The only place you have to pop it is on your pillow.
Tried everything to get a good night’s sleep? Maybe it’s time to try another kind of pill. Sleep Pill for Sense is a coin-sized device that clips onto your pillow to help you beat sleepless nights for good.
Packing a high-precision accelerometer, Sleep Pill closely monitors all of your nocturnal tosses and turns, wakes you during your lightest sleep cycle while you’re bright-eyed and bushy tails, and sends your data to an app on your phone for analysis in the morning.
The data from Sleep Pill alone is enough to make for some interesting reading, but there’s even an even deeper insight into your sleeping hours to be had thanks to Sleep Pill’s partner in crime, Sense.
Sense is an orb-like device that sits close to your bed and monitors the conditions of your bedroom while you snooze. With state-of-the-art sensors, Sense can pick up on light levels, particulates, humidity, temperature, and all sorts of things that go bump in the night to determine what’s stopping you from catching ZZZs.
The first thing you’ll probably come across in the Sense app when you wake up is your personalised sleep score out of 100. This is based on a combination of the conditions in your bedroom and how well you just slept the night before. Venturing deeper into the app, you’ll be able to see how minor interruptions like noise and temperature influence your sleep and impact the quality of your rest.
The app will also give you feedback on how to get a better sleep based on your sleeping patterns, which could flag up that your bedroom is too warm, there’s too much light in your room, or that dripping tap is disturbing your kip more than you think.