Lucid dream is a dream during which the dreamer is aware of dreaming. During lucid dreaming, the dreamer may be able to exert some degree of control over the dream.
What if you could wake up in your dreams and live out your wildest fantasies, every night? – LUCID DREAMER HEAD BAND DEVICE CLAIMS TO LET YOU CONTROL YOUR DREAM.
Just stick on the electrodes, choose your Dream settings from the phone app and drift off to sleep. Let the Lucid Dreamer do the rest and soon you’re awake, but the world around you has changed. This isn’t reality – this is your sub-conscious universe. And now, it’s your playground.
Enjoy any experience you could ever wish for. Meet any person, fly through the stars, fulfill your wildest fantasies. No limits! No consequences! No holding back!
You’re getting direct access to your subconscious mind. Every being you encounter is an extension of yourself. Ask questions and explore to gain precious insights into your deepest fears and desires. This is your key to an expanded consciousness and higher self-understanding!
Anyone who’s been able to lucid dream can tell you what an exhilarating experience it is! Some people have devoted months, years and even careers to the study and practice of lucid dreaming.
Many methods and techniques have been developed to naturally reach this state, however results take a great deal of time and effort – if you ever get them at all. Knowing this, others have tried to manufacture lucid dream-inducing sleep masks using built in LED lights, a method that has been proven ineffective.
Studies have shown that a very specific type of brain activity in the frontal lobes, called gamma activity, is present during lucid dreams. This activity is associated with consciousness.
There is a well-documented method of enhancing gamma activity in the brain called transcranial alternating current stimulation (or tACS). This method implements mild electrical stimulation to the head in a way proven to be 100% safe.  It is important to note that tACS is not electroshock therapy.
Whether you’re lucid or not, you’re still in REM sleep. Studies have shown that the brain activity during a lucid dream is remarkably similar to that of regular dreams and experienced lucid dreamers actually find that they are more rested after a lucid dreaming experience.
However, some lucid dreaming techniques may affect your sleep quality. One method requires waking yourself in the middle of the night and going back to sleep after an hour. The Lucid Dreamer makes this process a whole lot easier, bypassing difficult induction methods that may leave you feeling groggy in the morning.