Tips for great sleep

Dr. Guy Meadows’ sleep tips

Stop all technological activity 60 minutes before lights-out time! Set a timer to keep you on track or enlist a member of the house to help you remember to turn off the TV, laptop and put the phone down![1] If you know you need to have an emotional conversation, or if you notice that you […]

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Dr Guy Meadows is a sleep physiologist, with a doctorate (PhD) from Imperial College, London. He has been working in sleep for the past 16 years, 10 of which have been dedicated purely to helping clients overcome insomnia. He spent four and half years working within the sleep research laboratories of the Royal Brompton and […]

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    The Power of Sleep Tracking On average we spend one third of our lives asleep, which equates to a little over 26 years spent in slumber. Given the enormity of this fact, it’s of no surprise that a wave of recent scientific research has proven sleep to be fundamental to our mental, emotional […]

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The Impact of Gender on Sleep   The impact of gender on sleeping patterns has received little scientific interest compared to other areas of sleep research, despite varying effects on sleep regulation, sleep disorders and the potential health implications of poor sleep on men and women. A 2016 sleep survey investigating the sleeping habits of […]

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* ResMed recorded and analysed 2,000,000 nights of sleep in the development of S+

** Users with average sleep scores between 50-60 improved their sleep by an average of 44.71 minutes per night after one week of use.

*** Below average users are those with an average sleep score below 75. Poor sleep is defined as an average sleep score between 50-60. Very poor sleep is defined as an average sleep score between 30-50. Users with average sleep scores between 30-50 improved their sleep by more than 70 minutes per night after one week of use. Aggregate S+ user data as of 03/19/2015. All data is derived from a sample size of [5932] users as of 03/19/2015. Your results may be different.

Note: S+ is not a medical device. If you are seeking information on how to treat a sleep disorder, you should talk to your healthcare provider.