How Smart Bed Technology Helps You Stop Snoring
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How Smart Bed Technology Helps You Stop Snoring

Snoring can cause a variety of problems in your life. Not only could snoring be an indicator that something is wrong with your body, like having sleep apnea, but it can also be an annoyance.

Thankfully there are many great options for helping people who snore eliminate the problem. In recent years, smart beds have become a viable solution to help reduce or eliminate snoring for many people. These Smart Beds are incredible pieces of technology that have been crafted through great effort and scientific study. They were initially shown off at CES in 2017 as an impressive innovation for mattresses, but now they are available on the market.

The Sleep Number Smart Bed

Sleep Number is the company behind this newest smart bed technology. They have made a name for themselves as an innovator in the world of mattresses. The Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed is no exception and is being touted as the Sleep Number bed reborn.

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Just like other sleep number beds, you can adjust your side of the bed to your individual sleep comfort level. The Smart Bed 360 uses SleepIQ air technology inside the bed to track your sleep patterns each night, so you know how the bed is adjusting and its effects on your quality of sleep. This is called your SleepIQ score. The air technology senses every movement, as well as your heart rate and breathing, and adjusts the position based on how you are sleeping.

It is so sensitive it can detect when you are beginning to snore, and it can smoothly change the mattress to a position that will make you stop, such as something subtle like raising your head a few inches.

The movements of the smart bed all feel very natural. It was designed to carefully but effectively transition the body into different positions throughout the night. This will help to keep your breathing even and ensure your partner is having a good night’s rest too. Great care was taken with the design, so you won’t notice the bed adjusting in your sleep.

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Special Conveniences

Aside from being able to adjust positions to keep you from snoring, the Smart Beds has a number of other special convenient features such as the welcome foot warming feature at the end of the bed to help you fall asleep faster.

For those who have trouble waking up in the morning, there is a feature where the smart bed will act as your alarm clock. It can gently wake you up from your slumber at a time of your choosing. It can also connect to your thermostat and adjust the temperature if you get too hot or too cold.

The smart bed records data on how you are sleeping. It features sophisticated sensors that track many aspects of your physiology while you’re sleeping. It can send all this data to a dedicated smartphone app where it can be interpreted to give you information about your sleep patterns.

Knowing more about your sleep patterns will be beneficial in many ways. You can use the data to stay abreast of your sleep habits and overall well-being as well as recognize any troublesome patterns that could be an indicator of a sleep disorder. Having the ability to sort through your data could be useful to your doctor as well when it comes time to diagnose you.

The Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed ranges in price from $2,599 to $4,799 on sale and comes with a 25-year limited warranty. Sleep Number also offers a 100-night trial, so you can test if this innovative bed is right for you.

Benefits of a Great Night’s Sleep

The benefits of getting a good night of sleep can impact your life in many positive ways. If you are used to snoring through the night and wake up still feeling groggy or poorly rested, a smart bed is an excellent option to consider. It can be used in tandem with other anti-snoring products such as MADs, TRDs, nasal strips, pillows and even your CPAP machine.

When our bodies are deprived of proper sleep, we don’t function well throughout the day. The Smart Bed 360 can keep you from falling into the snoring patterns that inhibit your sleep and prevent you from efficiently resting.

About the Author Robert J. Hudson

Chief editor here at Snore Nation and a proud father of two cool boys. I am a reformed snorer, a reformed smoker, a reformed overeater, a reformed city dweller and a reformed workaholic stress monster on the mission to share my insider tips to restore that quality sleep for you and your partner!

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