SleepHub® Financial Times product review: How to train your sleeping brain
SleepHub®, our unique sleep aid device, has been independently reviewed in the Financial Times, one of Britain’s leading financial newspapers. Their expert analysis and broad worldview are respected across all industries, so this is quite the accolade.
Here’s the review, as featured in the Financial Times Saturday, April 3 print edition, written by Jonathan Margolis.
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR SLEEPING BRAIN
"As technological sleep aids go, this British machine, SleepHub, made by Cambridge Sleep Sciences is a substantial beast. It looks like a bedroom stereo system, with a central unit and two quite heavyweight speakers that play a low pulsing hum designed to match the waveforms your brain produces during healthy sleep.
These vary in frequency and pitch through the night to mimic what the sleeping brain should be registering. The sounds are designed to train your brain into matching them. The hum, which would be distracting, is then masked by ambient sounds of your choosing, from white noise to a running stream to trains.
While it is a little on the elaborate side, a team of neuroscientists and sound technologists has spent 10 years on its development and it seems to work. An insomniac friend who tested it (and hates technology) grudgingly admitted it was "really helpful".
Other users report that their Fitbits and similar sleep trackers record longer and better quality shut-eye when they are using the device." - Credit: Jonathan Margolis, Financial Times, 3rd April 2021.
Do you need help getting a good night’s sleep?
Sleep is often overlooked as a factor in overall wellbeing. Many of us struggle to fall asleep, wake frequently, or rarely feel completely rested and rejuvenated in the morning. By using the right combination of science and technology, your wellbeing can be restored through better sleep.
SleepHub®’s scientifically developed sleep technology can help many people, including those dealing with work shifts, anxiety, and life’s disruptions, to get the good night’s sleep they need, every night, for optimal physical and mental functioning.
In a clinical study, 92% of participants noticed that using the SleepHub® device positively influenced their sleep:
- How long they slept: Increase in the number of hours slept: 2 hours 35 minutes.
- How long they stayed awake: 1 hour 16 minutes less.
- How often they woke up during the night: 55% decrease in the number of times woken up.
So if you’re looking to improve the quality of your sleep, SleepHub® could be the simple and easy solution you've been looking for.