Designed to reduce stress and induce sleep, Dreampad is ideal for those who get insufficient sleep. But the Dreampad was originally created as a sleep aide for children with autism. A new study, set to appear in the spring 2017 issue of Open Journal of Occupational Therapy, reports, “This study suggests the Dreampad may be an effective intervention for children with ASD (autistic spectrum disorder) who have sleep problems, either in conjunction with a comprehensive OT (occupational therapy) program or on its own. Given the association between sleep problems, reduced behavioral performance and parental stress, this may be an effective sleep intervention program for ASD populations.”
Other studies show the Dreampad can also benefit those with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and anyone else with difficulty sleeping.
The Dreampad produces sound you can feel that triggers feelings of tranquility, helping the body and mind relax. Each pillow comes with a free music app that includes a timer, alarm and range of settings for listening. Prices range from $149 to $179. For more information, visit dreampadsleep.com.
See how it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJ_IMvVQq9o.