I am fairly well known for having sleeping issues. Mostly it’s because I haven’t had a regular work schedule for over a decade, but I think it has more to do with the fact that left to my own devices, I am perfectly happy to sleep from 5am to 1pm. Unfortunately, the world doesn’t work that way, so I tend to be tired because I have to be up early more often than not. But what if there is actually a medical, or at least treatable, reason for my tiredness? Unfortunately, I haven’t the money to spend on a sleep clinic, so I figured I’d never know.

Maybe not. SleepTracker is a wristwatch you wear that monitors your sleep patterns and gives you a report so you can see where your problems lie. It also acts as an alarm clock, waking you at a more opportune time for feeling rested rather than strictly by the clock. The alarm will either vibrate or beep, depending on your preference. You can set the time you go to bed, and what time you wish to wake up, and SleepTracker will determine when your lightest sleep cycle is that is nearest to when you want to awaken, and that’s when it’ll go off.

All that is fine and well, but what about the monitoring? SleepTracker keeps track of how many times your sleep is interrupted each night, even if you aren’t aware of them. When you wake up, just download the information to the SleepTracker software you’ve installed on your computer, and it’ll analyze your sleep. From there, you can get graphic representations of how long you slept as well as the quality of your sleep.

If you think you want to give it a try, you can pick one up in white or black for $149.00 US.

Source: The Gadgeteer

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