Studies have shown that in order to function effectively, adult humans require between 1.5-2.5 hours of deep sleep per night. That doesn’t seem like too difficult a task until you realise that when you are asleep, you don’t know if it is deep sleep or not. So, how do you find out how much deep sleep you are achieving every night?
Simple – you use a sleep monitoring system.
Working in a similar way to a fitness tracker, sleep monitoring systems collate data on sleeping patterns to help you identify areas that you can improve on.
Using highly accurate sensors, sleep monitors measure:
- Light Sleep
- Mid Sleep
- Deep Sleep
- Heart Rate
- Respiratory Rate
The data is then sent to an app on your smartphone, which displays sleep statistics in the form of graphs and a sleep score. This gives you a deeper insight into your sleep patterns over time and allows you to make adjustments to enhance your rest. For example, you will be able to see the effect that exercise, alcohol, or caffeine has on your sleep. Using this information, you will be able to make more informed decisions about your sleep cycles.
Chartered physiotherapist and sleep expert Sammy Margo recommends using a sleep monitoring system to give you a better understanding of how well your body rests at night. If you are someone who struggles with sleep or needs plenty to recover and train more effectively, sleep monitoring systems are an ideal way to maximise rest while helping you to identify where you can make improvements. Sammy says, “If you can measure it, you can improve it, REM-Fit makes it possible.”
Our state-of-the-art sleep monitoring system is currently available as part of an amazing offer to our customers;
- Order two or more sleep monitors and get £50 off each monitor
- Order one sleep monitor with REM-Fit 400 Mattress and get £50 off the sleep monitor
- Order two or more sleep monitors with REM-Fit 400 Mattress and get £75 off each monitor
If you would like to find out more about how REM-Fit sleep monitoring technology can help you to get a better night’s rest, please get in touch with our experienced, knowledgeable staff by calling 020 8731 0020 or email us via firstname.lastname@example.org.