WakeMate Aims to Cure Grogginess

WakeMate, an application and wristband for use with your phone, tracks your nightly sleeping patterns, and recommends a perfect time for you to wake up depending on how your body’s ┬ásleep cycle. You simply snap the wristband on before you go to bed, tell your phone (iPhone, Blackberry, Android and others) ┬áthe latest time you’d… Continue reading WakeMate Aims to Cure Grogginess

AcousticSheep SleepPhones Sleep Aid System

Get to sleep quicker without using sleeping pills while blocking out the snoring, loud neighbors or distracting noises in the night with a AcousticSheep SleepPhone Sleep Aid System. Developed by a physician, these headphone help patients fall asleep and stay asleep and are held in place by a soft, fleece headband so they won’t fall… Continue reading AcousticSheep SleepPhones Sleep Aid System

ChiliPad keeps your bed cool (or warm)

Remember the Chillow (the chilled pillow)? Take that one step further, and you have the ChiliPad which cools your whole bed. Actually, it regulates the temperature of your bed, but since most folks seem to have more of a problem with the bed being too warm, they went with the ‘chill’ theme. The ChiliPad is… Continue reading ChiliPad keeps your bed cool (or warm)

Fitbit – track your sleep and daily activity

Fitbit is the latest in a growing number of sleep and health tracking devices. Fitbit sets itself apart in tracking both your sleep habits and phyiscal activity. Fitbit is a small device that clips to a wristband or piece of clothing while you sleep or go about your daily activities. Its motion sensor gathers data… Continue reading Fitbit – track your sleep and daily activity

Sleep Cycle iPhone app tracks your sleep patterns

Remember the Sleeptracker which tracks your sleep patterns based on your movement through the night? Well, they’ve got some competition in the form on an iPhone app called Sleep Cycle. It uses the iPhone’s built-in gryoscope in a similar manner to the Sleeptracker. However, we’re doubtful of its accuracy as compared to the Sleeptracker because… Continue reading Sleep Cycle iPhone app tracks your sleep patterns

Basketball Hoop Alarm Clock – make a basket to snooze the alarm

Woot! Another crazy alarm clock – this one makes you shoot hoops to disable snooze the alarm clock. By the time you make a basket, you’re probably going to be pretty worked up and awake. I think after day one, I’d probably give up and just let the alarm continue! Buy now! Price: $16.99(Please note… Continue reading Basketball Hoop Alarm Clock – make a basket to snooze the alarm

Zeo Personal Sleep Coach tracks, analyzes your sleeping habits

Sleep tracking devices are really starting to become more popular. The Zeo Personal Sleep Coach is a relatively new sleep aid that builds on the research and attempts to take sleep optimization to the next level. Zeo consists of 2 basic parts – a headband that you wear to bed, and a bedside display/data gatherer.… Continue reading Zeo Personal Sleep Coach tracks, analyzes your sleeping habits

Wake up naturally and refreshed with Philips Wake-Up Light

Scientific research has demonstrated how waking naturally to dawning sunlight has many benefits included feeling more rested, waking at an optimal point in your sleep cycles, and the follow-on benefits that flow from these. Philips has a couple of consumer gadgets that meld sunrise simulation with an FM radio and/or natural sounds – the Wake-up… Continue reading Wake up naturally and refreshed with Philips Wake-Up Light

SenseWear – Electronic Weight Watcher

The SenseWear from BodyMedia is an electronic gadget that you wear on your arm, that monitors your body’s main stats and gives you feedback on how you’re doing with your health and weight management. In collaboration with the SenseWear website, users can track their nutrition and progress with up to date accurate information about their… Continue reading SenseWear – Electronic Weight Watcher