Technology helps you to sleep better and longer making you more productive

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We all know how important sleep is for our health and our general well-being. But it can sometimes be difficult to sleep soundly every night.

 

Fortunately, there are a growing number of technological tools that can help us sleep better.

 

Wearable devices, such as fitness trackers, can measure indicators such as heart rate, sleep, and activity level, which can give us valuable insights into our sleep patterns.

 

There are also numerous applications that offer soothing sounds and meditation sessions to help us calm down and fall asleep. But it appears that only 3% of these are useful and reliable. Says research that I will cite below …

 

By using these tools, we can ensure that we get the restful sleep we need to function at our best throughout the day.

 

That means you can be more productive, both at work and in private life, by trying one of these technologies.

 

BEWARE OF WHAT YOU USE TO CONTROL YOUR SLEEP

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According to a study by McKinsey, wearable electronic devices can be used to assess the connection between sleep and demographic, economic, and lifestyle variables.

 

However, measuring sleep alone doesn’t always solve the problem. Let me explain why.

 

Some research suggests that sleep trackers contribute to the problem, especially those in apps.

 

Devices that monitor the quality of rest can have anxious effects on people who have a hard time relaxing.

 

For others, having access to information on heart rate, sleep movement, wakefulness, and other variables can be useful for changing your daily routine.

 

However, it is crucial to rely on technology that works really well. Not the programs created this way to grab the mass of users.

 

Don’t haggle through the growing number of apps that promise relaxing sounds and meditation sessions.

 

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine says it: is an institute that studies these aspects and has analyzed more than two thousand apps and has certified the validity for only 3 percent.

 

USE DEVICES THAT YOU CAN WEAR

 

Look for something more specific that has to do with trackers, which only monitor heart rate or blood/oxygen levels, or merely report sleep-wake cycles.

 

If the device has ECG sensors that measure blood oxygen saturation, heart rate, respiratory rate, and movement or even Ppg (photoplethysmography) sensors for blood pressure.

 

By wearing them constantly, it is possible to know exactly how many steps have been taken during the day, the quality of a night’s sleep and how many calories have been burned.

 

The best devices are those that allow you to set goals and compare results over time.

 

One of the most popular fitness trackers is Fitbit, which offers a line of products that track fitness and sleep.

 

The company also recently launched a new app called Fitbit Premium, which gives users even more in-depth analysis of their sleep patterns

 

There are also numerous other wearables on the market that can help you sleep better, such as:

 

THE SECOND GOOGLE SMART SPEAKER GENERATION

Woman using technology to sleep better

Google Smart Speaker uses the “motion sensor” feature.

 

This is radar technology to identify a person’s position and movements. The gadget is placed on the bedside table in the bedroom and monitors the sleep of the person who sleeps next to it (any partner is not detected).

 

Sleep tracking can tell you when you are awake, when you are in a deep sleep, and how fast you breathe.

 

It can also detect room temperature, light changes, and ailments such as snoring and coughing. The relationship it produces is therefore very valid.

 

We are not always aware of how little rest we produce when we sleep in deep sleep mode. So awareness of these analyzes is essential.

 

It’s a shame that installing this type of Google speaker isn’t widespread, and while it’s not very expensive, it’s not an affordable product for most people.

 

AN INTELLIGENT BED THAT MONITORS SLEEP

 

The hi-tech bed is equipped with sensors that track the heart rate and movements of the sleeper.

 

The data collected by the sensors is then used to adjust the stiffness of the mattress, in order to provide the level of support ideal for different types of sleep.

 

The bed also features a built-in sound system that can be used to play relaxing music or white noise to aid in falling asleep.

 

The materials of the bed have been designed to minimize noise and maximize comfort, so you can sleep like if you were in a retirement home.

 

DODOW, THE LUMINOUS METRONOME

Woman sleeping in bed with computer and coffee

He promises to help you fall asleep. The exercise lasts 8-20 minutes and then Dodow shuts down on its own.

 

The principle is simple: by synchronizing your breathing with light, you quickly reach your ideal breathing rate of 6 breaths per minute.

 

This allows you to relax and forget everything that keeps you awake.

The metronome light is cheap, battery-operated, and so small it can be kept in a purse or pocket, which makes it an attractive option for those who want to improve their sleep without breaking the bank.

 

THE BOSE SLEEPBUDS II IS FUN TOO

 

Bose Sleepbuds II are inexpensive earphones designed to isolate you from external snoring and completely cancel out noises from partners.

They emit neutral and relaxing sounds like rain and sea waves.

 

They are very comfortable to wear and fit snugly in the ear, making them ideal for those who want to block out noise without using earplugs.

Bose Sleepbuds II are a great option for those who want to improve their sleep without spending a lot.

 

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