Over the years we have learned that getting a good night’s rest takes more than just having a bed to lie on. A lot of factors must be put into consideration for us to sleep comfortably. First, there’s knowing your most comfortable and preferred sleeping position. Then you can proceed to identify a suitable mattress for you and TryMattress can be of great assistance in such a case. I had issues with picking the most appropriate bedding for myself, and I think many of us have had a similar challenge. The smart bed is a great solution. These beds have features that will transform your sleeping and take it to a whole new level. The question we then ask ourselves is, how do these beds determine our sleeping patterns?
Get Ready Its Time For Bed!
During the Consumer Electronics and Consumer Technology tradeshow (CES) 2017, I came across a new class of smart beds that can be termed as revolutionizing sleep in many ways. Well, smart beds have been around for a while, but then they weren’t as responsive. They can warn you when it’s almost your bedtime. For example, if you turn in at 11 pm, an alarm will go off 30 minutes before then.
Some beds come with apps that serve this purpose among others. I am among the people who tend to get lost in their work and in the process time flies. This means that more often than not, I go to bed past my usual turn in time, which of course significantly affects my sleeping patterns. But with this smart bed, going to bed later than usual or earlier doesn’t happen because you have an alarm that will alert you when its time.
Smart Beds Monitor The Quality of Your Sleep
It’s difficult to understand how this works entirely – it’s the ‘secret recipe’ that sets companies making smart beds apart. However, what we do know is that there are biometric sensors that will monitor motion, your heart rate, and breathing. The sensors collect the data which is then fed to an algorithm that will generate your SleepIQ score. With this information, you can adjust your sleeping patterns and the bed according to your needs.
They Help Reduce Snoring
Snoring is one of the most common sleep disruptors. It affects the quality of our sleep and that of the people around us. Smart beds are designed in such a way that they slightly adjust your head position before the snoring gets too much. What I found to be more interesting is that these beds will detect beforehand when you ‘will’ or ‘might’ snore and make the necessary adjustments. With this technology, the chances that our sleeping and that of any other person in the room gets affected is significantly reduced, therefore keeping our sleeping patterns to a routine.
The Bed Adjusts to Your Sleeping Position
We spend approximately 1/3 of our lifetime in bed – that’s a lot of time! It’s necessary that we find the most appropriate mattress for us.
Although we tend to sleep in a specific position, we often change positions throughout the night. Some mattresses are particularly made for certain sleeping positions. However, the smart bed will adjust to your sleeping position ensuring that you don’t strain. These beds adjust one or two air chambers conforming to your body shape. You’ll, therefore, sleep soundly through the night without having to wake up and ultimately create a ‘good,’ non-disrupted sleep pattern.
How well we sleep through the night has been known to impact our performance and mood during the day. A regular sleep pattern is especially vital to our health and general well-being. Smart beds have been designed in a manner that will help us determine a suitable sleep pattern.