Developed with doctors and researchers, SmartSleep is a wearable sleep technology clinically proven to help improve the quality of your sleep for consumers who do not get enough sleep due to lifestyle– so you don’t need more sleep to wake up with more energy.
Feel more rested and refreshed without changing how long you sleep
Increase your energy
Reduce daytime sleepiness
Comfortable and easy-to-use wearable and mobile app
Designed for people who typically sleep less than 7 hours per night
Coming Spring 2018
*When used for two weeks in people who do not get enough sleep due to lifestyle, as reported by users
See how it works
SmartSleep is a complete wearable sleep solution, proven to help improve the quality of your sleep for those who do not get enough sleep due to lifestyle.
Sound tones enhance the “slow waves” your brain produces during deep sleep. Two small sensors detect when you’re in slow wave sleep, monitoring your sleep levels and responding with tones when you’re ready for a boost. Our proprietary algorithm customizes the timing and volume of tones delivered to boost your slow waves, so you can make the most of the deep sleep time you have.
SmartSleep is for people who:
Are between the ages of 18 and 40
Sleep 5-7 hours per night for four-plus nights a week (because of lifestyle, not trouble sleeping)
Sleep well when they are asleep
Have no issues falling or staying asleep
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What are slow waves?
Brain waves during sleep that help you feel rested
Our bodies cycle through different types of sleep at night: rapid-eye movement (or REM), and non-REM sleep, which has three stages.
When your body is in the third stage – deep sleep – your heartbeat and breathing slow to their lowest levels and muscles relax. This is the most rejuvenating stage of sleep often called “slow wave sleep”.
See how slow waves enhance your deep sleep.
Created by sleep experts. Proven by sleep science.
Be your best self. SmartSleep is clinically proven to help users3:
Improve the quality of sleep
What SmartSleep doesn’t do:
Help you fall asleep
Help you stay asleep
Prolong your deep sleep
Serve as an alarm clock
Help with existing sleep conditions such as insomnia, restless legs or sleep apnea
Designed in collaboration with doctors and researchers
Founded in 10 years of deep sleep research by industry leading experts
Supported by four years of Philips research and development
From a health tech leader in innovation for 130 years
Doctors and clinicians
Interested in learning more about the science of SmartSleep? Click here
Track your sleep improvement with SmartSleep mobile app
Get an inside look at what happens while you sleep. The SleepMapper app tracks your sleep patterns over time, measuring the slow wave boosts you get overnight. Sync to app to your headband each morning to see the following and more:
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Overall sleep score
Number of slow wave boosts and their impact
Why can you use SmartSleep confidently?
Off the grid: Connectivity is disabled when device is being worn
Do not disturb: Tone volume controlled by proprietary algorithm and is designed not to wake you
1 Sensing accuracy and product performance is lower in people over age 50 due to a natural reduction in slow wave amplitude.
2 Volume does not exceed 80dB. People with hearing impairment unable to hear 80dB will not benefit from SmartSleep
3 When used for 2 weeks in people who do not get enough sleep due to lifestyle
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