Tech to Help You Get a Better Night’s Sleep

Published On April 17, 2018 | Electronics

If you’re like most people, you probably find your smartphone, tablet, or other device, is keeping you up way past your bedtime, but it doesn’t have to be this way! Believe it or not, your smartphone and other tech gadgets can actually help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and even get better quality sleep. So stop cutting yourself short in the sleep department! Now’s the time to make tech work for you and not against you when it comes to getting a proper dose of zzz’s. These gadgets and apps can help.

SleepScore Max

A lot of sleep tracking devices need to be worn or placed in bed, which can make it difficult for some people to get comfortable. This completely negates the benefit of sleep tracking. SleepScore Max eliminates this problem and doesn’t need to make contact with you or your bed. The technology does this by reading low-energy radio waves, which allows it to track light, deep, and REM sleep. It then analyzes your sleep, as well as environment, including temperature and light, to give you tips on how to improve your sleep.

Sleep Genius App

One of the biggest problems in getting a good night’s sleep is going to bed at the right time. Of course, most people know going to sleep too late will mean less sleep, but giving yourself enough sleep cycles is just as important. With the Sleep Genius App you can find the right time to go to sleep in order to give yourself enough cycles of light, deep, and REM sleep, which, according to the specialists at Sleep Genius, is key to getting quality, restful sleep. The Sleep Genius app also has a relaxation program that uses acoustically modified music to trigger the body’s relaxation response, perfect for use when trying to wind down before bed.

Eight Sleep Smart Mattress

Changing your mattress to a smart mattress may be just the thing you need to improve your sleep and feel more rested in the morning. The Eight Sleep smart mattress is a great choice as it tracks a variety of sleep parameters, including the amount of time asleep, tossing and turning, light and deep sleep, heart and respiratory rate, and room and bed temperature. Sync your mattress with your smart home device and you’ll get personalized tips on how to improve your sleep. The Eight Sleep mattress even has a warming feature for those who like to stay toasty or prefer to sleep without heavy blankets.

Relax Melodies App

Listening to white noise has been a long-used method to fall asleep and with so many white noise apps you no longer need a white noise machine to take up space in your room. One of the most popular white noise apps is Relax Melodies. This app let’s you create a customized playlist to help you relax and fall asleep. You can combine sounds, like rain and ocean waves, with melodies and adjust the volume of each item to create your perfect relaxation mix. The app even has a timer to shut off on its own to help you fall asleep and stay asleep.

RetinaShield Blue Light Filter

Staring at your smartphone screen may be causing your eyes to become fatigued and making it difficult for you to feel rested when you wake up. The RetinaShield screen protector from Tech Armor may be just what you need to protect your eyes and sleep better. The RetinaShield filters out Blue Light from smartphones, which Tech Armor claims helps reduce digital eye strain and promote healthy melatonin levels for improved sleep.

Don’t miss out on the restful night’s sleep you deserve. Sleep tech may be just what you need to sleep well and wake up ready to take on your day.

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