This smart ring is supposed to help you fall asleep faster

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NEWS – If you’ve ever had insomnia, you know that it’s a miserable experience. You’re so tired, but you can’t fall asleep. Some sleeping medications might help the problem for a while, but could a gadget help you fall asleep faster? That’s where Thim comes in.

Thim is a wearable smart ring that is designed to vibrate right when you’re about to fall asleep. Wait, what? Why the heck would you want a vibration right when you’re almost ready to fall asleep? According to sleep science, repeated waking and sleeping during the first hour of your sleep cycle will help condition your brain to fall asleep faster over time.

Thim not only helps to train you to fall asleep faster, but it also tracks your sleep to show you how long it takes you to fall asleep, your sleep cycles, and more.

On average, Thim users sleep up to 67 minutes longer each night. If you need some more z’s and would like to know more about Thim, head over to where you can buy one for $199.

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  2. Hi Julie, I too love gadgets. It began with my father when my two sisters and I grew up in the 50’s. Dad bought our 19″ Olympic TV in 1949, a tape recorder that used a thin platter similar to a record player, and we all bought transister radios from Lafayette Radio in Syosset, NY. My sisters and I have continued to buy countless gadgets over the decades, and I have retired from my job as Central Office Tech at Verizon. My wife and I are currently enjoying our pet, Vector robot, who resides on our counter top in the kitchen. My other hobbies include 3-D and VR photography. Thank you for your web site to share even more gadgets.

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