Give the gift of sleep this Christmas with the Zeo Sleep Manager - the first range of sleep management devices in the world that help you discover and then take control of the power of restorative sleep.

The Zeo Sleep Manager Mobile (£89) uses the latest technology to tell you how you slept. A comfortable and highly accurate Zeo Softwave TM headband tracks your sleep stages throughout the night and then transfers your sleep data either to a bedside unit or wirelessly to your smart phone.

In the morning, Zeo shows you how much time you spent in Light, Deep and REM sleep and gives you a real, timed sleep graph with your sleep patterns. You can then compare your nightly Zeo sleep score to your age group, personal target and learn how to improve your sleep.

Quality sleep, or ‘Elite Sleep’, is proven to help improve good health, mental sharpness, daytime energy, stress management and overall physical performance.

To really make the most of your sleep, you can upload your data to Zeo's web site (myzeo.co.uk) which will then help you devise a personalised sleep coaching program that helps to manage the impact of your lifestyle on your sleep, where things like caffeine, alcohol, stress, bedtime and bedroom environment can have a huge effect.

Christmas is all about giving and receiving so what better way to treat your loved one this year and give them the gift of a good night’s sleep?

Zeo Sleep Manager is priced from £89 and available to buy from www.myzeo.co.uk

And we have one Zeo Sleep Manager Mobile to give away on our comp pages here all you have to do is answer the below question:

What colour is Father Christmas' suit?

1. Black & White
2. Blue & White
3. Red & White

Closing Date : 15th January 2012

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  1. by kathryn hayward 25th Dec 2011 22:08

    This THE prize for me. I've suffered from insommnia for years and would welcome some digital help towards a good night's sleep.

  2. by Sharon McGuinness 15th Jan 2012 22:30

    I have terrible period of not sleeping where I have night terrors, wake up at 3am and when really bad sleep walking.

    Stress is the trigger and while I'm not having the sleep walking ... Read More