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New Thin Flexible Sleep Tracker RestOn Promises More Accurate Tracking Data

by Vishnuprasad on May 27, 2015 at 10:23 PM

New Thin Flexible Sleep Tracker RestOn Promises More Accurate Tracking Data
Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. Many people nowadays use sleep trackers to monitor and understand their sleep quality.

Sleep trackers are a common feature of wearable fitness bands these days. However, it's also unclear how accurate or useful the sleep data created by the trackers.
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Promising more accurate sleep tracking data, the Sleepace, a company based out of Shenzhen, China, has recently launched a new sleep tracker called RestOn.

Unlike wearable sleep trackers, RestOn is a thin, flexible strip that you can spread across your mattress underneath your bedsheet.

RestOn is so sensitive that it can sense your chest movements and provide information on heart rate and respiration. RestOn has a rechargeable battery, making it completely wireless.
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Using RestOn is a two-step process. First, you need to power on the device by rotating the magnetic plate. Next, you'll fire up the Sleepace app (available for both iOS and Andorid) and hit the Start Sleep button to connect to the RestOn device.

Finally, you lay back, relax, and hope that RestOn tracks a good night's sleep. RestOn can tell you when we were in or out of bed, when we actually fell asleep, and when we started to wake up.

Source: Medindia
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