Ensuring that wearers get a good night's sleep is the goal of the Thync Relax Pro. The device affixes to the back of the neck and uses low electrical pulses to stimulate the wearer into either falling asleep or achieving a state of deep relaxation. What the device does can be controlled via an app.
Thync says that wearers of the Relax Pro will be ready to fall asleep within 10 minutes of using the wearable. The device isn't designed to bring on sleep at any time of the day, though. It's more of an aid that helps someone who is already tired finally get to sleep. The Thync Relax Pro is priced at $149 but can be had for cheaper ($29/month) if buyers opt for the temporary pads which need to be replenished monthly.
The Thync Relax Pro Uses Electrical Pulses to Help Wearers Fall Asleep
1. Sleep-inducing Wearables - The Thync Relax Pro uses electrical pulses to help wearers fall asleep.
2. Electro-stimulation for Sleep - The low electrical pulses stimulate the wearer into falling asleep or achieving deep relaxation.
3. Personalized Sleep Assistance - The device can be controlled via an app, providing personalized sleep-inducing experiences.
1. Wearable Technology - The sleep-inducing wearable is part of the growing market for wearable technology.
2. Health and Wellness - The device targets the health and wellness industry by offering a solution for improving sleep.
3. Smartphone Applications - The app-controlled device taps into the smartphone applications industry, providing a seamless user experience.