The so-called Pzizz software combines music, sound effects and a beat, which is supposed to put its droopy-eyed listener into a relaxed state of mind. At that time, a mans voice comes on and schmoozes the listener into a nap.
Pzizz spokesman Edward Laing says their device is different than other napping products because the user can choose any length of cat nap between 10 and 60 minutes and no siesta is ever the same, as the program is capable of creating more than 100 billion combinations of naps.
Since everyone gets tired and everyone gets stressed from time to time, Laing says the napping device would be good for anyone especially sleep-deprived new parents.
Pzizz can be downloaded for $39.95 at pzizz.com.
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