The last 10 years has seen an exponential increase in wearable technology for assessing sleep. Yet, many of the devices are not validated and can result in miss-interpretation of data. We need to do more to help you understand what it all means.
Everyone has suffered from lack of sleep (sleep deprivation) or sleep disruption in one way or another, resulting in lack of attention, lapses of concentration and a general decrease in physical and mental performance. Not only do disruptions to sleep and body clocks affect our performance but they have also been linked to health problems such as increased risk of obesity, cancer and stress.
Sleep screening and assessments can be carried out in combination with our chronometric tools. Objective sleep monitoring includes a personalised report to give details on sleep timing, duration, efficiency and quality as well as mental wellbeing.
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