Two thirds of Americans say they don't get enough shut-eye, according to the National Sleep Foundation. New high-tech sleep trackers promise to clue you in to what's sabotaging your rest. A few weary women pillow-tested them for a week.
Yawn if you relate: Two thirds of Americans say they don't get enough shut-eye, according to the National Sleep Foundation. But a slew of new high-tech sleep trackers promise to clue you in to what's sabotaging your rest. We asked a few weary women to pillow-test them for a week.
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THE ZZZITUATION: "I lie awake forever." -HOLLY HAYS, 35
THE GADGET: The Zeo ($150; MyZeo.com), a computerized headband worn at night. "After I uploaded info from the headband to Zeo's website, I got an email saying that having a late dinner and watching TV before bed may have kept me awake. So I tried eating earlier and reading; by the end of the week, I nodded off in five minutes!"
THE ZZZITUATION: "I fall asleep quickly, but a leaf drops in the backyard and I'm up." -ELIZABETH SHIPLEY, 40
THE GADGET: The WakeMate ($60; wakemate.com), a wristband that records movement during sleepRead More »from 3 Gadgets for a Better Night's Sleep