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March 6, 2010



Wrote Jonathan Margolis in his "technopolis" column in the February 12, 2010 Financial Times "How To Spend It" magazine supplement, "The LightSleeper sits on your bedside table and projects a white blob, which moves around in a gentle, circular motion, onto the ceiling. Following this with your eyes supposedly encourages the mind to relax into sleep."

It was invented by a design student who suffered from insomnia, and reasoned that if you could mimic the action of reading without an actual book, it could help induce sleep.


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It might also be noted that this device would seem to mimic EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. This treatment has been established as an effective modality in the treatment of depression, and I can testify that it worked for me.

Posted by: Rob De Witt | Mar 7, 2010 1:35:13 PM

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