Mimics the natural sounds of the womb, providing baby with a comforting and familiar background noise to encourages them to fall asleep faster, deeper and for longer.
The soothing red light encourages the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone and is minimally stimulating so won’t disturb baby (or you) once asleep.
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Detects baby’s cries through the night and automatically switches the device back on to play your choice of light and sound settings to soothe baby back to sleep.
While in the womb, babies are enveloped in sound, mum’s voice and heartbeat, the rhythmic movement of the digestive system, the oceanic whoosh of breathing and arterial blood flow, and the filtered sounds of the world outside. Pink noise imitates the natural sounds of the womb and aids in falling asleep faster, deeper and for longer as it provides baby with a comforting and familiar and more natural background noise in comparison to other noises or no noise at all.
To ensure our sound is perfect for baby’s hearing and development, the maximum volume is 50dBA. At this level, the sounds are audible and brain waves pick up on them, but they do not disturb once asleep.
Research has shown that unlike exposure to other lights on the spectrum which significantly suppress melatonin (the sleep hormone), red light exposure allows the production of melatonin which relaxes the body ready for sleep. Our research has shown that a baby sleep solution that incorporates red light could help baby get to sleep faster, sleep longer through the night, and be minimally stimulating during night-time awakenings, making re-settling easier.
Choose from 3 brightness levels, the maximum being 200 lux which is recommended as the brightest setting for the least impact on sleep. Perfect for use as a nightlight when breastfeeding during the night to keep disturbance to a minimum.
The rhythmical pulsing light waves encourage slow, deep breaths to relax the user ready for sleep. The first, faster pulse setting reflects baby’s resting breathing rate of ~20 breaths per minute (bpm), helping to induce sleep in infants. Once baby is asleep, switch to the second, slower pulse setting that mimics your resting breathing rate to help you relax and prime the body for sleep.