TechRadar reports on tech that helps people switch off.

The thinking is that armed with more awareness about our habits and activities, we have a better chance of being able to learn more about our bodies and change them. With answers to sleep problems being elusive for many, it makes sense that sleep tracking would become just as widespread as step, run and activity tracking.

Of course sleep tracking technology has existed for decades in a research setting. But for consumers it’s becoming more and more advanced, presenting users with more accurate data about the sleep stages they’re entering, how their body responds when they’re in those stages and the factors that might contribute to sleep duration and quality.