Lightsleeper Will Help Your Insomnia

Counting sleep in order to fall asleep might not be for everyone, so if you need modern tech to help you sleep, the LightSleeper will probably fit the bill. It works by projecting a light onto the ceiling in a controlled, circular motion, and following it with your eyes should encourage the mind to relax, helping you get the shuteye that you want. It’ll switch off automatically after 30 minutes, but you’re free to reactivate it by tapping it gently. It’ll set you back £125, but that’s well worth the price of a good night’s sleep, right?

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