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How does the Sleep IQ™ technology in Sleep Number® beds really work?
Did you know forty-seven percent of Americans are sleep-deprived? If you are one of many Americans in need of a few extra zzz’s , check out the new Sleep IQ™ technology from Sleep Number . The Sleep IQ™ technology works with Sleep Number’s DualAir™ technology to track and monitor your sleep – from total time in bed and sleep quality to average heart and breathing rates – to help you learn how to sleep better. There is nothing to wear or turn on. All you have to do is sleep. Read More
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History of the Quantified Self
For thousands of years people have tracked personal data - how much they make, how much they eat, how far they travel. Technology is making data acquisition more seamless - almost to the point of automation. Read More
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Unplug for a Good Night’s Sleep
If you’re in need of better sleep, make sure you unplug before heading to bed. Both physical and psychological stress can cause sleep disruption — which leads to an inability to deal with additional stress the next day! Reduce your stress level and get a better night’s sleep by avoiding mental and physical work in the hours leading up to bed time. REM sleep “resets” the brain’s reactivity to negative events so that the next day, we are prepared to better deal with stress and emotional challenges. REM sleep, also known as “dream-state sleep” occurs in the latter half of your night in bed so cutting on sleep usually means cutting out valuable REM sleep. Once again, reminding us of the importance of long (7 ½ – 8 hours), uninterrupted sleep each and every night. Find a Sleep Number mattress store near you, and find out how SleepIQ™ technology can help if you're having trouble sleeping. Read More
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Cheers to a Good Night’s Sleep
Before raising your glass, think twice about how your alcohol consumption may affect your sleep. While many wine connoisseurs think a glass of merlot is the perfect ‘night cap,’ research proves otherwise. 1. Alcohol exacerbates breathing problems. After a few drinks, you are more likely to encounter snoring and sleep apnea. 2. Alcohol also inhibits your deep REM sleep, the stage of sleep in which you are most likely to dream. 3. Sleep after a few cocktails tends to be more fragmented and less rejuvenating overall. 4. If you’re normally an 8-hour sleeper and you sleep 6 hours, the impact on performance is comparable to .05 alcohol level. In all, a few less cocktails may be the best recipe for a good night’s sleep, especially if you’re hoping for sweet dreams. Find a Sleep Number mattress store near you, and find out how SleepIQ™ technology can help if you're having trouble sleeping. Read More
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History of the Quantified Self
For thousands of years people have tracked personal data - how much they make, how much they eat, how far they travel. Technology is making data acquisition more seamless - almost to the point of automation. Read More
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