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Sleep Shepherd

Biofeedback Sleep Hat

$149.95

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The Sleep Shepherd is a wearable sleep aid that uses a low, rhythmic audio tone to decrease brain activity and lull you to sleep. It’s a hat made to be worn comfortably all night, using light, breathable, audio-conductive material, so no headphones or buds are necessary.

  • Materials: 85% nylon, 15% spandex, silver sensors, hi-fidelity speakers, plastic housing, custom PCB, lithium ion battery
  • Care: Hand wash, do not submerge in water
  • The first at home sleep device that monitors your brainwaves in real time and uses a biofeedback loop to help you fall asleep quickly through the use of specially engineered tones
  • All-natural, drug-free sleep solution
  • Lightweight, breathable fabric
  • Helps slow your brainwaves down so you can relax and fall asleep naturally
  • Designed for those with a healthy, functioning auditory center (hearing in BOTH ears)
  • Rechargeable lithium ion battery charges with included USB cord and wall charge
  • Helps you fall back to sleep if you wake up during the night, but will not prevent you from waking up due to loud and abrupt ambient sounds such as an alarm or crying baby
  • Sleep Shepherd Sizing Chart
  • Hat does not connect to the App. For App compatibility, please consider the Sleep Shepherd Sleep Headband
  • Note: The Sleep Shepherd is not a medical device, diagnostic tool, or a clinical intervention of any kind
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions 9" x 10.5”
  • Weight: 0.3 lb.

59 Reviews (3.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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Miracle!

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I bought this for my husband who has had sleep problems due to medications and to sleep apnea, He is finally able to achieve deep REM sleep...More >

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Finally! A good night's sleep!

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I purchased this for a friend of mine who has suffered from chronic insomnia for years. Because of the number of medications he is already taking,...More >

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Best Sleep Ever

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I have essential tremors and sleep is always been hard for me. I am usually tired and yawning throughout the day. I have always thought I have...More >

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Skeptic Converted

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I ended up buying two of these after the first one worked so well for my husband who has not had a good nights sleep in 20 years- Nothing before...More >

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The sleep hat works for us!

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My husband has always been a light and poor sleeper. Most nights he has relies on Ambien to sleep.With the hat he gets to sleep faster and goes...More >

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About Sleep Shepherd

Sound Slumber

The Sleep Shepherd is a wearable, all natural sleeping aid. It’s a cap that uses a faint audio signal to lull you to sleep, and monitors your brain activity to help keep you there.

The audio signals create a reaction that the Founder calls the “virtual hammock effect.” The hat emits precise tones into your ears that mimic a sound swaying back and forth. As your brain deciphers the difference in frequency coming from either ear, this creates the effect of a slow rhythm. Your brain starts to follow that and slows down, and the Sleep Shepherd automatically adjusts the individual tones using a
biofeedback loop.

Throughout the night, if you wake up or your brain starts ramping up again, the Sleep Shepherd responds. It reintroduces the tone to slow down your mind and keep you snoozing.

Sleep is a subject that kept Founder Dr. Michael Larson, Ph. D from MIT, awake from time to time. His daughter suffers from narcolepsy, and her prescription drugs often kept her awake for hours. He wanted a drug-free way to help her fall asleep.

The Sleep Shepherd is made with lightweight, breathable fabric that’s audio-conductive. That means no earphones or buds to plug into your ears, and you won’t get too hot wearing it. Admittedly, it’s not something you’d wear in public, but hey, you look kind of silly when you are sound asleep, too. Which you will be.
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