Not sleeping well?
You’re not the only one. Based on worldwide statistical data collected by Sleep Cycle, the average sleep time nowadays is 6.8 hours, meaning that the sleep has become almost an unattainable luxury. It has been proven by many scientific studies that the lack of sleep affects negatively the quality of life, leading to poor performance, mental health issues and depression.
Although we are all aware of these facts, changing our sleep habits is unlikely to happen, given the modern lifestyle pressure in which most of us are constantly pushing themselves to achieve more, at the expense of an adequate rest. So, what do we do about it?
ADIVA proposes to improve the sleep quality by facilitating the sleep onset and enhancing the sleep depth, ultimately making the most out of those limited number of hours that you sleep.
How Does It Work
ADIVA applies a slow oscillatory motion to your bed to produce a calming effect and encourage sleep. Ask anyone who has ever rocked a crying baby off to sleep, they will tell you the same thing
Hammocks have been used to beat insomnia for centuries, and they offer the natural relief that is hard to find in the hustle and bustle of the modern world
Rocking not only facilitates the sleep onset, it impacts the brain activity in a way that’s been shown to induce deep sleep; just what you need to sleep right through the night
Rhythmic, wave-like motion restores the balance between activity and rest, day and night, and brings our bodies back to a state of optimal health
Rocking will help you achieve a deep, restorative sleep
Rocking improves your short & long-term memory the natural way
Good sleep reduces risk for type two diabetes, mental health conditions such depression, or heart diseases and stroke
Optimize your physical performance, and mental wellbeing
Rocking will help you get your life back and be YOU again!
Wave goodbye to stress, worry, and anxiety the natural way
Meet ADIVA ONE
$ 1.499$ 2.999
Sleep’s New Best Friend
– Four modular supporting legs
– Control unit which synchronises the legs motion
– Remote Control
– Two wired motion sensors to be clipped on the bed mattress
– Smartphone App for advanced control
– Alexa voice control
We demoed ADIVA at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. And while the convention hall wasn’t exactly the quietest of places, the feedback we got was loud and clear – people were overwhelmingly positive about ADIVA
“Tested ADIVA’s product at 2019 CES. Brilliant idea behind this tech innovation and very curious to get the final product “
“As a lifelong insomniac, I found Adiva’s bed platform to be among the most unique and innovative products — in any category … read more — that I saw at CES this year. Despite testing it out in the middle of a busy convention hall, as soon as I laid down and closed my eyes, I felt instantly transported to a peaceful environment. I had to be roused after laying there for only three minutes so the next person in line could try it out! “
“Despite me being very skeptical before I tested ADIVA’s device, I must say this is one of the most amazing sleep enhancer that I have ever tested. … read more It helped me fall asleep in less than ten minutes and when I woke up I felt like I slept for a couple of hours, although I realized afterwards that it was just for about 45 minutes. “
Nearly a third of the population are suffering from insomnia which is affecting their health
About 40 million people in the United States suffer from chronic long-term sleep disorders, and an additional 20 million people experience occasional sleep problems
Sleep deprivation costs $411bn the US economy each year (2.92 of its GDP), and if people slept just one extra hour per night it could add over $200bn to the US economy
A good night’s sleep is more than just the best way to end the day, it’s the foundation for a healthy, happy life. We’re passionate about using technology to drive change in the world of sleep, and we’re excited to have you onboard as we make it happen.
We strongly believe that ADIVA will have a wider, long-term positive societal impact by improving overall the quality of life, reducing healthcare costs, and generally allowing people to reach their potential and goals.