The results are in: People who wear the Apollo wearable fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer and reduce their stress levels.
Here’s what you need to know
This stress relief wearable is the first wearable that helps you fall asleep, literally. How you might ask? Well, the explanation is surprisingly simple – it sends soothing vibrations that tell your nervous system that you’re safe, and in control, helping you to relax and have more control over how you want to feel throughout the day and into the night. Pretty cool, right?
Designed by neuroscientists and physicians, the Apollo is worn on your ankle, wrist, or attached anywhere as a clip (its newest enhancement), and feels like a gentle hug for your nervous system (nervous systems need hugs, too!).
Can you really get better sleep, without the side effects?
Yes! On top of rave reviews from thousands of users, and an abundance of research in its original production, Apollo now has even more research to back up its claims. It conducted a study of over 500 people who wore both the Apollo wearable and the Oura Ring health-tracking device, collecting data as they slept in a real-world environment over an average of five months.
Here’s what was found among consistent Apollo users (those who kept it on three or more hours a day, five or more days a week), compared to before they started using Apollo:
- 19% more deep sleep
- 14% more REM sleep
- 11% increase in HRV
- Up to 30 more minutes of sleep a night
*When used consistently (at least 3 hrs/day, 5 days/week). “Apollo Sleep Study, as measured by Oura Ring” supports this data.
95% of users recommend the Apollo wearable
When it comes to improving your sleep, those are the best kind of figures you’d see from starting to practice meditation or mindfulness exercises regularly, or from getting daily, quality physical exercise. Don’t let all the science and numbers scare you off — the Apollo wearable is 21st-century tech, but, in a way, the ideas behind the Apollo wearable come from the age-old science of touch and are based on wisdom as old as time.
Impressively, 95% of users who reviewed the wearable would recommend the product. With an average of 4.7 stars from over 1,500 plus reviews, there’s no denying that users love their Apollo experience. Even world-renowned sleep expert Dr. Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., a double board-certified Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Sleep Specialist, has only positive things to say about the wearable. He’s confident in the device’s ability to improve sleep quality and overall health, not just for his patients but for himself, too:
More rest, less stress
Even better for longtime users, the Apollo wearable starts to fit you like your favorite slippers after a while, in a sense: The longer you use it, the stronger and more balanced your nervous system gets, like a workout that trains you to bounce back from stress more quickly.
The Apollo wearable can help you transition from one part of your day to the next, like from waking up to getting ready for work. Choosing different modes in the Apollo Neuro app will help you get more energy, relax, focus, or lull yourself to sleep.
Unlike prescription drugs or other methods of stress relief, the Apollo wearable is noninvasive, you don’t have to worry about suffering side effects, and it’s safe for adults and children alike.
Plus, Apollo is offering free shipping to all readers for a limited time. Make 2023 the year you finally sleep well.