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Driving the next generation of sleep health

The Challenge

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has declared sleep deprivation a public health epidemic.

Over 1 billion people worldwide suffer from sleep disorders like sleep apnea.

World map - 1 billion people suffer from sleep apnea
Chart displaying health risks associated with sleep deprivation

Up to 4x health risk The consequences of sleep deprivation may include: chronic fatigue and daily underperformance, heightened risk for diabetes, depression and cardiovascular disease and increased likelihood to be involved in a serious accident.

85% of people with sleep apnea are either unaware or don’t have easy access to clinical grade testing, board-certified sleep expertise, and validated therapies.

Chart showing 85% of people with sleep apnea are unaware

Our Approach

Beddr is the first company to develop a sleep product that is clinically validated, but consumer friendly.  It’s designed to increase access to accurate sleep technology and experts while more deeply engaging individuals in their own sleep health.  

At Beddr,  we base our decisions on proven sleep research, apply people-centric design to affect positive behavior change, and leverage powerful datasets to deliver more personalized insights and recommendations. All in the dogged pursuit of improved health outcomes at lower costs.

Beddr mobile app and SleepTuner

The Science Behind Beddr

Many factors can affect the quality of our sleep. The Beddr SleepTuner combines both quantitative and qualitative measures to offer an insightful sleep assessment.

The SleepTuner sensor measures many of the same essential parameters of sleep breathing as sleep labs. Oxygen has been a cornerstone of sleep measurement since the beginning, as it is a key indicator of respiratory function.

Breathing issues during sleep can impair oxygen levels, resulting in disrupted sleep and increased physiologic stress. Sleeping position is typically the strongest driver of oxygen variability in those with sleep breathing issues. The SleepTuner records and analyzes oxygen and sleeping position data to provide insights about your sleep.

Qualitatively, the SleepTuner app helps users record and understand other factors influencing their sleep quality. These include things like alcohol consumption, sleeping pills, and allergies which can affect sleep breathing. By combining data with sleep journaling over multiple nights, Beddr offers deeper insights into sleep issues, and the ability to discover what actions result in the greatest improvement.