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Sleep Technology

  • Westin Hotel Takes Sleep to the Next Level

    The Westin Hotel chain has long been known for its Heavenly Bed, a trademarked bit of branding that long preceded the present sleep-conscious trend. To mark the fifteen anniversary of the introduction of the Heavenly Bed, the chain is introducing a new level of sleep servicing with the announcement of a partnership with Lark Technologies to create a Sleep Sensor Wearable-Lending program for guests at certain Westin properties. The program is part of Westin’s year-long Well-Being Movement. Continue reading

  • Gaming Company Entering Consumer Sleep Monitoring

    Nintendo, the company whose name is synonymous with video games and entertainment, has announced that they are working on a new fatigue and sleep deprivation sensor as the first product from their ne health and lifestyle division. According to Nintendo’s chief executive Satoru Iwata, the QOL Sensor will measure all of a person’s vital signs as well as the details of their sleep activities and will deliver them to the cloud. The device will be a bedside unit, and will not require any kind of interaction or to be in contact with the consumer’s body. Continue reading

  • How to Use the Data Your Sleep Tracker Provides

    There are so many fitness trackers on the market today that provide consumers with data on their sleep activity, but not many of them go the extra step of providing an interpretation of the data or a direction in which to go in order to improve upon the sleep that you’re getting. Though it may be interesting to see how many minutes you slept without turning over or what the temperature was in your bedroom while you slept, what is most important is to know what to do with the information that has been gathered. Sleep experts say that in the cases of almost all of the trackers and apps that are out there, the information that’s provided is generic at best, but there are steps you can take and outside information about yourself that you can combine with the data in order to give yourself a good sense of your sleep health and what you need to do to improve it. Continue reading

  • Jawbone Sleep Data Reveals Difference in Cities’ Sleep Habits

    Jawbone, manufacturer of a popular wireless speakers headsets and other consumer technology, has recently broken into the wearable device field, including a popular fitness tracker called “UP” that monitors - among other things - sleep. The company has been collecting some of the data that has come in from its users regarding their sleep habits and has just released it on their company blog, giving the world an interesting look at the amount of sleep that the citizens of the world’s largest cities are getting per night. Continue reading

  • Sleep Trackers Raising Sleep Awareness

    Sleep scientists and physicians have been urging the public to get more sleep, and bemoaning the lack of priority that this important function earns in our daily schedule, but that all may be changing as the popularity of fitness trackers and sleep trackers continue to rise. The sales of these devices, which some view as a novelty, has been booming, and that’s not a bad thing. The more people are realizing how little sleep they are getting, the more attention they are paying to educational materials about how much sleep they need, and they’re starting to take action. Continue reading

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