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What Are the Trends in the Sleep Industry Today And the Future of Sleep Technology?

10/09/2015 11:35am ET | Updated December 6, 2017
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The Trend And Future Is In People Wanting To Increase The Sleep Experience

Arianna Huffington recently asked Michael Breus, aka The Sleep Doctor questions on the major obstacles to getting a good night's sleep, the steps you can take to improve your sleep, and the future of sleep technology.

The article addresses the current fast-paced and exciting research in sleep medicine.

• New medicines that are being launched for insomnia.

• Restless Legs Syndrome is seeing development in use of vibrating pads.

• Sleep apnea technology has risen with the use of Home Sleep Study Tests.

• Devices monitor more than just sleep, look at overall health through metrics.

What Is The Latest News In Adaptive Sleep Technology?

Sleep is on the cutting edge of technology.

In my research into sleep technology I have found that adaptive sleep technology offers a combination of features that work together to help you sleep better, get more rest and assist the processes of physical & mental recharging that form the basis of sleep.

This technology addresses the factors that are crucial in assisting you to get the sleep you need. It adjusts your environment to meet the conditions required for quality sleep. These include:

Proper support. Incorrect spinal alignment or localized pressure points can cause more than discomfort. This may lead to tossing and turning or even interrupt the sleep cycle.

Temperature regulation. Variations in temperature may also interrupt the sleep cycle, particularly in those stages where the body's own temperature regulating mechanism is temporarily suspended.

A relaxing, calming atmosphere. Ambient conditions and massage effects are known to be beneficial in promoting better rest and helping the onset of sleep.

A more natural sleep environment. Both the individual technologies and the materials used are intended to bring your sleep area as close as possible to nature, more in accord with the conditions normal to the human body.

Adapting To The Needs Of Each Individual's Requirements

An adaptive sleep environment optimizes each of these different factors for each individual, even if they share a bed with a partner who might have significantly different requirements at any one time.

Creating Our Personal Sleep Revolution

Creating a healthier, happier life doesn't need to be complicated. By simply incorporating an adaptive sleep system, my recommended choice is the Kenko Naturest Sleep System, into our bed and adding the sleep tips suggested in my previous articles, we will begin to create our personal revolution that will change our culture, our thinking, our workplaces, and our lives.

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Please share this Third Metric article with your friends and significant others. To find out more about the Third Metric & Sleep read Thrive, Chapter One, 'A New Blueprint: Time to Renovate the Architecture of Our Lives'. To find out more about the Kenko Naturest Sleep System contact Jackie at; thrive.huffpost@gmail.com