Get a Good Night’s Sleep With Lifewave’s New Sleep Patch!

When you’re stressed, overworked, and exhausted, you still need to get a good night’s sleep. But that can be hard when your mind is racing with thoughts of work and family. The Lifewave company has created a product that helps people relax by delivering the relaxing benefits of a massage right to your skin: the sleep patch.

What Is A Sleep Patch?

A sleep patch is a small device that you wear on your skin to help you fall and stay asleep. It’s noninvasive, so there’s no risk of side effects or allergic reactions.

  • The patch delivers a gentle current to your body through electrodes in the band (or adhesive pad). The current is not harmful to you or anyone else who might be near you during use.
  • You wear the patch for about an hour before going to bed, then remove it and place it somewhere safe until morning (that means not under your mattress!).

The Science Behind Sleep Patches

The science behind sleep patches is complex, but we’ll try to break it down for you. Melatonin is a hormone that naturally occurs in our bodies and plays an important role in regulating sleep. Melatonin is produced by the pineal gland, which sits just above your brain stem (where your brain connects to your spinal cord).

The pineal gland produces melatonin based on how much light you get during the day—more during daylight hours, less at night. This helps control our circadian rhythm, or “body clock”: our internal clock that tells us when to fall asleep and wake up each day. The body secretes more melatonin at night than during the day because it’s easier for us to sleep when there’s not as much light around us.

How Do Sleep Patches Work?

Sleep patches are thin, adhesive patches that stick to your skin. They have a small electric current that helps calm your nervous system and reduce stress so that you can sleep better. They’re completely safe to use, and they don’t cause any side effects or drug interactions. Sleep patches are also known as wireless transdermal devices (WTDs).

Here’s how the sleep patch works: The patch contains a tiny electric circuit that sends gentle pulses of electricity through your skin and into underlying tissue, where it creates an effect similar to acupuncture without actually having needles inserted into your body.

When using a Lifewave WTD for sleep support, the device sends mild electrical impulses through the outermost layer of skin at a frequency of 25 Hz (25 times per second). Using this technology is similar to receiving TENS therapy or transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) which both send electrical signals directly through nerves in order to relieve pain and muscle tension during recovery from injury or surgery—in fact, two studies have shown that using these types of devices can help relieve depression symptoms as well!

Are Sleep Patches Right For Me?

The short answer is yes! But you should be honest with yourself about your sleep patterns first. If you aren’t getting enough sleep, a sleep patch may be just what the doctor ordered. On the other hand, if you are already sleeping well and only looking to improve upon an already positive situation (i.e., no issues falling asleep), then a patch won’t do anything more than help lull you into a deeper slumber—which isn’t necessarily a bad thing.


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