Beyond sleep tracking, the sleep-enhancing headband and sleep app is a complete solution that actively improves your sleep. During the night our bodies cycle through different stages of sleep: rapid-eye movement (or REM), and non-REM sleep, which has three stages. When your body is in the third stage of non-REM – deep sleep – your heartbeat and breathing slow to their lowest levels and muscles relax. This is the most restorative stage of sleep often called "slow wave sleep".
Two small sensors from the headband detect when you are in deep sleep.
Once in “slow wave sleep”, the algorithm triggers quiet audio tones to boost these slow waves, thus improving quality of sleep.
It monitors your level of sleep from moment to moment and responds in real time.
Every night, our proprietary algorithm customizes the timing and volume of tones to your sleep pattern.
Volume is controlled not to wake you up, and Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are off when device is being worn.
Every morning, the SleepMapper App will show you your sleep metrics and your sleep boost score.
Some users feel the benefits as early as the first night, and80% report positive results in the first two weeks of use.
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You are looking to improve the quality of your deep sleep
You are looking to increase energy, boost alertness, and reduce daytime sleepiness
You sleep less than 6 hours a night due to lifestyle1
You are not looking for help falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night
You are not looking to induce or prolong deep sleep
Not for people with existing sleep conditions such as insomnia or sleep apnea
Cole did it. You can too.
See how Cole took charge of his sleep.
Everyday more people are empowering themselves to feel better by improving their sleep. For many, they can sleep well but their lifestyle keeps them from sleeping the required amount. Not getting enough sleep can impact the quality of their night, resulting in poor performance during the day. See how the Philips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband is helping Cole get better quality deep sleep.1 So, he can put his sleep to work.
Participants were given free products to use and paid for their time.
"You may not realize it, but this is the future of sleep."
- Anik S.**
"Very comfortable, great data, easy to use."
- Theodore S.**
** Ratings and reviews from real users who participated in our Limited Release program March 19 – June 30, 2018.
Track your sleep improvement
with the SleepMapper mobile app
Overall sleep score summary
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.
Detailed view of nightly metrics
What is the Healthy Sleep Score?
The Healthy 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 Healthy Sleep Score.
Deep Sleep Headband
Soft fabric headband worn during the night
Monitors sleep and generates audio tones that improve the quality of your deep sleep
Placed behind the right ear for accurate sleep monitoring
Each sensor can be used 1-3 times
SleepMapper mobile app
View your sleep metrics and personalized sleep insights
Optionally control settings on your headband
30 day money-back guarantee
The Philips Store offers a 30 day hassle-free return policy. If you are not fully satisfied with your Philips SmartSleep product within 30 days we will refund your purchase.
Click here ›to learn more about the science behind the SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband
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.
It can be hard to pin down what’s keeping you from getting a good night’s rest. Philips can help you find answers with our SmartSleep Analyzer, the only clinically proven1 method for identifying your sleep needs. In as little as 10 minutes, our online tool quickly assesses your sleep habits, provides personalized feedback, and recommends clinically validated1 solutions from Philips SmartSleep to help you improve your sleep. Knowing our tool was developed with sleep physicians and specialists, you can be confident in the results.
Be the first to know when SmartSleep Analyzer is available
For nearly 40 years, Philips has been studying sleep from every angle to understand how it affects health. Take the first step to sleep empowerment with the clinically validated* Philips SmartSleep Analyzer. In as little as 10 minutes, it can assess your sleep habits and identify whether the Deep Sleep Headband is right for you.
1 When used for 2 weeks in people who do not get enough sleep due to lifestyle * ER 2236335: Final Study Report, VISC-Q Trial Validation of an Online Sleep Characterization Questionnaire † Snoring, sleep apnea, and sleep deprivation
SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband is for adults who do not get enough sleep due to lifestyle. It is not for people with sleep disorders, such as insomnia or sleep apnea, or people with hearing impairment unable to hear 80 dBs. Some users over the age of 50 may not experience significantly improved deep sleep.