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Sleep Partner – wristband promises to normalise your body clock


sleeppartner Sleep Partner   wristband promises to normalise your body clock

The Sleep Partner wrist band apparently ‘stimulates the acupuncture points of the wrist associated with sleep’ and by so doing, helps you get a good night’s snooze. There’s a cell battery involved somewhere so we can only assume it’s shocking you to sleep in some way. Which is certainly novel. We’ll stick to a cup of hot chocolate and our dog-eared copy of War & Peace. Thanks very much. £19.95.

 The natural drug-free answer could be the Sleep Partner, a simple bracelet strap that stimulates the acupuncture points of the wrist associated with sleep to create sleep-inducing stress relief and help normalize your body’s biological clock. It’s advised that you strap on the device 30 minutes before planned sleep and keep it on throughout the night.

 Sleep Partner   wristband promises to normalise your body clock

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



  • http://foro.applesana.es/18/16620/sleep-partner-curioso-reloj-de-acupuntura.html Sleep Partner, curioso reloj de acupuntura

    [.. Acabo de ver este tipo de reloj Sleep Partner que veis en la foto de arriba.
    Por lo visto simula los puntos de acupuntura y normaliza el cuerpo ..]

  • magda olson

    Yo sufria de insomnio y en desesperacion comence con acupuntura y me funciono muy bien. Cada tarde que tenia acupuntura duermia como un bebé, asi que cuando vi estas pulseras pues inmediatamente compre una similar (de un modelo diferente en Estados Unidos). La he provado tres noches seguidas sin acupuntura y he dormido bien. Tengo que decir que he combinado la pulsera con "iones negativos" y terapia de luz. Yo vivo en Estados Unidos en Minnesota, que es un lugar increiblemente frio y oscuro en el invierno. Con la falta de luz me vino el insomnio y me compre tambien una "caja de luz" con terapia de iones negativos. Para el lector de arriba que seguro vive en España, la falta de luz puede no ser un problema (yo he visitado Andalucia un par de veces y la falta sol no es problema, pero en el norte, pues no sé). Buena suerte. Febrero, 2009.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/Nigel Nigel Powell

      Courtesy of Google Translate – :)

      “I am suffering from insomnia and in desperation I started with acupuncture and works very well. Every evening I had acupuncture duermia as a baby, so when I saw these bracelets then immediately buy a similar (to a different model in the U.S.). I provide three consecutive nights without sleep and I have acupuncture. I must say that I have the bracelet combined with “negative ions” and light therapy. I live in the United States in Minnesota, a place that is incredibly cold and dark in winter. With the lack of light I had insomnia and I also buy a “light box” with negative ion therapy. For the reader up to secure lives in Spain, the lack of light can not be a problem (I have visited Spain a couple of times and the lack sun is no problem, but in the north, because I do not know). Good luck. February, 2009.”

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