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Which gadgets out there can help you with falling asleep?

While it’s true that technology has dramatically disrupted our sleeping and all other habits, but let’s not forgets that the first and foremost responsibility of it is to ease up our life. So whether you can’t fall asleep at all or need to sleep a little bit earlier, we are here with list 5 best […]

While it’s true that technology has dramatically disrupted our sleeping and all other habits, but let’s not forgets that the first and foremost responsibility of it is to ease up our life. So whether you can’t fall asleep at all or need to sleep a little bit earlier, we are here with list 5 best gadgets to help you sleep better and faster.

Neuro On

Neuro On is a uniquely designed mask allows you to switch from monophasic to polyphasic sleep more efficiently and then up help you learn more about your best time to sleep. It is made of four components. Its central part is made of soft polyurethane foam giving the mask its unique shape.

The inner side of the mask is shaped for the second part electronics to fit which will be hidden from the users. The last part of the mask is its outside, soft material cover which will be watchful and to personalise the product.

  • It has more features like
  • Smart alarm clock
  • Polyphasic sleep manager
  • Nap manager    
  • Time zones adjuster
  • Lucid dream inductor 

Eight smart mattresses

If you are looking for a solution to how to sleep with back pain then a smart mattress like eight smart mattresses surely can help you a lot. It will help you to get rid of any pain on your body.

It has five layers, a branch of high-density foam, memory foam, supportive transition foam and even reactive foam whatever that is and there is the technology layer.

It tracks your sleep trends, your breathing, and your body temperature as well. It can tell when you have fallen deep sleep or when you are tossing and turning. It also warms up your bed to help you have a cosy nap.

Aurora

The aurora is a comfortable headband that you will wear when sleeping. It actively monitors your sleep stages throughout the night. Not only does it sense brainwaves but also contains an accelerometer that tracks body movements.

Dreams occur almost exclusively during REM which is just one sleep state of many that we cycle through multiple times each night when you are dreaming. The aurora plays audiovisual cues to help you recognise that you are in a dream.

These cues are designed to be subtle enough that they find their way into your dream without actually waking you up and usually when this happens, and you become aware of the safety of the world that you are in.

Sense

It is a simple system that tracks your sleep, monitors the environment of your bedroom, and reinvents the alarm. Sense watches for noise light, temperature, particulates in the air and more.

The sleep pill-your movements at night tell you how soundly you are sleeping. If you disturbed at midnight, you would be able to see if it was your partner’s snoring or a car alarm that went off that caused it.

We all have a natural sleep cycle, but a standard alarm will wake you regardless of when best for you. However, sense’s smart alarm knows how to wake you up at the right time.

Kokoon

Kokoon the sleep sensing headphone that helps you relax and sleep better anytime anywhere. Audio is one of the most effective ways of helping us relax and switch off naturally while regular headphones get uncomfortable and hot.

Kokoon accurately tracks how deeply you are sleeping using its EEG sensors. Then it uses this information to adjust your audio as you fall asleep. It ensures your sound does not wake you and its better tuned to block out external disturbances.

Conclusion

In this modern time, we all are looking for ways to enhance our sleep. If you are worried about these tech gadgets that help you to fall asleep might be inspired partially by monetary profit. However, they all have an aim for bettering the lives of people and the world they live in and are proved to be useful as well.

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