According to Ubergizmo, the power of a quick nap is quite underrated. Short periods of sleep during the day can help refresh the mind and body. It can even help reverse information overload.
An entrepreneur is trying to market that concept by offering a product called PowerNap. It is made to help people get the most from their short naps during the day.
Jonathan Husni, the inventor of PowerNap, knows all this and that’s why he launched the PowerNap CDs and created the PowerNap machine just for the purpose of napping. Most folks can’t force themselves to sleep at will in the middle of the day, and that’s where PowerNap comes in.
PowerNap CDs, when listened with headphones on, help users to fall asleep quickly and let them wake up with a refreshed state of heightened wakefulness. The audio transmits inaudible soundwaves to a user’s brain, and helps to induce REM sleep. All this while, the user only hears the pleasing sound of a waterfall. The PowerNap Machine is basically a pocket-sized media player that contains the PowerNap tracks so that users don’t need to hunt for a portable CD player whenever they need a power nap.
Image from PowerNap
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