If commonsense recommendations don’t do the trick, there are high-tech tools that offer some relief—for a price, reports Paste.

All of which is to say that when you go to your doctor brandishing a smartphone and a mound of data, he or she may not know quite what to do with that information—yet. Part of the problem is that every company in the market is creating its own proprietary product; industrywide standards don’t exist. Still, sleep trackers have their uses, if only to make users more aware of how their sleep quality might change from night to night and over time.

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