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Oura Sleep Monitoring Ring Now Boasts New Meditation Feature

Sleep monitor is not new, but have heard of meditation monitor? Yep, apparently, it is a thing. Oura, the company behind the ring form sleep monitor has just introduced a new meditation feature called Oura Moment. Oura Moment offers on-demand meditation tracking. It does so by measuring resting heart rate and heart rate variability (HRV) which are data points correlating to stress and heart health. With Oura Moment, you will be able to track how meditation affects stress levels, sleep and your overall health. Here are the key details of Moment: Continue reading Oura Sleep Monitoring Ring Now Boasts New Meditation Feature

Pavlok’s Shocking Clock Band Will Send Electric Shock To Wake You Up

Not being able to wake up in the morning is a chronic problem for some people. For these folks, they have probably tried gazillion ways to make them part with their cosy bed, which ranges from threatening to shreds your 100 dollar bills to shooting a target cube with Nerf gun to the crowd favorite, defusing a ’bomb’ trick. If all else fails, you could always D.I.Y. an alarm clock to slap you awake, or you could simply strap on the Pavlok Shock Clock Band on your wrist that will literally shock you into waking up. Sounds like a terrible idea, isn’t it? Continue reading Pavlok’s Shocking Clock Band Will Send Electric Shock To Wake You Up

Kokoon Sleep Sensing Headphones Will Coax You to Sleep with Audio and Sees to Your Sleep Wellness

It is said that music helps to ease us to sleep better than counting sheep, but wearing headphones or in-ear headphones while sleeping will only induce nightmare than a good night sleep. This is where Kokoon, the world’s first sleep sensing headphones, comes in. This sleek, low-profile audio cans not only playback music to coax you to sleep, but it is equipped with EEG sensors to pick up your brain activity and using these data to adjust the music setting, such as the volume, according so the audio does not disturb your sleep if it senses you’re drifting off. Continue reading Kokoon Sleep Sensing Headphones Will Coax You to Sleep with Audio and Sees to Your Sleep Wellness

REMzen Intelligent Sleep Mask Relies on R.E.M. to Enable a Better Sleep

I am sure we are all familiar with sleep tracker. We are told that we should wear it on our wrist, sleep on super thin sensor and even slip under our pillows, but nobody actually propose something that closely related to our sleep: Rapid Eye Movement, or REM for short. Well, that’s until now. Meet REMzen Intelligent Sleep Mask, an advanced personal sleep tracker that does the same as other sleep trackers’ proposed to do and that is to deliver sleep data, as well as waking you at the right moment, but instead of movement, it does so using your REM-cycle. Continue reading REMzen Intelligent Sleep Mask Relies on R.E.M. to Enable a Better Sleep

Chrona Not Only Tracks Your Sleep, But Also Actively Improves It

We have come across countless gadgets that promised to monitor your sleep and most of them works as they should, but to know the sleep data and not being able to act on it is as good as buying a car without an engine, which means you can’t move forward. And that’s not to mention most of these sleep monitors require you to wear something, which may not be as appealing to everyone. That’s for the rest of the sleep monitors, but not with Chrona. Touted as a sleep optimization system, Chrona does not require you to wear anything on your wrist; it wants to be integrated into your sleep and not hinder you in anyway. In short, it wants you to sleep as you normally would while it proceed to monitor your sleeping pattern and actively improve as it happens. Continue reading Chrona Not Only Tracks Your Sleep, But Also Actively Improves It

RestOn Wants to Monitor Your Sleep Without Being Worn

Most sleep monitor or activity tracker that claims to monitor your sleep requires you to wear a wristband when you sleep, but obviously, not everyone’s ok with that. Fortunately, there are a few non-wearable options out there and the RestOn Sleep Monitor by Shenzhen-based Sleepace is the latest to join the non-wearable camp. It does pretty much what most sleep monitors do, which is to track your sleeping pattern, but what makes RestOn Sleep Monitor stands out is a unique design that lets you sleep on it. Medical-grade sensors are packed into a paper-thin strip that goes between the mattress and the bed sheet, positioned around your chest area, and this strip will measures your sleep time, as well as picking up metrics like heart rate, respiratory rate, body movement et cetera. However, considering how much someone could be tossing and turning during the course of his or her sleep, we’re not so sure how well it will work out. Continue reading RestOn Wants to Monitor Your Sleep Without Being Worn

Misfit Introduces New Activity and Sleep Tracker That Does Not Require Charging, Cost Just $50

while one part of the market is brooding over fraudulent crowdfunding campaigns, Misfit is one of the many examples that uses crowdfunding platform as a springboard to successfully launch a startup business. their first product, an activity tracker called Shine, made a killing when it was on Indiegogo nearly two years ago and today, the Redwood City, California-based outfit has a new wearable, dubbed Flash, that’s designed to track your activity and sleep without fuss. like Shine, Flash took a simplistic, minimalist design approach where the entire front is a button. it lets you check on your progress toward your daily activity goal and the time of day at a push of a button. made out of a special soft-touch plastic, Flash promised versatility, ease of use, durability, and is waterproof to 30 meters (about 99 feet), best of all, it cost just $49.99 to own. Continue reading Misfit Introduces New Activity and Sleep Tracker That Does Not Require Charging, Cost Just $50

Sense By Hello Wants To End All Your Sleeping Problems

what you see here is not a mementos of Beijing’s bird’s nest stadium used in 2008 Summer Olympics, though it looks pretty much like one, only rounder and sexier. it is the newest new kid on the sleep monitor block, simply called Sense that, like all sleep monitors in the market, aims to end all your sleeping problems. the thing about Sense is, it doesn’t promise magic with a single device; it actually comprises of three things: the beautifully sculpted sensor that does its job without marring your bedroom’s decor, a small but sensitive clip-on sleep tracking sensor that detects every toss and turn you make during sleep, and a mobile app that score your sleep, log any disturbances and presents them so you will be in the know of why you get or not get a good night sleep. Continue reading Sense By Hello Wants To End All Your Sleeping Problems

Withings Aura Sleep Monitor

so you think your nightly sleep was never good? if that is the case, we believe you might have explored your options with the myriad of sleep monitors in the market. well, here’s another sleep monitor, dubbed the Withings Aura, to add to your list. the device comprises of two part (or three if you count the app as one): a movement sensor that slips under your mattress and an LED lamp that, like the Philips Wake-up Light, promised to coax you to sleep and also gently rouse you up in the morning. the two-part device records your sleeping environment (noise pollution, room temperature and light levels) and sleep patterns (such as body movements, breathing cycles and heart rate), providing you a deep understanding of your sleeping experience. Continue reading Withings Aura Sleep Monitor

iwaku Smart Wake-up Light

picture this: you in a deep sleep and someone, such as your spouse or mum or whoever, comes barging in and pull open the curtains, rays of light enough to make any vampire cringed pours in, after which they proceed to shake you up. not a good feeling, we bet. abrupt waking is basically a bad hair day in the making, which is obviously not good. with the iwaku Smart Wake-up Light, you can keep your “Do Not Disturb” sign on your door and let it do the waking up. like most sleep monitor before it (such as the Lumawake), iwaku monitors your sleep pattern with the aid of a smartphone app and wakes you up at the optimal time, which is at your lighter sleeping phase. but prior to that, the built-in light will gradually intensifies and finally, the alarm kicks in to make the final call for you to wakey wakey. Continue reading iwaku Smart Wake-up Light