The Smart Sleep Alarm Is The Holy Grail Of Health Tracking

No, I kid you not. There’s no Sir Not-Appearing-in-this-Film nor eloquent monologues about swallows, and not even a reference to hose-riding coconut mimicry. I’ve truly found the Holy Grail of health tracking and will share it with you today. Behold as the answer is… the smart sleep alarm! If you ask anyone I know, they’ll probably share how I reverently praise smart sleep alarms. By the end of this article, you will understand why this is the case. Don’t count sheep, your health depends on it When I was a baby, my parents used to sing me lullabies to lull me off to sleep. As for adults, people would suggest counting sheep so as to finally call it a day. The latter method has been proven not to work, while the former has been shown to decrease pain levels and heart rate, and effectively help babies sleep. The actual sleeping process is equally, if not more, crucial to good health as falling asleep. Indeed, lack of sleep is linked to conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity. Source: https://www.foodnavigator.com/ However, a good night’s sleep is more noticeable by feeling fresh and ready to kickstart your day, and this aspect might entice you more to tracking your sleep than the other underlying benefits. After self-testing various apps and devices, and even running a 6-months sleep tracking experiment, I can confirm that it is possible to achieve your optimal sleep every night and feel energized every...
Source: The Medical Futurist - Category: Information Technology Authors: Tags: Health Sensors & Trackers sleep digital health sensors sleep sensor digital health technologies smart alarm Source Type: blogs

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