Sleep apnea is a condition where a person’s breathing can’t stop completely and the person’s lungs stop breathing.
While some people are able to manage this condition without medication, many more people have difficulty sleeping.
Sleeper’s Pill, a sleep apnaemic medicine developed by Sleep Aid, uses the brainwave patterns of the person experiencing sleep apnia to help them sleep soundingly.
SleepAid says the medication helps people sleep sound, while also giving them the opportunity to sleep naturally and comfortably, and has been shown to reduce the risk of sleep apneas.
The company also developed a sleeping pill that uses the same brainwave pattern as Sleep Aid’s sleep aid to help people who experience sleep apnoea to sleep.
The drug is a sleeper’s pill, but is also known as a sleep aid that works like a nasal spray.
Sleep Aid is developing a sleep mask that uses a brainwave system, called a neuromodulator, to help patients who experience the disorder to sleep properly.
The company is testing its product in people who are experiencing sleep loss.
The product’s patent application is currently being reviewed and is expected to be issued by the US Patent and Trademark Office in the coming weeks.
The SleepAid sleeping pill has been approved by the FDA for use in the United States.