The Zeez Sleep Pebble
Most Zeez Sleep Pebble users (800+) have had long term sleep issues. In our testing 79% experienced significant and substantial improvements: they fell asleep faster, woke less at night and had more daytime energy. We had particularly good responses amongst sportsmen (90%+), confirming our view that we get the best sleep with good nutrition and lifestyle, even if those things alone are not enough to get our brain to slow down for good sleep.
“I almost forget that I have a sleep problem.”
Andrew, who has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
“I have had difficulty sleeping all my life. The Zeez taught my brain how to sleep.”
Attila, tennis coach
“I have slept badly since I was a child… recurring dreams, and wake up feeling awful after 2– 3 hours. I get no deep sleep. The Zeez pebble worked. My dreams stopped, and I slept longer, and wake up refreshed. The first night I slept for 6 hours, which was unheard of.”
“It worked. I still woke in the night, but I went straight back to sleep. And I could get up early without feeling tired.”
Wayne Gordon, actor and celebrity personal trainer.
“The Zeez worked for me almost immediately. Even if I had to get up to go to the loo, I could get back to sleep. I have not looked back.”
Rusty Dawson, chef
“I sleep substantially better. I wouldn't be without the pebble. My mood is brighter. Occasionally I get 7 hours' sleep, which would never have happened before.”
What People Say
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Waking up in the night? Bettina
Tried everything? Gabrielle
Noise disturbing your sleep? Snoring? Jemma
Stress or Anxiety stopping you from sleeping? [Anna] [Simone] . Jim
Wondering whether the Zeez Sleep Pebble could help a person with chronic fatigue syndrome to sleep? Andrew
Wondering whether the Zeez Sleep Pebble could help a person with Parkinson’s to sleep? Linda
Wondering whether the Zeez Sleep Pebble could help a person with PTSD and nightmares to sleep? Jeff
Wondering whether the Zeez Sleep Pebble could help a person with Larium / mefloquine induced nightmares to sleep? Jeff