November 28, 2019
Beddr's Sleep Filled Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deal
Beddr is offering a $30 discount on the SleepTuner and a one hour webinar for people who purchase by Monday, December 2, 2019 at 11:59pm PT with code Holiday2019.
With 90 million Americans struggling with at least one kind of sleep disorder, it’s no wonder that public interest in sleep hygiene has spiked in recent years. With so many people seeking a greater understanding of how sleep affects their overall health and well-being, the consumer health tech field took note and a barrage of new products flooded the market. Although some claim that they have recorded millions of nights of sleep data most is not particularly useful in the eyes of a trained sleep physician.
What is Sleep Tuning? Think of it this way: you have a prized car or guitar that you really love. It was made by experts and at the moment you took ownership, it was in perfect condition. But with the passage of time and regular use, it needs to be tuned so it can still perform at its best. And you probably won’t tune it the same way every time. Rather, you’ll notice nuances and differences that weren’t there before, and adjust accordingly on a case-by-case basis as time passes. There’s no one-size-fits-all with sleep tuning. You make small adjustments, change a few habits, learn a few new ones then give them a spin to see if you feel more rested. The Beddr SleepTuner offers objective insights to see if your tuning is having a measurable impact on the quality of your sleep.
Check out how the Beddr SleepTuner sizes up against Fitbit, Apple Watch, Beddit, and other devices and apps for sleep tracking, sleep apnea monitoring, blood oxygen-level analysis, and more.
The Beddr SleepTuner brings the insights of a clinical sleep lab into the privacy and comfort of your bedroom. The SleepTuner provides insights about your sleep position, sleep duration, nighttime oxygen saturation levels, and heart rate variability. In addition to all of these metrics, you are provided with a sleep quality rating. We’re here to help explain the different ratings and what they mean for you.
While most movement trackers are worn on the wrist, is that the best location for capturing sleep data? Learn why the forehead is best location for a sleep sensor to monitor blood oxygen levels, heart rate, sleep apnea symptoms, and more.
The science of sleep has evolved considerably over the past several decades, but for all that we know, there is even more that we don’t. Part of what holds the industry back is a lack of high quality data from which to infer the true relationship between our actions, choices, sleep quality, and our overall health.
Nearly 100 million Americans struggle with their sleep, and many are actively looking to better understand and improve their situation. Traditionally, it comes down to deciding between two distinct approaches: an overnight stay in a sleep lab or purchasing a sleep tracker. But what if there was another option that bridged the gap?