It is no secret that quality sleep provides you with a happier and healthier life. With various developments in smart technology you can now have convenience at the tip of your fingers right from the start of your day even before your get out of bed. Here are a few tips and Smart Tech devices to help you sleep better and brighten your morning.
- Google Home
Google Home can provide you with convenience not only in your bedroom but in the rest of your house as well. Waking up in the morning can be a struggle for some. You can simply set an alarm, snooze it as well as cancel it. Once you’re up you can also ask Google to read out the daily news, weather and traffic updates or your to-do-list for the day.
- Smart Lighting
Today, you have a variety of smart lighting options to choose from. Smart lighting can also be controlled using smart devices like your phone or tablet. You won’t have to get out of bed anymore in case you have forgotten to turn the lights off. Turn on/off a specific light or all of the lights at home with a single click of a finger or a voice command.
- Motion Active LED bed light
You don’t need to struggle to turn on the lights in case you wake up in the middle of the night. The motion active LED bed light radiates a soft warm light as soon as you get out of bed. The soft glow makes sure you are guided across the room in the dark without disturbing others.
- Bose Noise-Masking sleep buds
Sometimes it’s difficult to shut down all the disturbances around you. Bose is known for their sound cancelling technology. If the masking sound is louder than the external sound then your inner ear cannot hear the disturbance. The Bose sleep buds are wireless and have designed for side sleepers making sure they stay on even if you toss and turn. They can be connected to your phone allowing you to listen to soothing tones as you drift away to sleep.
- Avoid Blue light
Scrolling through your phone or laptop before going to bed can cause sleep disturbance. It is advised to avoid using electronic devices 2 – 3 hours before going to bed. However, sometimes this is not possible. You can opt for a screen tinting software which reduces the amount of blue light that gets reflected into your eyes. Plugins such as F.lux as well as built in options like the Night Shift on Apple devices can prove to be useful in helping you get better sleep.