By slowing down your breaths to six per minute, Dodow gradually steadies your pulse. It stimulates the part of your brain that’s in charge of lowering your blood pressure and heart rate. The result is that you take longer exhales, release more CO2, your brain’s blood vessels shrink, and you’ll fall asleep two times faster than you usually do.
Maker Alexandre Dujoncquoy cured his insomnia through concentrated breathing. He then teamed up with two product designers to make this technique almost foolproof. Now Dodow lulls over 60,000 people to sleep every night. To join them, all you need to do is breathe.