SWAY SLEEP LOUNGER
ENGINEERED FOR ULTIMATE RELAXATION
Sleep is a key foundation of our overall wellness, yet too many of us struggle with getting enough sleep every night. Enter the Sway Sleep Lounger, a bed designed to gently cradle you to sleep—for a rejuvenating power nap or as part of your nighttime ritual.
A LOUNGER THAT SWAYS YOU TO SLEEP
The SWAY Sleep Lounger soothes you into a relaxing short nap with a gentle oscillating movement that has been engineered to sway at the optimum frequency for synchronizing and slowing the brain waves.. The SWAY is suitable as a resting lounger near the sauna/steam room or placed wherever is ideal for catching a refreshing 15- to 20-minute power nap. With six different high-quality, textile leather in nappa quality, the SWAY fits with all decors.
KLAFS engineers have created a pendulum that is mathematically programmed to simulate a sway of 7.5 meters, the optimum frequency for synchronizing and slowing the brain waves.
The effect of the SWAY’s pendulum swing was tested and proven to be effective by a research study at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany. Users were monitored and shown to have significantly improved Heart Rate Variability (HRV) within moments of laying down, allowing sleep to take hold much faster.
Benefits of Pendulum Movement
Perception of time and space blurs
Muscles relax and breathing slows down
Mind relaxes and unwinds
Promotes physical and mental recovery
THE POWER OF A NAP
It’s easy to understand why a good night’s sleep is so elusive in our 24/7, “always on” world. Though nothing beats a full 7 to 8 hours a night, a 15- to 20-minute power nap does a world of good.
Why 20 Minutes? Experts say 20 minutes is optimal for getting the restorative benefits of sleep without adversely affecting your ability to fall asleep at night. Any longer and the body enters the deep sleep stage and waking from that means you'll be groggy and less apt to perform at your best. The SWAY's 20-minute run time means you will awake refreshed and ready to take on the rest of your day.
Afternoon naps are the norm in many cultures—no one frowns upon a “siesta” in Spain, while in Japan power naps in the middle of the workday are encouraged. It turns out, nodding off after lunch (or taking a well-timed nap that works with your circadian rhythm) not only improves the brain’s ability to learn and perform, it can also make up for a previous night’s sleep loss.
Key Benefits of Power Napping
Increased energy, creativity, alertness, and productivity
Improved memory and mood
Reduced fatigue and stress
Lowers risk of depression and cardiovascular disease