Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 27, 2007
Sleep gives the human body time to repair and the mind a chance to recharge. It also gives a person time to dream, to reflect and to contemplate a source of encouragement in their life. It is proven, that if a person gets enough sleep, they will feel less stressed, be more creative, fight off illness easily and have a better life. However, many people have too many negative thoughts on their mind to drift off into a dream-filled slumber, night after night.
Wouldn't it be great to fall asleep easily, while manifesting positive thoughts through the subconscious? DreamAid, Inc. thought so. Just launched, is a collection of extraordinary Pillow Covers, each designed with a "dream" or "wish" for the person who receives it. They were specifically created to help individuals of all ages, tap into a blissful dream state.
DreamAid Pillow Covers enhance life in a positive manner by actually letting a person sleep on the wish that they desire and erase the stresses of the day. With decorative borders and over 34 inspirational messages such as "Breathe in to Slow Down, Let sleep Turn Things Around" and "Peace, Love, Rest", there is an appropriate wish for every personality and situation.
Jamie Eroncig, founder and creator of the DreamAid Pillow Covers states, "The physical act or ritual of writing dreams and wishes down in order to enhance your life in a positive manner, has been proven to work. So, it makes sense to continue this process through your subconscious, during your times of rest." No doubt, because after sleeping on one of these heavenly pillow covers, dreamers awaken with a renewed sense of body and spirit.
For more information and to locate stores that carry DreamAid Pillow Covers, please visit http://www.dreamaidproducts.com. Available at gift stores nationwide. Suggested retail price of $24.
About DreamAid, Inc.:
DreamAid Inc. was conceived in 2006 by Jamie Eroncig, an entrepreneur from Miami, Florida. Her mission is to develop products to help inspire people through their dreams. Five percent of the profits from DreamAid, Inc go to the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.