I've always had an extremely tough time falling asleep at night.
No matter how tired I was before going to bed, the minute my head hit the pillow my eyes would snap open and it would be impossible to turn off my brain. Suddenly, every embarrassing thing I've ever said or done popped into my mind and I grew more and more stressed out as I thought about all the work I had to get done the next day. Very conducive to quality sleep, right?
Not so much.
I finally decided to find a product that could help. That's how I discovered the Dodow, the new sleep aid that has already helped over 500,000 people get a better night's sleep.
This nifty little gadget sits on your bedside table and projects a glowing halo onto your ceiling.
You take a deep breath in as the halo grows, hold it for a moment, and then breathe out as it shrinks. It starts out by guiding you through 11 breaths per minute and gradually slows down until you're taking just 6 breaths per minute. And, before you know it, you're asleep.
That's it. No medications or uncomfortable monitoring devices are required.
The Dodow works by quieting your busy mind. Because you're focusing on the glowing light and working to align your breathing, you're able to stop fixating on other things and open yourself up to deep, restful sleep. Plus, with regular use, it actually retrains your brain to be able to shut down easier so you can fall asleep on your own again.
Still have questions about how to rewire your brain for sleep? The video above walks you through how the Dodow works so you can decide if it's right for you.