A better night’s sleep is just around the corner.

Our Founder, Eric Nofzinger, MD, is a world-renowned sleep physician and a man on a mission: to create a safe and effective drug-free treatment for insomnia. 

With positive initial clinical study results in hand, Dr. Nofzinger built a team of sleep scientists, product developers and business people to bring his vision to reality.  

Click here to read more about our team.


With nearly a third of us suffering from insomnia, sleeplessness is a problem directly or indirectly impacting everyone.  Unfortunately, current solutions such as sleeping pills have many downsides that make them a less-than-ideal choice.

Cerêve is setting out to develop a clinically-proven device for the treatment of insomnia that is safe and effective for use every night -- without the side effects of sleeping pills.


With over fifty years of collective experience in the sleep space, our passion is finding ways to help us all get the deep, refreshing sleep we need and deserve. 

Our commitment to you is to work tirelessly to deliver a great product to the world…so we can all get some rest.


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“Doc, I can’t shut my mind off in order to get some sleep.  It just keeps racing.  It won’t settle down....”

I’ve had an interest in sleep for the past 35 years, most of which has been as a practicing sleep medicine doctor listening to and treating the problems of individuals who suffer from sleep disorders such as insomnia.  

I’m also a psychiatrist and clinical researcher in the area of sleep and psychiatric disorders who has come to understand the importance of sleep and our mental activity during sleep, including dreaming, as it relates to who we are, how we feel and how we function during the day, both personally and professionally.  

Like breathing and eating, sleep is one of those universal things that everyone does, yet somehow takes for granted...as long as it goes well. Read more...