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    SmartSleep

    Get comfortable with  Philips SmartSleep

    sleep enhancing wearable

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    Nightly use

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    Cleaning

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    App pairing

    Philips reusable sensors

    How many nights can I use the sticky ear sensors? How do I know when I have to use a new one? 


    Up to 3 uses are the normal use period for the sticky sensor behind the ear. If it is not secure at the time you go to bed, then you will not have a good contact and will not receive the full value of the sleep tones through the night for your recovery in deep sleep.  


    Do not use each sensor more than 3 nights because it could affect device performance. The sensor (behind the ear) is considered a disposable component and should be replaced every 3 nights.

     

     

    Note: The gel in the middle of the sensor is very important to its function. If the gel becomes dislodged, discard the sensor and use a new one. 

     

    Track your sleep improvement
    with the SleepMapper mobile app

    iPhone 7 Sleep Graph
    The SleepMapper mobile app tracks your sleep patterns over time, measures key metrics and shows the slow wave boost you get from SmartSleep each night.

    Sync the app to your headband each morning to see the enhancement given each night.
    If you are looking for information about CPAP, please visit the Philips DreamMapper site.

    What is the Total Sleep Score? 

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    The Total Sleep Score is an aggregate of several dimensions of your sleep. It includes the total amount of time that you sleep, how long it takes you to fall asleep, the number of awakenings that occur while you sleep and the Sleep Boost. Each component value is either adding to or detracting from your best sleep. We help you to see where this is occurring so that you can actively manage to improve your sleep quality. Getting more total sleep is your best bet to improving your overall total sleep score. 
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