Everybody needs a good night’s sleep. Personally, I’ve had countless nights of not being able to fall asleep, especially at times when I have a ton of things to do the next day. There are plenty of options to battle sleepless nights, and MindLax designed a sleeping mat that uses a three-step science-based process. Its aim is to lull you into a deep sleep, leaving you energized and fresh in the morning. The mat triggers the body’s natural processes to induce relaxation and better sleep using tactile-aural mechanisms.
The technology was born from consistent research in psychology and non-drug intervention technology in the field of cognitive brain science. The company reports that out of more than 2,000 early test users, 90% of the users have seen improvements in their sleep. MindLax’s goal is to aid people to sleep smarter to live a better life.
A solution toward natural sleep
MindLax is a plush mat made with high-end alloy and silky materials. The material of the mat has a skin and environmentally-friendly cationic air layer material to really maximize its soothing effect. Its main structure is made up of special metal resonant plates and a set of mechanical wave exciters. The vibroacoustic effects generate a gentle and pleasant vibration through the mat. It also employs vibroacoustic therapy and tactile-aural mechanisms to improve comfort and aid in the sleeping process.
The company claims this will make you fall asleep quickly — as fast as 10 minutes — rest better throughout the night and wake up feeling refreshed. The battery can last up to 25 days. MindLax comes with a carrying bag, power adapter, charging cable, and user manual. The mat does not contain any hard speakers, although it will produce some sounds. The sleeping mat is powered by patented Neuro TIM and Neuro Arc technology, which gently stimulates the body cells. This influences alpha waves in the brain through vibroacoustic waves and conduction.
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MindLax employs a ground-breaking multi-frequency waveguide system (MWS). This generates high-fidelity immersive sound waves and vibrations that travel through its unique material. It engages the nervous system and stimulates the spine, muscles, and brain to achieve a quick state of relaxation, leading to fast and quality sleep. MWS helps the brain transition from alert to relaxed.
It also incorporated an AI algorithm to help maximize its effect, no matter the length of sleep. The sounds and vibrations from MindLax can mimic different sounds such as a bird chirping or a car ride. Apart from aiding in sleeping, these effects also help the user relax or meditate.
The science behind the sleeping mat
A variety of rare metals created through a special military process and advanced ion coating process makes up MindLax’s alloy material. This is then attached to the alloy sheet. The metal sheet generates vibrations that can stimulate the vagal nerves to regulate the autonomic nervous system.
This is why the MindLax sleeping mat works through auditory and tactile channels, although the ratio of the tactile part is much higher than the auditory part. First, the tactile interaction signal is transmitted through the peripheral nervous system. Then, it acts on the hypothalamus, producing cortisol to achieve the effect of being calm and relaxed, stress-free, and sleepy.
The portable design allows users to take it with them wherever, and use it whenever they want to take a quick nap, meditate, or do yoga. At the moment, MindLax has a fully-funded Kickstarter campaign that still has 25 days to go before it closes. Its app is available for iOS and Android.
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Source: PR Newswire