You probably know that using TVs, smartphones and other tech devices before going to bed isn’t really good for your sleep. This is because screens emit blue light, which affects the level of melatonin—a hormone in charge of your sleep.
ALAN (Artificial Light At Night) has a huge impact on the quantity and the quality of sleep we get, resulting in us having sleep disorders, negative emotions, problems with body thermoregulation, etc.
You’ve probably heard of some new and useful gadgets that are made to help you catch some quality shut-eye. And have you asked yourself if they’re just a marketing trick or a true necessity?
Sleeping gadgets are the newest and the most modern tech innovations that aren’t harmful to your sleep, but are actually made to improve it.
Today, more than 1.2 billion people suffer from different sleep issues worldwide. People nowadays spend less time sleeping and relaxing, and more time working. An average person needs between 7 and 9 hours of sleep each night. However, only in the US, more than 35% of adults sleep less than recommended 7 hours.
If you want to learn more about sleeping gadgets, what they are made for, and which ones are the best for you and your loved ones, check out the infographic below.
Which sleep disorders can sleep gadgets help you with?
There is a variety of sleep gadgets and most of them are made to help solve some of the most common sleeping issues people might have. Sleep gadgets can help you with:
- sleep apnea
- narcolepsy (excessive sleepiness during the day, that may include sudden “sleep attacks“)
- bruxism (teeth grinding)
- shift work sleep disorder
You might think that having nightmares is a problem that can’t be solved. However, we’re here to prove you different.
Nightmares are disturbing dreams, which are mostly caused by constant stress and anxiety, trauma, fluctuating sleep schedule, alcohol consumption or smoking. They may affect 80%-90% of people at some point in their lives and around 50% of children are affected by nightmares frequently, which causes them to wake up their parents.
Check out the infographic below to become an expert and learn more about sleeping gadgets! You’ll most likely find a sleeping gadget that will help you resolve your sleep problem!
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