The Hello Sense will help you get more restful sleep


Hello Sense

There are a lot of things we keep track of in our day-to-day lives. Our focus has shifted so far away from caring about our own bodies and minds that we need activity trackers to keep us in check. While some may use them for fitness purposes, there are those that just need a little help figuring out why they’re having trouble sleeping. If you’ve ever wanted to use a tracker for your sleep, then you know how uncomfortable it can be to put something on just before you go to bed.

If you’d rather bypass having to wear something, then you might like the Sense from Hello. This is a Sphere that will work with a little device called the Sleep Pill, which attaches to your pillow. The Pill has a 6-axis accelerometer, gyroscope, and can pick up the tiniest movements throughout the night. The information is sent to Sense through Bluetooth without making you remember to sync or pair it. The Sleep Pill will last for a year, and was made to be almost indestructible, which means you don’t need to worry if you accidentally tossed it in with the wash.

You can use multiple Sleep Pills with one Sense, so those who have more than one person in their bed don’t have to worry about getting skewed readings. The Sense will glow green if your room is optimal for sleeping. The app that goes along with it will tell you if the room is too hot, humid, or bright for restful sleep. When it wakes you up in the morning, it will tell if you’re coming out of sleep early and will wake you up then rather than giving you another 15 minutes to hit an exact time for your alarm and leaving you groggy. The app will give you a sleep score after each night, which will let you know what you need to improve on. It has an option for white or pink noise, for those that need a little background sound to help them sleep. This will cost you $129, and is currently available for pre-order.

Available for pre-order on Hello


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