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    Vibrating bed to treat insomnia
    An_250757 posted:
    I understand that some studies have been done that show a slight side to side motion in a bed helps people sleep.

    Is anyone aware of a bed on the market that has this feature?


    Keith_Kritselis responded:
    I was wondering the same thing. This is the closest I have found:

    There seem to be a bunch of DIY swinging / suspended beds in a variety of shapes and sizes, but none of them seem to be designed around the results of that study.

    In the study, it was a deliberate side to side motion and it only moved a very small distance.

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