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Introducing Sense - The Sleeping Aid

Introducing Sense - The Sleeping Aid

Category: Industry News
Posted: Nov 16, 2015 10:10
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Synopsis: The sleep orb, which promises to change the way you sleep, has finally flown the nest from its early days as a concept project and rocketed straight to Amazon retailing at 99.

We recently published an article posing the question do sleep aps actually work? Well it may not be an app but a new invention could prove to be a very revolutionary sleep aid.

It’s one of the most successful Kickstarter projects in the last few years and could change the way you sleep at night - introducing Sense, the revolutionary sleeping aid.

 

The sleep orb, which promises to change the way you sleep, has finally flown the nest from its early days as a concept project and rocketed straight to Amazon retailing at £99.

 

So what does the device do?

 

It analyses the state of your room - whether light levels are too high, the temperature of the room, humidity and a particulate detector which detects pollen and other allergens - and relates their effects to the state of your sleep, monitored by a ‘pill’ that clips to your pillow. The pill detects whether you’ve been tossing and turning, how many times you have woken up and works how much sleep you’ve had over the course of one night.

 

Also included is a specialised alarm which knows where you are in your sleep cycle. It works out the best time to trigger the alarm - usually 30 minutes before your alarm is due to - and wakes you up accordingly.

 

There’s also no snooze button included which is bad news for all you snoozers. You’ll appreciate it in the long run however as hitting the snooze button resets your sleep cycle and is ultimately detrimental to your morning routine.

 

Sense seems like a great project and will be beneficial for the many working professionals who simply aren’t getting enough sleep at night. Also, with tossing and turning being more harmful than a lack of sleep, combating this will prove beneficial in the long run. If you find yourself struggling to sleep at night, we definitely recommend giving sense a try.

 

Where is the worst place you’ve woken up in the morning? Let us know in the comments section below. 


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