9 futuristic nighttime gadgets to help you sleep better
Sleep is vital. Sure, we hear stories about people who only sleep four hours or less per night, but it's medically proven that that's not healthy. Most people need 7 to 9 hours of sleep to maintain alertness, function properly, and stay healthy. But getting a good night's sleep can be difficult, and some people struggle consistently to fall asleep. Now, there are devices and tools to help with that issue, and we have them for you.
You’ve been working on updating your home. You have smart devices in your kitchen, in your living room, in your bathroom… Heck, you probably even have a lot of smart features in your car. But have you thought about your bedroom? It could probably use an upgrade. We all think about our health and the effect it has on the way we feel and on our mortality, but many times, people overlook just how important sleep is to the equation. Luckily, there are some pretty cool futuristic nighttime gadgets to help.
If you struggle to fall asleep, there are many things you can do to help. One of the things you can do is to look at natural remedies. These can be helpful if you’re willing to take them. But many of us don’t want to form a dependency on any substance. From smart headsets and sleep bands to alarms and rings, there’s bound to be a sleep aid for you on this list.
Hatch Restore All-in-One Sleep System isn’t jarring
Are you looking for a better bedside lamp? The Hatch Restore All-in-One Sleep System might be the solution you’ve been seeking. This light combines a reading light, soothing sounds, and a light-based alarm that feels like the sunrise. Hatch serves as a natural way to help you get a better night’s sleep and is a less-jarring way to wake up than traditional alarms that wake you up suddenly.
Thim Sleep-Tracking Ring helps you get more sleep
The Thim Sleep-Tracking Ring is a wearable device that’s shown to work. In fact, this ring can even extend the amount of time you spend asleep at night, thus helping you feel rested in the morning. Furthermore, it not only helps you fall asleep faster but also to wake fewer times in the night. When you’re getting ready for bedtime, simply place this sleep-tracking wearable on any finger. Once you’ve fallen asleep, Thim wakes you with a gentle vibration.
URGONight Brain Sleep Trainer teaches your brain how to sleep deeply
Like many people, you might struggle with getting good sleep—especially if you spend a lot of time looking at screens. The URGONight Brain Sleep Trainer is an innovative tool that can help you sleep better. When you have 20 minutes to spare during the day, you’ll put this brain-training device on. You then use the connected app on your smartphone to progress through exercises, and the sleep training device measures your brain waves as you do so. By understanding real-time brain activity, this sleep improvement device can teach you how to activate your sleep brain waves.
zLight Smart Lighting Sleep System creates the perfect environment for sleep
If you’re struggling with sleep at night, you need the zLight Smart Lighting Sleep System. The smart light inside responds to your predetermined schedule to let you know when it’s time to get up. Rather than check your phone in the dead of night and blind yourself, zLight remains dark until it’s time to get up. Then, it emits a soft glow to alert you. The zLight Pro also has built-in sensors for temperature, humidity, and CO2 to track and monitor the quality of the air in your bedroom. If something’s off, you’ll be alerted in the app so you can make adjustments.
Banala Lite Sleep Cycle Inducing Device helps you fall into a deep sleep
From the same company that brought you the Sleep Aid Alarm Clock now comes the Banala Lite Sleep Cycle Inducing Device. This sleep aid system helps you fall into a deep sleep with a single push of the button. Emitting sound, this system syncs with your natural sleep cycles to promote your ideal sleep. Because this natural sleep device uses isochronic sound technology, it’s safe for anyone at any age to use. And Banala Lite is portable, so you can even take it traveling to help fight off jet lag.
Philips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband helps boost energy through better sleep
Achieve a better night’s sleep when you wear the Philips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband. Comfortably worn around the head, this sleep wearable pairs with an app. And it is clinically proven to improve your sleep quality. Doctors and researchers engineered the SmartSleep Headband for people who sleep fewer than seven hours a day. Furthermore, the wearable includes 30 adhesive sensors that can each be used up to three times.
Casper Glow Smart Sleeping Light helps you fall asleep faster
Achieve a deeper sleep when you use the Casper Glow Smart Sleeping Light. Designed to help you fall asleep, this clever sleep device helps your body naturally wind down at the end of the day. When it’s time to rest, Glow emits a gentle and warm light to signal to your body to get ready. In addition, it gradually dims once you’re in bed so that you can drift off slowly yet peacefully. Then, when it’s time to wake up, Glow uses soft light to fill your room, so you start your day feeling refreshed. Inside Glow is a built-in gyroscope so you can simply spin the light to change the brightness.
RESPIO Accurate Biometric Sleep Coach uses intelligent tracking
The RESPIO Accurate Biometric Sleep Coach delivers highly accurate data about the quality of your sleep. This device helps you track and manage your shuteye so you can make the most of it. Installing easily on your mattress, RESPIO is a totally non-invasive solution. It’s exceptionally thin and soft, so you’ll barely notice its there. But, don’t let its small stature fool you. While you sleep, RESPIO is hard at work, detecting your sleep. When it determines you’re snoring, it begins to record and listens, searching for disturbances. It can even determine if you suffer from sleep apnea.
Dreem 2 Sleep-Monitoring Headband keeps tabs on your brain activity
Dreem 2 Sleep-Monitoring Headband is a tracker that keeps tabs on how you get through the night. By monitoring your nighttime brain activity, the Dreem 2 can tell how well you’re sleeping. Additionally, this wearable headband pays attention to your movement and heart rate. To accurately take these measurements, the headband has both front and back EEG sensors. This sleep monitor can even help you in fall asleep with its built-in audio features. You can choose from ambiance, meditation, cognition, or respiration techniques that will help you calm your mind before sleeping.
Now that you know there are sleep devices to help you, it’s time for you to pick one and get started with getting a better night’s sleep. Which one of these devices do you think would be more beneficial to you? Let us know!
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