The technology

Unlike other sleep tracking devices, we knew that we had to develop and implement active technology that is in tune with users’ sleep patterns and can adapt to their needs.

Sleeping like a Baby

We have known for millennia that rocking a baby will help her to fall asleep. Why is that? 

The answer is Alternate Bilateral Stimulation. ABS, is a method of rhythmically stimulating alternate sides of the body, which engages opposite hemispheres of the brain. The rhythm is at a low frequency, the same frequency as your brainwaves during slow wave sleep. 

In fact, research has shown that ABS causes changes in brain activity to a pattern consistent with normal sleep. somnia harnesses the rhythmic stimulations of ABS to help you fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up refreshed.

The InsomniSolv team has completed a clinical trial documenting the effectiveness of the device. People fell asleep 33% faster and woke up 50% less. More importantly they improved the quality of their sleep by 40%.

 
 
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It’s all in the wrist.

Our wrists are portals into our central nervous system. InsomniSolv leverages wearable wrist bands with subtle, rhythmic stimulation to help you fall asleep and stay asleep so you can get a gentle, full night’s rest. Research has shown that this type of stimulation causes changes in brain activity that is consistent with normal sleep.

We also use the same technology that sleep researchers use to monitor sleep only we use it to actively control the stimulations. Sensors on the wrist bands are read by a smartphone app which uses an AI algorithm to track your sleep and modify the stimulations, turning them off once you are asleep, and automatically restarting them if you wake up prematurely.

 
 
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