The Dreampad Pillow Featured On Shark Tank

Dreampad made its prime-time debut on ABC’s award-winning reality TV show Shark Tank. Airing on Sunday, November 5th, the episode spotlighted the innovative pillow, which calms the nervous system and helps promote quality sleep by playing soothing music only the user can hear.

“We decided to bring the Dreampad in front of the Sharks to reach a wider demographic and show them how it can change their lives,” said Dreampad CEO Randall Redfield. “The experience was unlike any other we’ve had with the Dreampad. The Sharks were smart and entertaining and we really learned a lot.”

While the Dreampad technology was originally developed as a therapy tool for children on the Autism spectrum, Redfield recognized its potential for helping people of all ages fall asleep faster and enjoy meaningful rest. Today, the pillow is available in a variety of sizes to fit every sleep style, including Memory Support, Firm Support, Medium Support, and Slim Support.

With no headphones, earbuds or headbands needed, the Dreampad is a uniquely versatile sleep product that can help consumers reduce stress, fall asleep faster, stay asleep long and/or decrease sensory hypersensitivity. It has been used effectively for over four years in hundreds of clinics (including pediatric hospitals at Duke, Stanford and Harvard Universities) and has garnered support from peer-reviewed research. For added confidence, each Dreampad comes with a 30-day money back guarantee.

"Being on Shark Tank was an experience of a lifetime” Redfield continued. “It is a long way from the therapy origins of the Dreampad, and it's fun to see how the consumer world is reacting to the product. The sharks are tough investors but they're also savvy consumers, and it was gratifying to see how much they all liked it. "

For more information, visit dreampadsleep.com.

About Dreampad: Integrated Listening Systems (iLs) specializes in sound and movement therapies for improving brain function. The company launched the Dreampad in 2012 as a therapeutic tool for children on the Autism spectrum. Since then, research by Columbia University and others has confirmed its effectiveness, and it is now used by people of all ages to help get a better night's sleep.