Sleep loss is a critical issue with far reaching implications on one’s health and wellbeing. Studies have shown that one in three adults does not get enough sleep. People aged 60 and older are more susceptible to sleep disorders due to medication and deterioration of sleep quality, but still require a good night’s sleep. So how do we know we are getting a “good night’s sleep” in the first place?
Frank Engleman in his blog series ‘Problems and DIY Technology Solutions’ to the challenges faced by older adults notes that non-wearable sleep trackers can be useful for family members wishing to track changes in their loved one’s sleep patterns. Engleman in his review compares Beautyrest Sleeptracker, Withings Sleep and Toch Sleepsense, and found that “while all three products work, Toch Sleepsense has some extra features which I found to be useful”. Read Engleman’s full blog.
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