All of us have at some point or the other experienced a bad night’s sleep. There are many factors that can impact how good of a sleep you can get, but in case you’re experiencing bad nights more often than not, a device by the name of URGOnight claims that it will help you get a better night’s rest.

URGOnight is a headband that is meant to be worn during the day. What it does is that it claims it will help “train” your brain through brain-controlled exercises based on neurofeedback. The idea is that by training your brain to produce the brainwaves that will enhance your natural sleep, you will end up having a good night’s rest.

It might sound a bit unbelievable, but neurofeedback is apparently a proven method used in research labs and sleep centers, so what URGOnight is doing is bringing that tech into a device that you can wear at home. Now, whether or not the device can deliver as promised remains to be seen as we have yet to try it ourselves, but if you’re interested, its creators have launched an Indiegogo campaign for it.

If you have $250 to spare and wouldn’t mind backing the project, head on over to its website for the details, or check out the video above that walks you through the device.

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