Dreem

A solution that acts on your brain to enhance sleep.

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Would you recommend this product?
3 Reviews5.0/5
Anant Sanchetee
Hunter
Product Marketing, Oculus Core Tech
Hello everyone, I am Anant Sanchetee, VP Marketing of Rythm, a neurotechnology company based in Paris and San Francisco. Today, we're excited to share Dreem with you, a complete solution that monitors, analyzes, and enhances sleep quality. Dreem is a headband based on a discovery that was made before the company started: audio stimulations, when synchronized with brain activity (EEG) during sleep can improve its quality by promoting one of the most critical stage of the night, deep sleep. This stage is responsible for memory consolidation, cellular regeneration, and hormone regulation. In the past couple of years, we’ve extended the sound based principle across various stages of sleep and now we can successfully help people fall asleep faster (by up to 31%), get deeper sleep (by up to 32%), and wake up refreshed (88% wake up at optimum time). These are all key elements of sleep that help heal, rejuvenate, and improve various physiological processes in the human body. Dreem is now available on https://www.dreem.com with a special early bird offer for $399 / 399€! Thanks,
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Nicholas Sheriff
Founder, Medic Ventures
@anants Dreem is my sister's name lol spelled exactly like that because my mom had a dream after 3 boys she was having a girl....and then she got clever, this product looks really interesting but that domain name omg.
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Towfiq I.WPReside
@anants Does it induce Lucid dreams like iBand+ ?
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Anant Sanchetee
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Product Marketing, Oculus Core Tech
@towfiqi Unfortunately no. We focus on various aspects of bettering sleep though - like falling asleep faster, getting deeper sleep, and waking up refreshed.
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Kumar Thangudu
Technologist
Where is the linked research? I'm going to guess this might be BS, but I'm going to reserve judgement til I see the Impact factor and h-index of the research papers behind this "innovation."
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Anant Sanchetee
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Product Marketing, Oculus Core Tech
@datarade Hey Kumar - here is some of the research on our published whitepaper: https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.c... The academic studies that led to the creation of this product are in our Press Kit on the site as well. Finally, we've completed our clinical trials and we'll share the study results later this month. Rest assured, the results are very compelling.
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Jose Vieitez
Director @ Boomtown Accelerators
@anants I look forward to seeing the clinical trial results. I will hold off buying until then
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Edozié IzegbuSoftware Engineer
@datarade agreed
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Anant Sanchetee
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Product Marketing, Oculus Core Tech
@josevieitez We look forward to sharing those results with you soon
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Sandy HathawayPartner, Exit3x
@anants what type/level of clinical trials did you do? Any results conclusive enough to pursue reimbursement?
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I had the opportunity to be part of the early beta-testers. Dreem is a very serious project, founded by a great team of professionals and neurologists, and the headband is very promising ! By the wau, I'm impatient to receive the new generation headset ! :-)
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Sam Cholera
Founder @ iSpy Sport Search
Man, I need to try this...
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Ernest Oppetit
PM @ Improbable
Preordered ! I particularly look forward to being woken up in the light sleep stage
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