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Monday, May 18, 2009

Another guest in this case an expert ...

I didn't feel this was up my alley to write this, I usually sleep okay ... so here you go! My reviews will commence later this week. Though I admit it was a nice break.
(This particular review has been provided by Bryan Douglass, husband and faithful servant of Mom In the Know. Enjoy.)
No pictures were provided by the client I'm sorry for any inconvenience.

Here’s the deal… I don’t sleep. On a good night, I get five, maybe even six or seven, hours of sleep, but those nights are rare. It’s much more common for those nights to be filled with restless tossing and turning, and the results are nightmares that don’t go away when my eyes open.

The Mom in the Know and I have tried a wide variety of sleep aids to help get me on track. The problems are numerous – stomach and digestive issues are resolved (for the most part) by medication and diet, snoring has been eased by changing sleeping positions as well as nasal strips, and the list grows from there. Still, the nights of horror persist and it tortures every waking moment of my day.

I have heard of clinics that will assist in diagnosing your issues and problems and, in many cases, could point you in the direction of relief. With so many folks suffering from sleep disorders the call for these clinics has grown and more and more of us are filling those clinics in search of a cure… and now, we have help that doesn’t require a trip to the clinic.

The SLEEPTRACKER, designed and produced by Innovative Sleep Solutions, is an intricate computer housed in a wrist watch. This computer will monitor your nightly movements, employing a small accelerometer to measure certain types of lateral motion that correlate to lighter stages of sleep. The watch monitors signals from the body that indicate whether a person is asleep or awake. From this data, the watch can produce a “picture” of your sleeping patterns that will help determine a window for optimal awakening in the morning, targeting a time in the pattern when your body is set to wake.

In essence, our bodies work in cycles, and no two bodies are alike, and no two cycles are alike. As a result, it can be extremely beneficial for us to take advantage of the peak rest hours in those cycles, and it is also beneficial to know the best times to wake. The SLEEPTRACKER can do this, and studies have shown that it performs as well as the visits to the clinic.

A recent evaluation study reveals that SLEEPTRACKER, the world’s only sleep-monitoring watch, is nearly as effective in gathering specific sleep data as advanced sleep laboratory equipment. When comparing SLEEPTRACKER to lab tests, the watch successfully detects moments of restlessness during sleep 91 percent of the time.

The designs are sleek, comparing to your typical store-brand sports watch. More importantly, it works. I have used the watch for nearly three months and am happy to report that I am feeling as rested as ever. The longer you use the watch, the more affirming the process becomes. I never feel as if I’m waking with expectations of the alarm. It’s refreshing, and I’m hooked.

The SLEEPTRACKER website is just as valuable, offering a functional environment loaded with information that includes a blog, testimonials, and options for purchase. If you want a better night’s sleep, check out SLEEPTRACKER today.

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Location: Golden, CO, USA
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Well, aside from a mom and a wife, I'm a person who wants the best for all of us. I have two daughters, two dogs, and a husband – all of whom I wanted to be at home for – so I put my talents to use, looking out for my family. Shopping (well, kinda you send me the products!). Surfing the Internet. Meeting new people. Recommending products to friends, after I fall in love with them. And figuring out how to make products better.

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