A lot of us have issues staying asleep, tossing and turning all through the night, but a good night sleep is crucial for our health and well-being. When in fitful sleep, it can be easy to grab your phone or check the time to see if you should just get up and start the day. That is why Mark Zuckerberg came up with a concept to help his wife’s sleep and shared his idea in a Facebook post — of course. Based on his idea, Zucklight was created — a sleep box designed to help you sleep through the night without distractions. The concept is simple, a small sleep box emits a faint light during specific periods of the night — all set through an intuitive smartphone app — to notify whether you can try to get some more shut-eye or it’s time to wake up. So if you happen to wake up in the middle of the night, you can return to sleep without having to check the time. You can grab the Zucklight in three different models that include a wireless charging station, environmental sensors and even a sound system, so it can perfectly fit your needs. Right now, you can get up to 50% off if you pre-order through Zucklight’s Kickstarter campaign.
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