Sleep Technology Was No Snooze in 2017

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The sleep tech industry is not about to rest, although that’s exactly what they are aiming to achieve – the perfect rest and the perfect night’s sleep for you!

This year we have already witnessed a surge in innovative sleep technology and products coming onto the market. Back in January we attended CES and the smart sleep tech area was the place to go for those tech-savvy visitors looking to get off their feet for a while and relax.

From smart pillowcases, innovative night lights and smart alarm clocks, to smart beds with built-in foot warmers for a toasty experience on those long winter nights, companies and manufacturers are going to great lengths to help consumers increase their sleep quality in 2017.

If you’re a sleep-walker then there are night lights that detect when you get up. If you’re a sleep-talker then there’s an app that records your snoring and what you say. And if you’re someone who lacks a good dosage of vitamin Z each night, then there are headphones which help to induce sleep and even smart mattresses that automatically adjust the pad’s temperature and positioning to create that perfect sleeping environment.

This year we have also been impressed by both wearable and non-wearable sleep monitors and sleep tracking devices. Smartwatches, waistbands and ultra-thin sensory bands that go under your sheet all track your REM and non-REM sleep cycles, heartbeat and overall quality of sleep. What’s more is they are all accompanied by monitoring apps which offer convenient sleep advice based on your own sleep tracking data.

So if you’re looking for a new line of consumer electronics products for 2017, then sleep tech may well be the area to explore. Don’t snooze - start your search on today!



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