Posts Tagged: sleep

What we’re buying: Instant Pot Ultra, Huel and Sleep Cycle

This month is a (mostly) foodie edition of IRL. Nicole Lee sings the praises of the Instant Pot, while Daniel Cooper doesn't last long on the meal-replacement system, Huel. Tim Seppala, however, is just trying to get a good night's rest.
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Your sleep tracker may actually disturb your sleep, study suggests

In a bid to improve sleep patterns, many people have turned turned to devices such as sleep trackers to better optimize their shut-eye. But a new case series suggests these devices might actually prompt sleep problems.

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Seven easy ways to track your sleep habits with technology

There are a handful of different ways you can leverage today’s tech to get a better night’s sleep, so we rounded up seven of the best ways to do so. Read on to get the lowdown on the best sleep-tracking tech around.

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iHome’s Zenergy line of connected products gets your sleep back on track

iHome’s new Zenergy series of connected alarm clocks get your sleep on track with color-shifting LEDs synchronized with your body’s circadian rhythm. The first clock is available in two models.

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Rest easy: The Pebble Time will wake you at the best point in your sleep cycle

Pebble Time users are set for a pretty hefty update, which comes with a smart alarm, waking you up when is best for your sleeping schedule; and better texting features, finally allowing you to start SMS conversations with iOS.

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Fossil’s $95 Q Motion activity tracker can also track sleep

Fossil has a new fashionable wearable that has an interchangeable strap and a cylindrical shape, reminiscent of Misfit’s Ray wearable. The water resistant Q Motion also has smart tap technology, letting you launch functions with just a tap.

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This wearable boosts health & productivity by extending your restorative deep sleep phase

Rythm’s Dreem headset improves daily performance by extending the restorative deep sleep phase. It is the world’s first active sleep improvement wearable, since it uses auditory stimulation to improve deep sleep in addition to basic sleep monitoring and data.

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People living in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones, but they might sleep better

The Photon Space is a $ 330,000 house made entirely of glass. It’s meant to give you an ideal amount of sun to help you tap into your circadian clock and get the proper amount of sleep.

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Give tiredness the finger with this sleep monitoring, fitness tracking ring

If your don’t want to wear a fitness tracking wrist band, what about a health tracking ring on your finger? The Oura ring is the latest wearable to hit Kickstarter, and it’s designed to help you make the most of your sleep.

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