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A new sleep aid that helps little ones drop off to sleep has been called a godsend by sleep deprived mums across Australia.

Glow Dreaming, a Melbourne-based company, is the brainchild of one desperate mum who struggled with her daughter’s inability to fall asleep.

“There is nothing worse for a parent than when their child is suffering.

“Sadly, at an early age, my daughter had to face the pain of unexpectedly losing someone she loved. It affected her greatly and, before we knew it, she had become gripped by a fear of death. She began to associate sleep with death and feared never waking up.

“We took her to see psychologists, we redecorated her room, we even took her to sleep school, all with minimal success.

“I was desperate to help her, so I started reading different studies and realised that no one theory on its own would solve the problem, but that perhaps, through a combination of theories, I could create a master sleep aid, something that would help my daughter feel safe and let her sleep with the peace she needed and deserved. By fusing light therapy, aromatherapy, white noise and a humidifier, I managed to find the answer we were searching for.”

The device fuses light therapy, aromatherapy, pink noise and a humidifier which work in combination to relax and calm children and whisk them off to sleep.

Two of its standout features that take the $130 sleep kit to another level in the sleep game include its ‘Red LED Light’ technology and the ‘Pink Noise’ generator.

Pink Noise is the frequency you commonly hear in things like waterfalls, rain and thunder.

Glow Dreaming utilises the same technology that NASA uses for its astronauts called Red LED Light Therapy. Red spectrum light helps stimulate the body’s production of melatonin, the hormone responsible for telling us it’s time for sleep. One of the main causes of sleep disruption is the technology we have become so reliant on. The red LED light used by Glow Dreaming combats the damage caused by resetting our internal clocks.

The product is sending sleep deprived mums into a frenzy.

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  • where was this 20 years ago when I needed it! sounds wonderful and defiantly worth a try.

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  • What a great invention borne out of a parent’s situation. Another win for Mums. I could have done with this many years ago. I imagine it will sell well.

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  • I could have used this years ago. What a wonderful idea.

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  • This looks like a wondefrul idea.
    For toddlers and older children you can also get a “clock” that you set to the time you desire. Night time it is the dial is dark blue. it gradually becomes light blue, then pale yellow, then bright like the sun. When it’s bright like the sun it’s OK to get up.

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  • Sounds like it would help more than just children to sleep – I can imagine sleep deprived people due to tinnitus problems would also find it useful.

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  • Sounds like a wonderful product.

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  • If this were around 12 months ago, I would have bought one for my grandson, he was a shocking sleeper up til age 2

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  • Sure worthed a try when your child struggles to sleep. Luckily we have good sleepers.

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  • I would have given this a try when my kids were younger :)

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  • Oh very interesting!

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  • What a great idea. Very soothing!!

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  • Checking this out for sure.

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