5 Gadgets You Need During The Lockdown
The pandemic has us still stuck in our homes in some states. Movement has been restricted all in a bid to flatten the curve of the virus. This lockdown is like a period for keeping fit, cooking, and maybe arguing about whose turn it is to do the dishes.
But really, is that how you would like to spend the time in isolation? When this is all over, won't you want to look back and say you had some good times amidst the lockdown? Whether you are looking for stress relief, entertainment or beauty gadgets, there are some gadgets available on the market to suit your purpose
Well, let's have a brief look at some gadgets you need to help you through the lockdown.
Alexa is a voice-controlled virtual assistant; it helps you to create a somewhat customizable living experience with your voice. If you need a recipe for that meal you've never dared to cook, Alexa can help.
Did it slip your mind to switch off the lights in the living room? Alexa can help with that too. She can answer questions, play audio, and even help you find a place to trade your laptop. Alexa is there to keep you entertained, safe, connected, and informed.
White noise machine
If you're finding it difficult to sleep in this pandemic, perhaps you're restless, the white noise machine will help you to fall asleep much faster.
It produces noises that calm you, most times these noises sound like wind blowing through or a rushing waterfall, the sounds it plays into your ears are nature-like and serene sounds, and as toy probably guessed, it isn't safe to use white noise for full 24 hours.
An excellent way to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder is Light therapy. During light therapy, you work near the light therapy box (SAD light). It is designed to boost your energy levels.
The SAD light is quite perfect for usage on darker days. The good thing is that you don't have to drain your bank account to get the SAD lamp, so if you're working from home, you might as well sit in front of the lightbox and go on with your work.
It's a no brainer that you spend ninety percent of your time staring at screens while you're home, and this will inevitably cause some eye strains, and you could even have some eye bags.
It is the time to invest a little into the eye master to reduce your eye fatigue.
The eye massager is designed like an eye mask, and remote control is attached to it. Using rolling or kneading compression coupled with a little heat, the device stimulates blood flow and relieve the strain on your eyes.
Sometimes you might need some quiet time from family, but you're stuck under the same roof with them in this lockdown.
Well, you may not be able to get away from them, but you sure can drown them out with quality headphones, not just any headphones, but quality noise-canceling headphones, and nobody does it better than Sony when it comes to noise-canceling headphones.
You might consider getting the Sony WH-1000XM3, which offers fantastic quality sound and design; it also charges fast and lasts for close to 30 hours.