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  • Hacking Your Subconscious Mind: How to Solve Problems in Your Sleep

    What if there were a tool that you could use to solve problems, come up with unexpected solutions and drive creativity? What if I told you it will cost you nothing and requires very little effort to use?

    The subconscious mind is an incredibly powerful tool but few take advantage of it.

    Your subconscious works throughout the day when you are both awake and asleep but takes over entirely when you sleep. Free from the interference of daily life and external stimuli, at night your subconscious mind has nearly all the resources of your brain at its disposal. With the subconscious mind dominating such a large portion of your life, you need to put it to work.

    Thomas Edison once stated, "Never go to sleep without a request to your subconscious."

    Here's how to make that request:

    1. Get a journal, or prep a notes app on your phone.
    2. Before going to sleep, take a few minutes to think about and write down the things that you want to accomplish.
    3. Ask yourself questions about your goals and how to achieve them. What's stopping you from moving forward?
    4. Develop a few very specific questions and write them down.
    5. Lock these in by repeating them and consciously making the request to solve them to your subconscious.

    While sleeping, your subconscious mind will get to work, approaching the problems from a variety of angles and making connections that may hold the answers to your problems.

    Upon waking:

    1. Grab your journal or notes app, and "thought dump" from your subconscious mind. Write your thoughts and feelings freely.
    2. Write down your dreams, they may hold the answers you were looking for.
    3. Page back to the questions you wrote down the night before and write down your answers.

    A few hours after you write everything down, look back at your notes again and try to derive some meaning out of them. You may find clarity and insights that may have been more difficult to discover while awake. Thanks to your subconscious mind, you'll have some new angles from which you can pursue the solutions you've been seeking.

    When you are faced with a dilemma, know that you already have the solution within you. All that you need to do is draw it from your subconscious mind. Once you learn how to unlock the power of your subconscious mind, you'll have a powerful tool ready to go to work while you rest and recover. Using the thought-dumping method, you can improve your ability to solve problems and better utilize the time that you spend peacefully sleeping.

  • Forbes - This Smart Pillow Will Stop Your Partner's Terrible Snoring

    As seen in Forbes.


    ZEEQ Smart Pillow

    Can’t sleep? You’re not alone.

    One-third of Americans report that they usually get fewer than the recommended hours of sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

    Given how important sleep is for our health and well-being, it was only a matter of time before someone developed a tech-based solution to a good night’s rest. And while there’s now a lot of sleep-tracking technology out there, there’s nothing quite as comprehensive as ZEEQ.

    Created by the active lifestyle bedding brand REM-Fit, ZEEQ is an innovative smart pillow that not only tracks your sleep, but automatically intervenes in the night to help you sleep more soundly. The product raised over $400,000 on Kickstarter when it first launched, but can be now be purchased online for $199.

    On the outside, ZEEQ looks just like a large pillow. It comes with a washable, branded pillowcase and is attached to a small, white remote. Inside, however, it’s jam-packed with technology that includes eight miniature Bluetooth speakers, adjustable memory foam pieces, a decibel-tuned microphone that monitors snoring, two adjustable vibration motors, and a three-axis gyroscope that tracks motion while the user is asleep.

    (Related: Best Pillows For Side-Sleepers)

    The self-proclaimed “world’s smartest pillow” has many features that promise a better night’s sleep: it plays music; it monitors and reacts to your snoring; it tracks and analyzes your sleep; and it wakes you up at the ideal point in your sleep pattern.

    Perhaps the most useful part of the technology is how partner-friendly it is. ZEEQ has eight built-in speakers through which you can stream music, podcasts, TV, or audiobooks. You can only hear the speakers when your ear is pressed against the fabric, so it won’t disturb your partner on the other side of the bed. For those who need some sort of sound to fall asleep, this also means no more getting tangled up with headphones while trying to catch some z’s.

    Even while you’re sleeping, the pillow continues to work. Any music shuts off (as long as you toggled the sleep function) so that it doesn’t keep playing all night long. If you begin to snore, the pillow’s two motors gently vibrate, encouraging you to roll over into a position where you’ll stop snoring.

    ZEEQ determines the optimal time in your sleep cycle to wake up (within a period of time pre-set by the user), at which point you can use the app to review your real-time snoring, rest and sleep scoring data. Over time, the app (available on iPhone and Android) can even make suggestions for how to improve the quality of your rest. No counting sheep required.

  • Lack of Sleep is Killing You, Here’s How to Fix it

    Whether you’re aiming for a personal best in an upcoming marathon, working on your golf game, or creating a digital marketing strategy for your business, you’re not at your best without good sleep.

    On the physical side, sleep is when we repair and build muscle tissues after a hard workout. On the mental side, it’s when we organize thoughts and commit them to memory. As such, insufficient sleep prevents us from getting the most out of our diet and exercise routines, learning new skills, and retaining important information.

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  • 10 sleeping habits that are sabotaging your chance at a good sleep

    As seen in Business Insider.

    • Habits like staying up late, using electronics, and drinking before bed all can wreak havoc on your sleep cycle.
    • INSIDER spoke with several sleep experts to find out what habits are most harmful to getting a good night’s sleep.

    Millennials, on average, sleep more than any generation before them, according to data compiled by the US Department of Labor.

    But if you’re sleeping the recommended eight hours a night and still feeling tired throughout your day, a deeper issue may exist and your bedtime routine could be the cause.

    INSIDER spoke with several sleep experts to find out which habits could be hurting your sleep cycle.

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  • What hardware works with IFTTT?

    Excerpted from Andriod Central.

    All the things that can talk to all the things using IFTTT.

    IFTTT is an awesome service that lets smart things talk to other smart things. Even if the two smart things don’t speak the same language!


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  • Tough Time Sleeping Next to Your Partner? These Technologies Might Help

    As seen in the Wall Street Journal.
    ZEEQ Smart Pillow The pillow detects snoring through built-in microphones and raises the sleeper’s head in real-time to help nix the noise.
  • 18 “Smart” Things That Can Take Us to the Year 3018 – Cetus News

    As seen in Cetus News
    While we all wait for the new iPhone to be released, scientists demonstrate truly cool inventions that can change our life right now. A mind-reading tool, a bag that changes its color automatically depending on the color of your clothes, and a watch powered by your body heat are all real things that you can buy now!

    4. A pillow that sings lullabies and doesn’t allow you to snore

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  • Binaural Beats and Brainwaves

    Binaural beats are the physiological process of sending different sound frequencies to each ear at the same time. This process was first discovered by Prussian physicist Heinrich Wilhelm Dove in 1839. However, it wasn’t until 1973 that Dr. Gerald Oster introduced binaural beats to the mainstream with his paper titled “Auditory Beats in the Brain.” Since then, binaural beats have been studied at great length and the results are very positive with many proven benefits like improved sleep.

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  • GQ – All The New Tech That’s Upgrading Your Sleep Routine


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  • How to Win Spring Cleaning

    When planning your spring cleaning, you need to place a priority on your bedroom. This is because you rely on your bedroom to provide you a peaceful, restful, and (most importantly) allergen-free place to sleep and rejuvenate. Without this sleep enhancing environment, it will be harder to perform at your best.

    Spring Cleaning Your Bedroom to Achieve Optimum Sleep

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