SleepScore Labs Looks to Improve Your Sleep Patterns with the SleepScore Max

SleepScore Labs is a company that you may have heard of, but if not… they are the brand that is behind a lot of the non-contact sleep improvement systems in a lot of the products out today. And at CES 2018 the company is unveiling a fleet of carefully curated sleep products that hope to enhance the way that you catch your Zzz’s.

“SleepScore Labs’ mission is to help people sleep, feel and live better while advancing the science of sleep health – and that starts with amassing accurate big data around sleep to feed into the most comprehensive ecosystem exclusively dedicated to sleep,” said Colin Lawlor, CEO of SleepScore Labs. “With more than 3 million nights of objective sleep data, we have quality insights on how people truly sleep. As our large user base grows, SleepScore Labs can continue to evaluate the efficacy of products that claim to improve sleep based on objective and self-report data and will become the definitive source for sleep recommendations that really work.”

GearDiary SleepScore Labs Looks to Improve Your Sleep Patterns with the SleepScore Max

The SleepScore Max, the company’s flagship item, is powered by SleepScore and backed by over 10 years of development to give you the gold standard in sleep measurement. Having no contact with the user itself, the SleepScore Max’s premise is simple: You set it on your nightstand and it uses radio waves to detect your breathing patterns and movements (even if you do not sleep alone), and through a companion app it can recommend a personalized way of improving your sleep as a result.

TL;DR – The new product that SleepScore Labs has announced, Sleep Score Max, will measure your sleep automatically and adjust over time by using your sleep pattern and continued use.

Some of the products that SleepScore Lab’s recommends that will help positively impact your sleep are:

Lighting Science Group – LSG’s GoodNight™ Pre-Sleep LED technology is scientifically engineered to minimize stimulating blue light. This supports natural production of the sleep hormone melatonin — which makes it easier to fall asleep — and to stay asleep.

Dreampad – Dreampad is a patented sleep technology for reducing stress and improving sleep. As the vibration moves toward the bone structure surrounding the middle and inner ear, it is triggering the body’s relaxation response. Dreampad music is audible only to the user and is supported by research.

Sleepio – Big Health’s first product, Sleepio, is a digital sleep improvement program featuring Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques, clinically proven to help overcome even long-term poor sleep without pills. Big Health automates behavioral medicine programs, thereby making them scalable, accessible and consistent.

Nightingale – Nightingale, the world’s first smart sleep sound system, offers customers cutting-edge sound masking technology for their bedrooms. Developed by acoustic engineers, Nightingale reduces wake occurrences by masking common indoor and outdoor noises. Clinically proven to help users fall asleep 38 percent faster, Nightingale is one of the most effective sleep solutions available. Judie reviewed it here.

Smart Nora – Named as one of Oprah’s “Favorite Things” in the December issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, Smart Nora listens for early sounds of snoring before they become loud enough to wake the sleeping partner. Once snoring is detected, Nora starts a gentle movement in the pillow insert.

Swanwick – Swannies Blue Light Blocking Glasses improve your sleep and protect your eyes by filtering out the harmful artificial blue wavelengths from electronic devices and energy-efficient light bulbs while letting in all other safe lights.

Soundly – Soundly is a voice-controlled game that strengthens and tones the upper-airway, thus reducing the tissue vibrations that cause snoring. Soundly is a patent pending therapy that has been clinically proven to reduce snoring.

SleepScore Labs is taking huge leaps in 2018, not only with their research but by their partnerships with products that are home and user-friendly. They will not only help improve your sleep but your overall health as well. If you are looking for more ways to improve your healthy lifestyle, head over to SleepScore’s site today for more information.


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