As society grows more conscious of our health and immune system, we thought it would be good to share data from previous scientific studies on sleep and the immune system.
Our goal at SleepWatch is to help you sleep better. One way we aim to achieve this is by providing you with easy access to personalized insights that we believe can help reveal something important about your sleep and overall health. With more data at your disposal, you may be able to make better choices to help you achieve your best sleep. Our newest feature introduces the ability to track your Sleeping Heart Rate Variability (HRV). This new sleep metric—which is not the same measure as heart rate—may reveal unique attributes about your sleep quality and well-being.
In our newest release of SleepWatch we introduce new accessibility for the visually impaired. Many users access products through Apple's built-in VoiceOver mechanism. If a product is not built with this modality in mind, many important details can be misrepresented or lost in the reading.
Here at SleepWatch, we have a keen interest in keeping up with the latest in sleep news and innovation. This week's articles cover tips things you can do throughout the day to improve your sleep, whether you can really “catch-up” on sleep, and falling asleep and staying asleep. For your reading pleasure, here are some of the articles the team has found interesting this week.
The latest season of your favorite show just dropped for streaming, and it turns out every episode ends with a cliffhanger. Suddenly, you look at the clock, horrified at how late it got. The next day, your alarm buzzes. It’s wake-up time. You’re groggy and dragging yourself out of bed seems like the last thing you want to do. Sound familiar? We’re happy to announce new features to help you regain control.
For years people have been under the impression a drink after work or a nightcap at bedtime would help them relax or perhaps better yet get a good night’s sleep. In fact, 20% of Americans currently use alcohol as their preferred sleep aid. Scientific evidence points to the fact that alcohol has complex effects on our sleep and in aggregate is detrimental to our health.
In our continuing efforts to improve SleepWatch for all of our users, we are excited to announce some new features that we hope will improve your insight into sleep. You'll get feedback on the changes you are making with us and see how your data compares to SleepWatch users across the globe.
Here at SleepWatch, we have a keen interest in keeping up with the latest in sleep news and innovation. This week's articles cover tips for falling asleep and the mattress companies vying for your business. For your reading pleasure, here are some of the articles the team has found interesting this week.
Did you get up this morning feeling somewhat-rested or not rested at all? Are you ordering that third cup of coffee mid-morning to keep your eyes open? Are you having trouble concentrating by early afternoon? These signs might suggest that you did not have a good night's sleep. Light seeping into your sleeping environment may be a factor in preventing a restful sleep.