Infographic | Technology Can Help You Sleep Peacefully

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Lack of ample sleep can mess up your day. Countries are losing up to $400 billion yearly due to sleep deprivation. You’ve heard it time and time again that you should get at least eight hours of sleep. However, Center for Disease Control and Prevention published a research that shows a third of adults are unable to achieve that.

With our ever busy schedules, it is clear why we rarely have the recommended 7-8 hours sleep important for re-energizing body and brain. However, there are lots of solutions to this problem that you can try, from buying the best mattress that you can fit into your budget, to abstaining from late night meals.

Another thing that many advise against bringing your smartphone into bedroom. This is due to the blue light emissions that interfere with melatonin, a hormone that controls sleep. However, there are ways to regulate that through the use of blue light filter apps which can change color tones as per the users preferences.

There are also other apps that help track your sleeping patterns to help you determine when you sleep best.

One of the best examples include SleepBot which rates 4.5 out of 5 stars for monitoring your sleep and movement. It also comes with an alarm option. This information is recorded in the form of a graph that the user can view once she’s up.

Pink Sleep uses music to help you sleep. It has varieties of up to 40 sounds from nature such as the beach and soothing jams. Users have the option of setting a start and stop time.

For those who suffer from insomnia, Sleep Well Hypnosis might be the solution you’ve been seeking. It uses the power of soothing sounds to help relax the mind for more extended hours of sleep.

It is important to note that lack of sleep can be due to undiscovered medical issues and not your pillow or mattress. For that reason, it is advisable to see a doctor especially if the symptoms persist.

Additionally, you can try meditation, working out after a hectic day, reading, and most importantly, invest in a good mattress.