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Metronome Light Sleep Aid

Inhale and exhale to the pulse of this little lamp to fall asleep. It’s a sleep relaxation aid that takes you from 11 to 6 breaths per minute, which steadies your heart rate and lulls you to sleep fast. Invented by a cured insomniac and two designers, Dodow is like a personal meditation coach that has helped over 60,000 people sleep soundly.

  • Synchronizing breaths with the light helps you learn to meditate
  • Features two time modes, 8 or 20 minutes
  • Projects an animated blue light onto the ceiling and rhythmically pulses for easy-to-follow breathing
  • Pulsing light achieves the ideal 6 breaths per minute breathing rate
  • Helps to regulate breathing to assist with insomnia
  • Touchpad design
  • Automatic shut-off
  • Battery operated using 3 AAA batteries
  • Please note: Not recommended for children under 6, as they might not be able to follow the breathing rhythm
  • Made in China


0.8" x 3.35" diameter


0.22 lb


ABS plastic, LED light, and elastomer



Like a personal guided meditation, this pulsating lamp helps you fall asleep quickly and soundly—and there’s solid science behind it. Match your inhales and exhales to the pulses, and your body will take over from there. 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.