Maybe the NightWave can. This is a small device that you place on your bedside table that uses a soft blue light to silently guide your breathing and focus your mind. Users lie with their eyes open and synchronize their breathing with the rise and fall of the soft light as its movement becomes slower and slower. By focusing your mind on the ebb and flow of the light and controlling your breathing, your body physically relaxes and, after a short time, the NightWave shuts off and you fall asleep. It sounds like an interesting alternative to medication and only costs $49.99.
Can a pulsing light solve your insomnia problems?
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