniac so I don't know how helpful it would be for someone who is. One of the benefits would be that there's no hangover, like with meds and you don't need a prescription for it."

So, I got it back from her and gave it a try. Brian likes to sleep with the TV on, this is part of the problem I have with going to sleep easy. I convinced him to give it a try for a short period of time. I have to agree with my friend, it helps to shut down all the thoughts going through my head at night. I'm constantly going over things I didn't get done, things to do the next day, worrying unnecessarily or whatever else is going on. The light is not too bright, I was a little concerned about that. I did have to turn off the bedside clock that shines on our ceiling. I did feel more relaxed and was able to let go of all the thoughts. I fell asleep easier and it seemed that I stayed asleep longer. I think after using it for a period of time that it is going to help with the early morning waking. I like knowing that it won't be waking Brian!!

The NightWave Sleep Assistant helps you to fall asleep by helping you to relax. The light shines on your ceiling is a soft blue light that changes intensity as you match your breathing to the light. I was worried that I would feel like I was holding my breath, but it wasn't like that at all. It was gentle, deep breathing.

I HIGHLY recommend you try the NightWave Sleep Assistant if you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. It's much cheaper than medication and you will feel better in the morning!

Head over today and order your own NightWave Sleep Assistant and get a good night's rest!

5 comments:

  1. This sounds like an intersting product! I only have occasional insomnia (i think because of over active brain!) LOL! Is there sound involved, or just the blue light that changes intensity?

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  2. Jules - there is no sound, just the light. It is so relaxing. I think the deep breathing really helps!

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  3. Sounds interesting. I have trouble sleeping sometimes, but since doing the Insanity workout I have been sleeping pretty good. :)

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  4. We have one of those white noise sound machines that we use every night. Works quite well!

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