Lully uses precisely timed vibrations to get children into healthy sleep patterns

Lully is a new device scientifically proven to stop night terrors. It has been developed by physician Andy Rink and engineer Varun Boriah, who studied sleep patterns together as fellows in the Stanford Biodesign Program. It uses precisely timed vibrations to help children suffering from night terrors get into a healthy sleep pattern. Lully is placed under a mattress and vibrates for three minutes to gently move the child to a safer stage of sleep.

Those who experience night terrors, which usually occur during the early stages of sleep, can scream and thrash about for 10-20 minutes. They appear to be awake but are unresponsive to communication. Parents who check on a child experiencing night terrors can suffer from stress and lack of sleep.

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