How well do you sleep at night? If your answer was “pretty freaking great” – just move on to the next article. But if you’re having some issues catching the Z’s, I got 5 amazing new gadgets for you! Of course, you can always go with the old and tried method of drinking yourself to sleep, but maybe it’s time to reconsider this part of your daily routine. Either way, I’m happy to bring to your attention 5 sleep-improving gadgets that will change your life!
Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed
Let’s start off with what may be the most important object in your home – the bed. And not just any old bed, a smart bed! Sleep Number 360 will keep your feet warm with the foot warmer at the base; special sensors will detect when someone starts to snore, and the magic bed will tilt their head upward! But wait, there’s more… The self-adjusting mattress will adapt to your body position automatically, so you’ll be comfortable every second of your sleep, and you’ll be able to manually adjust it through an app (of course, there’s an app!). And what would a smart bed be without having a way to know when you are in the lightest stage of sleep, to fire off that alarm? This bed already sounds like heaven…
Kryo Sleep Performance System
Don’t you hate it when the bed is too hot or too cold? This first world problem is about to be solved by a water-based mattress topper. You put this wonder-gadget on your bed, fire up the app, choose the preferred temperature, and boom! No more night sweats, no cold feet, no nothing. Its only design flaw – it’s not cat-proof. I mean, this thing will leak in like 20 seconds after you set it up, if you have a cat. Otherwise, that’s a neat little thing to have at home!
Moona Smart Pillow
There’s nothing more comforting on a hot summer night, than the cold side of your pillow. And this smart pillow promises a cool pillow all night long. Too good to be true, I know, but that’s what 2017 should be all about. Of course, there’s an app for it as well, and it can help you record your sleep data, so that’s a plus.
Sleep apnea is becoming a real medical problem, and with 2breathe you’ll finally be able to breathe at night. It’s a wearable gadget that straps around your waist and records your breathing pattern, which means you can just show this data to your doctor and figure out if you need any treatment. 2breathe also links up to an app that plays relaxing music that supposedly helps you to take more prolonged breaths by gradually slowing down the speed of the melody. It’s a weird one, but beggars can’t be choosers.
At first glance, Oria seems to be just a glorified (and quite overpriced) room freshener, but a part of me wants to believe that if a smell of sizzling bacon can wake me up in 2 seconds, then some exotic smell could help me fall asleep 40% faster. At the very least my home will smell like something other than cats.