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Sleep deprivation is a growing issue in today’s world. On average, 25% adults worldwide do not get enough quality sleep every night. The reasons for sleep deprivation vary, ranging from simple issues, such as room temperature, to more serious issues, such as back or neck pain, or stress and emotional problems.
There are a lot of methods people use to help them sleep better. More than 30% of adults worldwide choose soothing music to help them sleep better, 19% choose meditation, and 16% choose to use either prescription drugs or over-the-counter sleep aids.
In this era of rapid technology development, there are new inventions coming onto the market to battle sleep deprivation. Not all of them are necessarily effective.
In the past, sleep technologies mostly emphasize in sleep tracking function. For instance, technologies such as smart pillows and mattresses that track sleep via movement. The data given can show sleep quality, but does not actually help people sleep better at night.
Sleep technology companies today are starting to do things right. They are taking into account what actually helps people sleep better, rather than just pushing innovations or products that no one really needs. Beyond the sleep tracking function, sleep technologies today have functions such as built-in speakers, temperature settings and smart alarms, which allow people to customize their sleep to match their personal preferences, and so improve sleep quality.
As with other innovative technologies, sleep optimization technologies could bring tremendous benefit. However, most people might still choose the “traditional way” rather than these new innovative technologies.
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