Nowadays, many people struggle to have a good night sleep. With the increasing stress, noise, radiation and external interruptions, completing a quiet eight-hours sleep is a task that might require some innovative products and simple adjustments that can improve your night sleep.
The sleeping problem is an emerging global epidemic, both in developing and developed countries. While back in the old days, the structure of sleep was well known for all members of society and night was the quiet time of the day with no interruptions, these days, the rise of technology and globalization have created a new mechanism which allows you to be awake anytime and find things that occupy you.
Eventually, there are a lot of disruptions for a good night sleep, most of them are mentally, but there are some products that can make a tiny difference and improve your night sleep.
Sleep Sound Machine
Some people find it hard to fall asleep in a quiet place and sleep sound machine is a great solution. User reviews are positive with many of the users confirm that the product has changed their sleeping experience. You have a huge selection of these products in a range of $15-$100. We recommend the Lectro Fan Fan and White Noise Machine.
GO2SLEEP – Artifical Intelligence (AI) powered device for restful sleep
Well, this product is on another level of analyzing your sleeping behavior.
The GO2SLEEP is basically a ring and a mobile app that monitors your sleeping activity. The GO2SLEEP helps you to analyze reasons for poor sleep and it will also provide you some activities that can improve your sleep. Quite expensive but very unique product.
Nyxoah solution for OSA and snoring
For those who have Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) or a snoring problem, the startup Nyxoah offers a unique device that solves Apnea and snoring by electric stimulation of the tongue nerve.
Calm Mobile App
The 2017 app of the year, Calm, offers four features to help users sleep better: Meditate, sleep, body, and music. The app is easy to use with beautiful design and user interface and you can get 7-Day Free Trial. The app costs 59.99 annually.
A Sleeping pillow
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Depending on your preference, soft or firm pillow, a good pillow can make a huge difference. Soft pillows are recommended for stomach sleepers while a firm pillow is a better choice for those who are back sleepers.
Innovative sleeping mattress
Some companies like Simbasleep, Tomorrow, and SleepInnovations develop innovatively mattresses with new technology for a fully enhanced sleep experience. Some of these companies are combining artificial intelligence technology to insert new features such as heating and cooling mattresses, memory foam mattresses, AI cameras, track pods, and more. The Sleep Innovations M-MAT-02260 and the Sleep Innovations Gel Memory Foam are extremely recommended.
Kortex Virtual Reality
Kortex is a new virtual reality product created by Fisher Wallace that helps to reduce stress and improve sleep experience by stimulating serotonin production, lowering cortisol and modulating brain activity. You can use Kortex with or without a VR headset, and the cost is $499 with a 1-year warranty.
Another similar product is the Brain Stimulator v3.0.
Sleep supplements and vitamins
Some of the sleep-promoting supplements contain melatonin, theanine, magnesium, glycine and more which can significantly improve night sleep. Melatonin, in particular, plays a big role in your natural sleep-wake cycle.
If you are suffering from Insomnia, you might want to try these natural sleeping supplements. Insomnia involves having trouble falling or staying asleep and causes constant tiredness including upon waking.
Take note that these supplements are mostly natural, however, it is important to check all the details before using it.
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