Introducing the Somnox Sleep RobotThe solution to get a perfect night’s sleep. Discover relaxed breathing
Have you already tried everything to fall asleep?
Breathing is your answer. We invented a Sleep Robot that guides you towards relaxed breathing and helps you fall asleep faster, worry less and wake up rested. Our Sleep Robot is comfortable, easy to use (also in the dark!) and therefore feels like a sleep-buddy. Through relaxed breathing, the Sleep Robot can help you calm your breathing and unwind.
What does the Sleep Robot help you with?
A calmer feeling
Because of the subtle sounds and movements the robot makes, that mimic human breathing, it is easier for you to relax. So: no longer staring at the ceiling all night, worrying about stuff.
Not only do you fall asleep feeling more relaxed, you’ll also sleep faster and longer. All that using no medicine at all: the Sleep Robot works in a totally natural way.
With the Sleep Robot next to you, you feel safe and secure. It keeps you company and helps to distract your thoughts from the things that keep you up at night.
Our products are produced in the Netherlands, using the best materials, in association with Auping.
30 night trial
Not convinced after 30 nights? You will get your money back.
We offer two years of warranty, including repairs when needed.
Questions, comments or in need of advice about sleep? We’re always here for you.
How do you try the Sleep Robot?
Sounds good, right? You can now experience it yourself and test our Sleep Robot, in the comfort of your own bed.
Order from our website, and you will receive the robot within 1 week.
Download the app and set the robot to your own needs and preferences.
3. Try it out
Most users experience the benefits after using the Sleep Robot for about two weeks.
Feel fully rested again
Easy to use (also in the dark!) and based on tried and tested breathing techniques.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the Sleep Robot work for me?
The Sleep Robot is meant for people that experience sleeplessness caused by stress-related problems. People that worry at night, about their work or family, and fall asleep after staring at the ceiling for hours or not at all. The Sleep Robot can also be of use for everyone that uses medicine to fall asleep, but would rather do this in a more natural way.
How does the Sleep Robot work?
The Sleep Robot simulates breathing rhythms. Your breathing naturally adapts when there is contact with a different breathing pattern. As a result, the Sleep Robot can slow down your breathing. This makes you relax, making it easier to fall asleep.
In addition, the Sleeping robot can function as an external point to focus your thoughts, which reduces your worries and stress thoughts. Sounds (through guided meditation or a simulated heartbeat, for example) are also used as extra options to give you an ideal night’s sleep.
You can read more about our research in our white paper by clicking here.
How do I keep the Sleep Robot clean?
Keep your Sleep Robot clean with the washable sleeve that comes with the robot. This cotton sleeve is washable up to 60 degrees Celsius in your machine. The grey thicking around the Sleeping robot is removable and can be dry-cleaned if necessary. PLEASE NOTE: never wash your sleeve or thicking while the Sleeping robot is still inside.
Do I need to keep holding the Sleep Robot at night?
No, it’s not necessary. As soon as you fall asleep, you will automatically let go of the Sleep Robot in most cases. That is not a problem. If you wake up during the night, you can try and hold it again and press the button in the middle: that activates the robot.
How was the effect of the Sleep Robot tested?
Extensive scientific research, user tests and feedback from experts in the field of sleep disorders form the basis of the Sleep Robot. We discovered that the subjective perception of sleep quality was increased and that less time was needed to fall asleep.
You can learn more about these tests in our research by clicking here.
Does the Sleep Robot help with sleep apnea or Restless Leg Syndrome?
We haven’t done any research yet that proves this. The Sleep Robot uses breathing as one of its main functions but not with the intention to cure sleep apnea or RLS.