The SleepRate Sleep Improvement Kit includes an iPhone app and a heart rate sensor. The heart rate sensor is comfortably worn across your chest and wirelessly connects to your iPhone, requiring no wires.
By wearing the heart rate sensor while you sleep, SleepRate is able to accurately assess the quality of your sleep and detect sleep interruptions, sleep depth and environmental noises.
SleepRate assesses the underlying causes of any sleep issues using patented technology that tracks the brain-heart connection.
If a condition that warrants further investigation is identified, SleepRate prompts you to consult a physician. Otherwise, it provides you with a personalized sleep improvement plan.
Using proven methods from the Stanford Sleep Clinic, SleepRate guides you through a series of incremental changes to your daily routine. This can include goals such as waking up at the same time each morning, creating a buffer zone before you go to bed to unwind, or regulating your time in bed.
By carefully following the detailed steps in your plan you can significantly improve your sleep in the course of a few weeks.
85% success rate in studies
Used by leading universities and sleep clinics worldwide
Recognized by the National Institute of Health as "first line treatment" for insomnia
SleepRate's customized sleep improvement plan will give millions of people the support they need to get healthy sleep and have a better quality of life.
Dr. Britney Blair - Clinical Psychologist and board certified in behavioral sleep medicine
CBTI has been shown to be the most effective treatment for insomnia. Anything that can be done to help patients access this treatment is a step forward for our field.
Dr. Sonia Ancoli-Israel - Department of Psychiatry, University of California San Diego
"I have found cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia to be very effective for patients I see in my clinical practice and available research indicates it is more effective in the long term than medications for insomnia.
Dr. Mickey Trockel - Board Certified Psychiatrist & Clinical Faculty at Stanford University