Sleepace is a leading developer of professional sleep solutions designed to help users achieve their best sleep.
I received the RestOn Smart Sleep Monitor at no cost in exchange for an honest review.
RestOn is designed to be seamlessly incorporated into your sleeping haven. It is non-wearable and ultra-thin. With one single snap of the magnetic lid, the device is fixed on the sheet and automatically turned on at the same time.
RestOn’s accuracy can benchmark medical devices and surpass any wristband. RestOn’s innovative structure embeds a 2-foot long medical-grade sensor into a less than 2 mm thin belt, and can be placed right under your chest area during sleep. Its accuracy is reinforced by the sensor’s advanced sensitivity, extra-large impact area and close proximity to your vitals. RestOn also utilizes pioneering algorithms that ensures that each set of data is clearly distinguished and analyzed.
Besides monitoring real-time heart rate and respiratory rate, RestOn can also keep a comprehensive score of your sleep. Sleep time and duration, number of times waking up and/or turning over and leaving the bed as well as breathing and heart rate are analyzed to determine the actual sleep quality.
I do not sleep well most nights. I have several health conditions that involve pain and discomfort. It becomes a vicious cycle, I don’t sleep because I’m in pain, I’m in more pain because I don’t sleep well. I have tried numerous coping mechanisms, from music to medications. I haven’t really had a way to measure in real numbers what helps and what doesn’t. I was excited to get this Sleepace Monitor and try it out.
This monitor is non invasive, nothing to wear or attach to you, so you can sleep normally without any changes. The monitor belt slips under your sheet at chest level and it’s connected by Bluetooth to your phone while you sleep. The Sleepace monitor records how many hours you sleep, your heart rate, respiratory rate, and how many times you turn over during the night. The app also breaks down to percentages how much of your sleep is deep, mid, light and how much you’re awake.
This has been really helpful for me in determining what things work well to help me sleep, and what has little to no effect.