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Smart Devices with Sleep Aid Software

Technology, especially smartphones, computers, and TVs, is often associated with disrupting sleep. On the flip side, numerous sleep aid technologies have actually been developed to help us in the ever-elusive quest for a good night’s sleep. These sleep aid technologies have been utilized in a variety of smart devices including products by Apple, Google, Samsung, Fitbit, and more. You can use these smart devices and their built-in sleep aid software to make sure that you get an even better night’s sleep on your BedInABox® mattress. By incorporating sleep aid software into most smart devices, developing effective sleep practices should be easier than ever. Keep reading to learn more about some of these useful resources that might literally be at the tip of your finger.

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Smart Phones and Sleep Apps

The first sleep aid software that was developed has its roots in meditation and white noise. Although simple, these techniques serve as an easy way to improve sleep quality through relaxation. With devices like smartphones or tablets, built in and downloadable apps put the power of relaxation at the tip of your fingers (and with minimal effort). You can also access more advanced sleep aid software with your phone to track sleep or restlessness, and to set a specific sleep schedule day-to-day. While smartphones were the first smart device with sleep aid software, smartwatches and other small devices have now been developed to provide more accurate and detailed sleep insights.

 

Smart Watches

Sleep aid software is now available in smart watches including those made by Fitbit, Garmin, and Apple.

Smart watches have the ability to track your sleep, resting heart rate, and rate your sleep based on restlessness. The smartwatch is one of the most common ways to get accurate sleep information catered to your sleep needs. Smart devices have even gone a step further in allowing users to create a sleep schedule. This sleep schedule allows you to receive a notification that reminds you when it is time to go to bed. Consistency is a key component to an effective bedtime routine and a healthy sleep schedule. Remember, it is important to get around seven to eight hours of sleep each night. Using sleep technology can provide the insights you need to adjust your bedtime routine to ensure enough quality sleep on a more consistent basis.

 

Smart Home Systems

Smart home devices, such as Google Home or Amazon Echo systems, can also be used as a tool to improve sleep quality. Smart home devices have features that include a night light, alarms, meditation sequences, relaxation sounds, and even bedtime stories. The sleep aid software embedded in smart home systems can benefit your entire family. Although these are not traditional sleep aids, nighttime activities before bedtime play a large role in the how well you and your family sleep.  

 

Smart Rings

Another smart device that you can use to improve your sleep quality is a smart ring, such as the Oura Ring. A smart ring is a smaller, minimalistic alternative to a smartwatch, that can also track health and sleep information. For example, the Oura Ring can monitor your resting heart rate, heart rate variability, respiratory rate, body temperature, light sleep, deep sleep, REM sleep, nighttime movement, and sleep quality. This is a wealth of information that can be tracked from a small ring on your finger. Generally speaking, the Oura Ring is a compact and non-invasive device that can help you understand and improve your sleep patterns.

 

Other Devices

Other smart devices that have been designed with sleep aid software range from sleep earbuds to sleeping pads. ZenBuds, a newer sleep aid device, have the ability to track all aspects of sleep including movement, sleep position, and overall sleep quality. ZenBuds also come with built in soothing sounds to help you fall asleep at night. Another smart device that uses technology well beyond your typical sleep aid is the DreamOn device. The DreamOn device is a wearable device that emits gently pulses to help you sleep and features an app that can track sleep and provide audio tracks that can help you unwind before bedtime.

 

Conclusion

Thanks to such advanced technology, there are now many smart devices available to you with built-in sleep technology. Quality sleep is vital to maintaining good health, so take advantage of the sleep technology available to you.