Can't sleep? More technology devices promise relief – The San Diego Union-Tribune


The San Diego Union-Tribune
Can’t sleep? More technology devices promise relief
The San Diego Union-Tribune
“We have a lot of people going to bed for enough hours but they are not actually sleeping at that time,” said Colin Lawlor, chief executive of SleepScore Labs. “If you wear a wearable device, it is probably going to tell you that you are sleeping fine

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You Asked: What's the Best Sleeping Pill? – TIME


TIME
You Asked: What’s the Best Sleeping Pill?
TIME
More than one third of adults regularly don’t get enough sleep, and 25% percent of kids have difficulty sleeping. The causes of those sleep issues vary—from the sleep-suppressing blue light of a smartphone to the effects of booze—and they’re hard to

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