Dreem harnesses the power of sound. The sound programs are played directly from the headband and adapt to fit your preferences. Choose from numerous customizable themes and variations; Dreem adjusts its style and volume in real-time to help you fall asleep effortlessly.
Slowing down heart rate allows the body to fall asleep. Dreem’s functionality helps calm the heart by combining tailored sound themes and the “4-7-8” breathing technique used by U.S. Navy SEALs.
The thoughts that keep you up at night have a name: rumination. To silence them, Dreem generates a sequence of words designed to effectively distract your brain and quiet your mind.
Stress is sleep’s worst enemy. Dreem helps you reach a state of complete relaxation through soothing meditation exercises, like guided breathing and body scans.
There’s a clear link between level of relaxation and environment. For ages, nature sounds have helped people fall asleep thanks to their calming effects. Dreem has created a dozen rich sound environments that promote pure relaxation.
The best feature of all? Efficacy. Dreem was found to reduce fall asleep time by 30% on average, rising to 50% for those with moderate to severe insomnia. And it’s all thanks to the power of gentle sound.
It works immediately. I breathe following the program instructions and after 5 minutes I fall asleep.
In 2013, prominent neuroscience researcher Jan Born and his team demonstrated the positive impact of pink noise on the quality of deep sleep. This discovery is now at the heart of the Dreem technology. We spent two years perfecting it to develop the most effective sleep-enhancing product.
Deep sleep manifests as wide and slow brainwaves, also known as “Delta waves”. Emitted at a steady tempo by the thalamus, they indicate the quality of your deep sleep.
The thalamus is sensitive to sound, especially dense "pink noise". By diffusing it at precise intervals, Dreem is able to stimulate the thalamus, resulting in more frequent and far-reaching deep-sleep waves.
On average, Dreem’s sound stimulations increase the average range of Delta Waves by 43%. These results are based on clinical trials conducted in partnership with Hôtel Dieu Hospital, as well as the analysis of 1,000 nights of beta-user data.
I didn’t need to search for words and the ideas were coming easily. The general feeling that my nights were always too short faded away.
Sleep inertia provokes drowsiness and can affect your cognitive performance hours after you wake up. But Dreem has a fix for this. Its Smart Alarm wakes you up when you’re in your lightest sleep stage, allowing you to ease into your morning routine.
Throughout the night, Dreem measures your brain and body activity to track your sleep phases in real time. The Smart Alarm goes on stand-by 20 minutes before your chosen wake-up time. Using real-time predictive algorithms, it detects the latest optimal moment to go off, ensuring you awake feeling rested.
Tested on over 40,000 nights, Dreem's Smart Alarm is proven to wake you up during your lightest sleep stage 88% of the time. That’s 50% more often than with a classic alarm clock. Rise at the right time and start your day on the right foot.
It must wake me up at exactly the right moment because I feel alert straightaway. It really is a different way of waking up.
Understanding sleep begins by accurately measuring brain activity. Thanks to its precise sensors, Dreem is able to analyze each phase of your sleep in great detail, then share helpful statistics and personalized advice for improvement.
Each morning, the Dreem app will feature your Sleep Score. Calculated from a variety of data collected the night before, it allows you to quickly assess the quality of your sleep. You can then dive into the details of your night. Your hypnogram reveals the succession of your sleep stages and topic cards highlight key moments from the previous night, like fall-asleep time, agitation, rumination, total hours slept, and more.
With weekly and monthly history views and a variety of criteria choices, the Dreem app allows you to effectively compare your sleep patterns over time and understand the relationship between your sleep and your lifestyle.
The Profile section of the app provides summaries of your sleep and shows how your sleep compares with that of other Dreem users. This recap also allows you to evaluate how various features impact the quality of your sleep.
Do you know what your brain activity looks like? Dreem allows you to monitor both brain activity and heart rate in real time. You can also use this feature to check the quality of your headband’s signal and adjust its position accordingly.
It’s quite addictive actually, and it’s interesting to see my Sleep Score. I know more about my sleep patterns, about the quality of my sleep.
Sleep is a complex mechanism and it deserves a comprehensive solution. Thanks to active yet non-invasive features, Dreem addresses a suite of sleep problems to enhance the quality of your nights.
Dreem offers four sound-based sleep induction features. Inspired by meditation, cognitive training and biofeedback, each is designed to tackle a specific problem, reducing average fall-asleep time by 30%.
Deep sleep is the most restorative of our sleep stages. It boosts the immune system, recharges energy, and supports memory. Dreem uses sound stimulations, a technique proven effective by neuroscientists, to increase the power of slow waves, characteristic of deep sleep quality, by 43% on average.
Waking up when you’re sleeping lightest helps kick-start the day. Dreem’s Smart Alarm helps prevent "sleep inertia", a common cause of morning drowsiness. The Smart Alarm works with your sleep, waking you up during your lightest sleep stage 88% of the time, guaranteeing a gentle morning rise.
Mastering your sleep begins with understanding it. Effective measuring tools are rare, so monitoring our sleep is a complex task and we often have an incomplete or incorrect perception of it.The Dreem headband objectively tracks and analyzes your sleep. Every morning, the Dreem app provides you with a comprehensive report and personalized advice, helping you better understand your sleep and take steps to enhance it.