What you will learn
- Philips SmartSleep detects delta waves and amplifies them
- Who is SmartSleep suitable for?
- Benefits of the Philips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Gadget
- Disadvantages of Philips SmartSleep for promoting deep sleep phases
- Conclusion: Philips SleepSense can help to more recovery
- Pricing and availability of Philips SmartSleep for better deep sleep
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Philips SmartSleep detects delta waves and amplifies them
When we wear the Philips SmartSleep headband while asleep, a forehead sensor and an ear sensor detect the activities of so-called delta waves that occur in deep sleep phases. A newly developed algorithm then provides for the amplification of the frequencies (sleep boosts). While the sensor measures sleep data on the forehead, the sensor on the ear amplifies the delta waves. So deep sleep phases should be extended and the recovery effect be increased.
In the morning, the SmartSleep headband is smart health connected to the associated SleepMapper app via WiFi / Bluetooth to evaluate the data. An internet connection during the night is not necessary. When asked, Jeannine Kritsch, Head of Consumer Communication at Philips, told us that even an app could be used without an app. This is not sensible.
Who is SmartSleep suitable for?
Philips recommends that healthy people between the ages of 18 and 50 use the Sleep Improvement Gadget. For sleep disorders, however, the manufacturer advises against the use. So far, the device can only promote sleep, but (still) do not treat sleeping disorders.
Benefits of the Philips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Gadget
- First gadget that not only tracks sleep, but also improves it
- Comfortable to wear
Disadvantages of Philips SmartSleep for promoting deep sleep phases
- Not suitable for people over 50 or with severe sleep problems
- high Preisig
Conclusion: Philips SleepSense can help to more recovery
When trying out the comfort of the new Headband convinced us and the functions offer in our opinion a great potential to improve sleep. For serious sleep problems, this gadget can not replace therapy. The relatively high price clouds the positive overall impression.
Pricing and availability of Philips SmartSleep for better deep sleep
The EIA of Philips for the SmartSleep headband in medium or large size is 449.99 euros. The sensors for attachment behind the ear must be purchased separately. A pack of 30 pieces costs 44.99 euros.
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