Sleeptrainer Sam gives children and parents 45 minutes more sleep

Friday, March 17, 2017 is the 10th annual World Sleep Day, an internationally recognized awareness event about the importance of sleep.

Imagine being woken at 6 am by your over energetic toddler who wants to start the day, while there is no need to get up for another hour. This is where sleeptrainers come to the rescue.  Recent study amongst families from UK, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Australia, demonstrated that sleep trainer SAM from ZAZU gives on average 45 minutes of extra sleep per day.

Sleeptrainer SAM shows children, who don’t know about time yet, when it is time to sleep, by closing his eyes at night time, and opening them in the morning when it is OK to get up.

Girl Sleeping with SAM Sleep Trainer

SAM Sleep Trainer

The research showed it took only 3 days on average for children (age 2-7) to understand the full concept of the sleeptrainer of ZAZU. In the 2 weeks-test period 100% of the parents experienced more sleep. On average, they woke up at their preferred time 5 out of 7 days of the week.

Parents furthermore indicated that the extra sleep made them feel a lot fitter during the daytime. This is why sleep is so important for parent and child and why there is a World Sleep Day. It is during your sleep that your body is preparing for a fresh start the next day: physical restoration, processing and memorization of information, cleaning the brain of toxins, strengthening the immune system and regulate the mood.

ZAZU is a Dutch company designing products to help children to get better sleep. A little bit of extra sleep, is already a lot more fun also for the parents. ZAZU is distributed in Canada by Cariboo Distribution.

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