Technology is attempting to come to the rescue of troubled sleepers to help build better habits, monitor sleep patterns, and improve the sleep environment, reports Columbus CEO.

One groundbreaking device called Quell interrupts pain signals, making the sleeper more comfortable. When it becomes available in June 2015, it could have a dramatic impact for the estimated 21 percent of Americans who suffer from chronic pain and suffer related sleep disturbances.

“Quell delivers its therapeutic benefits by providing nerve stimulation that releases natural opioids in the brain, producing a central inhibition effect that turns down the volume of pain signals,” says Dr. Shai Gozani, chairman, president and CEO of NeuroMetrix, the maker of the device.

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