Lark Alarm System Wakes You Up Gently
Dec 20, 2011
Nothing can be more annoying than a sound of alarm clock early in the morning, when you can hardly open your eyes. LARK is a sleep
system that works with your iPad or iPhone
to help you sleep and wake up better.
The system uses silent alarm technology
waking you up gently and naturally using soothing vibrations. The LARK wristband tracks your sleeping patterns and works in sync with your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It sends your sleep data to LARK app and when you wake up, you can find out how well you slept, when you fell asleep or how many times you woke up during the night.
The innovative alarm clock system was designed by leading sleep specialists and can tell you everything about your sleep. It keeps track of the amount of sleep you had and its quality, saves this data and gives recommendations
. The LARK's Personal sleep coach will develop a plan that will be more suitable for your sleep type. All this is meant to make your sleep healthier and your morning wake-ups peaceful.
More info at Lark.com
May 25, 2012 07:37 AM » posted by: Rai
Puppies need lots of sleep during the day but I think that yours may be geittng a little too much. Keep her awake at regular intervals for at least 1/2 hour with rewarded play. You can try walk her around the garden on her lead, reward her if she walks nicely with a small treat. Play with a pull toy, teach her to sit, reward her with a small treat. You'll find puppies adult dogs will do just about anything if there is food involved! you will have done most of her training ready for when she is allowed out. At least with play she is being kept interested active in activities that will hold her attention. Make sure she is fed watered at regular intervals, my dogs water bowl is never dry. Leave a radio on for her at night keep her in a crate. Do not then go to her in the night. If she is fed, watered has a comfortable bed inside her crate she will be fine, after a couple of nights her bad behaviour should have stopped. If she shows no signs of geittng better, take her to the vets for a check up, she may have eaten something, such as a garden plant that doesn't agree with her. The ideal age for a pup to leave it's mother is between 8 10 weeks. You wont be able to take her on a walk outside of your garden until 2 weeks after her 2nd set of inoculations. When you are able to, take her on a long (but depending on the breed, depends on how long a long walk should be, research on the net to find out what is suitable for your pups breed, if you don't already know) walk before you settle down for the night. You will find that this will also help settle her. Good luck. x
May 06, 2012 06:13 PM » posted by: Lixi Joe
Wow that thing is awful! How could anyone be so stupid as to make something like that!