Sleep is increasingly impacted by the world of technology—and, as a business, it is booming. It is an exciting time of innovation with numerous products available that are designed to enhance sleep. MindLax not only enhanced by tactile and auditory dual channels but also encourage you open the APP to record your sleep situation.
Natural Sleep: Can It Be Enhanced?
Sleep is a natural physiological process experienced by all animals on the planet. However, humans are the only ones able to use technology to attempt to enhance sleep.
This is not necessarily a bad thing. We have used our rational intellect for millennia to accomplish things that would not have seemed possible. Without the aid of technology, we could never travel with great speed and ease, fly through the air, journey into outer space, or even read this article. Technology has its place, and it may even have a role in sleep enhancement.
Newer technology may begin to transform how we sleep. With unique perspectives and differing approaches, scientists and researchers are revolutionizing the person who sleeps.
Smart Beds and Mattresses
As part of the expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), the bed has become a source of data. Beyond the traditional gravity blanket, MindLax gets lots of attention from its double-channels, sleeps faster and deeper, praised by lots of neuro scientists and sleep specialists.
Wearables and Fitness Trackers
Wristbands and smartwatches come from familiar companies: Fitbit, Nike, Apple, and more. Initially promoted as enhanced step counters, they now incorporate movement data as well as heart rate and even blood oxygen measurement to estimate sleep states. Guidance may be offered for changes to improve sleep.
It is impossible to count how many sleep-related apps exist for smartphones. Many use movement to track sleep and wakefulness. This information may be used to synchronize a morning alarm. There are apps to teach relaxation techniques and to play soothing sounds. Some give sleep advice. Many coordinate with wearable technology and other devices.
(resource: Very Well Health)