SleepScore Labs, the company behind the most advanced non-contact sleep improvement system for consumers, today announced scientific data validating that a new sleep product, the Dreampad, can improve sleep. The study found that sleeping with a Dreampad helped users feel more relaxed, increased their duration of deep sleep, and decreased the number of awakenings during the night.
The Dreampad is a pillow fitted with patented sound technology that is helpful for both falling asleep and staying asleep. Music and sound waves from the Dreampad app travel via your bodys natural conductivity, drifting you off to sleep¦and only you can hear it.
Being comfortable when in bed is essential to good sleep said Roy Raymann, Ph.D., Vice President of Sleep Science and Scientific Affairs, SleepScore Labs. With the Dreampad, users have the ability to significantly improve their sleep in an effortless way and enjoy the soothing properties of sound without disturbing their bed partner.
SleepScore Labs built its unique ecosystem of curated sleep products and services to help consumers find effective sleep solutions based on their own specific sleep patterns.
Our top priority is to help the world sleep better and through the SleepScore Labs validation research studies, we are focused on helping people discover simple, yet effective products that actually can improve the quality of their sleep, said Colin Lawlor, CEO of SleepScore Labs. In examining the Dreampad, we have gathered significant data supporting the effectiveness of the product in enriching users sleep quality.
In the scientific validation study, Dreampads were tested across multiple users across almost 400 nights, while capturing their sleep using SleepScore technology by ResMed. The data revealed the following findings:
- 84 percent of users felt Dreampad helped them relax and take their mind off distracting thoughts that interfere with sleep.
- 92 percent of study participants would recommend the Dreampad to their family or close friends
- 84 percent of study participants intend to continue using the Dreampad in the future
Our product validation in SleepScore Labs ecosystem acts as a testimony to the effectiveness of the Dreampad in helping people relax and fall asleep, said Randall Redfield, founder and CEO at Dreampad. The results of this study demonstrate the powerful sleep-inducing capabilities of the Dreampad, and we are thrilled about the opportunity to share its benefits with an even broader audience.
SleepScore Labs is backed by 12 years of comprehensive research and development, including more than seven million nights of objective sleep data. SleepScores sleep measurement technology is powered by ResMed and has been validated extensively against polysomnography (PSG) “ the gold standard in sleep measurement.
Visit SleepScore Labs SleepShop for more information about its products and how to improve sleep. Connect with SleepScore Labs on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The SleepScore app is free to download for Android via Google Play and iOS devices from the Apple App Store.
The Dreampad is also supported by research at Columbia University, where a published study showed it is able to help those with stress related sleep difficulties.
About SleepScore Labs
SleepScore Labs„¢ was created to accurately measure sleep while connecting consumers to solutions that help people sleep, feel and live better. The company is a joint venture between ResMed, Dr. Mehmet Oz, and Pegasus Capital Advisors L.P. and is committed to advancing the science and technologies around sleep and overall health. Together with the foremost medical, health, and scientific experts from around the world, the company utilizes SleepScore„¢ technology powered by ResMed„¢ to provide the most accurate and advanced sleep improvement system for consumers together with data insights, product evaluation tools, and technology licensing opportunities for companies developing products and solutions in the sleep industry. SleepScore Labs was created in 2016 and is headquartered in Carlsbad, California, with an office in Dublin, Ireland.