How many of you use an alarm clock to wake up and how often you hit the snooze button to try and catch-up some more sleep? It’s a battle to overcome the desire to sleep for longer time and get out of bed. Some of the alarm clocks even give you a puzzle to solve for you to be able to put the alarm to stop. You feel so exhausted when you are woken up from a deep sleep and potentially the whole day goes for a toss. Well, this would not happen if you were not woken up from a deep sleep. Wish the alarm clock knows when to wake you up!
This wasn’t possible until sleep motoring devices were introduced into the market. Sleeptracker is one such device that continuously monitors signals from your body that indicate whether you are asleep or awake. The Sleeptracker that you wear on your wrist like a watch has its internal sensors that can detect even the most subtle physical signals from your body. Sleeptracker finds your best waking moments, so that waking up has never been easier.
How does it work?
When you sleep, your body goes through a series of sleep cycles. The average adult experiences 4-5 full sleep cycles over an 8-hour period. Each cycle lasts about 90-110 minutes and comprises five different stages, as shown in the chart.
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Yu wear Sleeptraker and set the phase alarm for the normal time you awake. By monitoring your sleep cycles for optimal waking moments during the preset alarm windows, Sleeptracker finds those almost awake-moments and gently wakes you when you’re most alert. The result is you wake up refreshed and the whole day turns out to be lot easier than before because you are never woken up from deep sleep.
Quick features on Sleeptracker
- Time & Date
- GLO Backlight
- Adjustable Alarm Window
- Sleep Data Collection
- Vibrating Alarm, Ringing Alarm, or Both
- Download of Sleep Data to PC
- Review of Sleep Data with Included Software
- Monitors Sleep for "Almost Awake" Moments