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Philips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband helps you achieve a deeper sleep
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Philips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband helps you achieve a deeper 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. All working in conjunction, the SmartSleep Headband sensors offer users a drug-free solution to sleep enhancement. With your newfound abundance of sleep with the headband, you’ll wake feeling more alert and with a boost in energy. Then, with the app, view your sleep metrics to find out which triggers are keeping you from your best rest.

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Philips is helping you make the most of the time you spend sleeping.
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Headband, 30 Sensors
Soft Fabric
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iOS, Android
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