I’m really big on trying out cool new stuff. How big? Well, I have a vibrating massage chair in the middle of my living room, I’ve eaten jellyfish before, and I once bought a device designed to help you break bad habits by shocking you. Unsurprisingly, most of the weird gadgets, gizmos, and trinkets I’ve tried don’t live up to the hype, although some of them are definitely moderately useful. There are, however, a small number of items that have been big difference makers in some form or fashion. I’m listing them below in hopes that you’ll try them out and have the same experience.
Thanks for the list. Number one got my attention. After reading your description and going to the website I decided to buy one. I spend half the night throwing the covers off and the other half pulling them back on. I need a really cool room, below 60º to sleep really well, or a oscillating fan for air movement. In the summer I go to bed every night, wishing I had a fan under the sheets - ha ha, until now I didn't know something like that existed. In the winter I go to bed, my feet like ice blocks, and sometimes it takes hours before they finally warm up. I'm really excited to get the Bedjet. Sure hope I'll be as satisfied as you are.
I can agree on the red lights. I broke my shoulder this spring, and am still doing exercises to regain full mobility and strength. I use the device almost daily, and it has really helped me with pain after working out.
As a Neurologist of 33 years, having worked mostly with patients with pain issues, I am not happy with your "endorsement" of two quasi-medical products: the Osha-Pulse PEMF device and the TENDLITE Red Light Device. Of course, at least for now, it's a free country. You may recommend what you wish. I think it fine for you to laud the George Foreman grill, Bediet, Blackout shades, Fitbit and whatever else suits your fancy. But the recommended "medical" devices you discuss are of dubious value to say the least (irrespective of your own experience). They may do more harm than good.
I am a subscriber and I enjoy reading your opinions on many things, but I believe that you should try to stay away from giving medical advice.