Devices To Help You Get A Good Night’s Sleep

White noise and blankets can help you sleep better. [Photo = Getty Image Bank]

What kind of devices can help people who can’t get a good night’s sleep to get a good night’s sleep? 

These devices were introduced on the 9th (local time) by the American health medicine webzine ‘Health Day’ with the help of sleep experts.

First of all, there is a sleep tracking device.

 They range from devices that record how many hours you slept in a day to devices that monitor the quality of your sleep. 

Professor Philip Allafat (sleep medicine) at Baylor Medical School in the United States said, “The sleep tracking device records

The wakefulness and sleep state according to your movements while you are lying down to sleep. “If you move a lot during the day, you are more likely to get an accurate record of how much you sleep.”

-‘White noise device’ blocks out noise that disturbs sleep by blocking background noise and providing consistent sound with a wide frequency band.

-There is an alarm that helps you wake up naturally by gradually increasing the light in the room.

-Heavy blankets are helpful for those who fidgety while sleeping. This is because it relieves abnormal sensations in the limbs.

Professor Allafat also summarized measures to help you get a good night’s sleep.

▼While getting ready to go to bed, gradually turn down the lights in the room. 

▼Turn off the TV and computer. 

▼Put away the phone. 

▼ To get a good night’s sleep, it is important to maintain a calm, cool and quiet environment.

“People who have trouble falling asleep need something to help them get more comfortable before going to bed,” Professor Allafat said. 

In particular, he stresses that “disconnecting from tasks that keep your brain busy or to problems you are responsible for can help improve sleep quality.”

He recommended that if you can’t sleep well despite the devices and sleeping environment that help you sleep, you should consult a sleep specialist. Sleep specialists may visit your home to see if you have breathing problems while you sleep, perform sleep tests, or do lab sleep studies to measure your brain waves while you sleep to find the sleep treatment that’s right for you. Professor Allafat explained.