There’s a growing market for gadgets that promise to track sleep habits to help you get a better night’s sleep, reports CBS.
“Most of us know we don’t get enough sleep,” CNET senior editor Scott Stein told “CBS This Morning” Thursday. “There’s a lot of sleep tech that’s out there with varying degrees of quality.”
Beddit, for example, is a strip that users place under the bedsheet. Throughout the night, the strip monitors heart rate, how much time it takes to fall asleep, how much time is spent in various sleep stages (awake, light, deep sleep) and how often snoring occurs. It also provides users with a sleep score in the morning.