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— Wearable Electronics

Can a smart sleep mask help with insomnia and jet lag?

For night shift workers, those who have trouble falling or staying asleep and anyone who's suffered from jet lag, the makers of a new sleep mask think they have a solution. Resembling a regular sleep mask, the Neuroon is a wireless device that connects to a mobile app to monitor your brain waves, analyze your sleep patterns, and use bright light therapy to supposedly help improve sleep quality.

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— Health and Wellbeing

Juvo sleep monitor makes your bed "smart"

A Singapore-based startup is turning to Indiegogo to fund the development of Juvo, a sleep tracker that will fit under your mattress and track each breath and heartbeat without relying on uncomfortable wrist-worn bands. Through a comprehensive array of sensors, the tracker will offer helpful insights, lull you to sleep with a white noise machine, and wake you up at the right time through smart lights and thermostat integration.

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— Around The Home Review

Review: Electrohome's new clock radio packs a lot of features into a Retro package

By now, you're probably quite used to things like smartphones, cameras and even car dashboards having a bewildering array of features. Well, Electrohome recently decided to give that same treatment to the humble alarm clock, in the rather ironic form of its Retro Alarm Clock Radio. We recently got our hands on the thing, and tried out features such as its autoset clock, sunrise wake-up lamps, motion detector snooze button and … thermometer?

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— Health and Wellbeing

SleepCogni uses light, sound and touch to help you get a solid night's rest

A solid night's sleep isn't always achievable for everyone and research has suggested that our increasing tendency to stare into LED screens isn't helping our cause, with the blue light emitted by our devices impacting our body's natural melatonin production. British inventor Richard Mills says he has come up with a way to counter some of the inherent difficulties in winding down. His SleepCogni bedside device places a small rectangular frame over the head of the user that's designed to entice them into relaxation mode with gentle sequences of light, sound and even vibration.

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— Around The Home

Nuyu Sleep System automatically adjusts bed temperature for more restful sleep

It's no secret that the amount and quality of restful sleep has a significant impact on our day-to-day well-being and long-term health. Unlike devices that merely monitor and report sleeping data, such as the Sleepace RestOn, the nuyu Sleep System takes a more active approach under the covers, by automatically changing bed temperature through the night.

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— Health and Wellbeing Review

Review: Sleepace RestOn lets you know how you're sleeping

Have you ever awakened from a full night's sleep and wondered if you actually got any sleep at all? Or felt like you were finally drifting off to sleep, just as your alarm went off? Well, the Sleepace RestOn sleep monitor is designed to unravel all the mysteries of the night using a sensitive monitor and sleep app. Gizmag notched up some early nights to see how the system performed.

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— Health and Wellbeing

"Bicycle mechanism" uncovered that is said to drive our brains in and out of sleep

Jet-setters and night owls will have felt the wrath of an off-kilter body clock, by way of the physical impact it can have on immediate well being. A yearning to understand the underlying reasons for this has been the subject of much scientific interest, and has led to some rather strange products like LED light glasses and glowing pillows. But by studying the biological clock of a humble fruit fly, researchers at Northwestern University are claiming to have uncovered the precise mechanisms that bring us in and out of sleep, with their evidence suggesting these switches date back hundreds of millions of years.

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