UrgoNight develops a device that helps people sleep better

UrgoNight develops a device that helps people sleep better
The Siliconreview
07 January, 2019

A good night’s sleep prepares people for the following day, and those who are unfortunate enough to not have had a proper sleep are often left feeling grumpy, irritable and not very productive. Numerous studies have found an unmistakable connection between a number of health problems like stress, anxiety, migraines, increased blood pressures, etc. with lack of sleep. People turn to yoga, meditation, and even pills to help them get a good night’s rest. However, a company named UrgoNight has developed a unique solution to help people regulate their sleep cycles and get that coveted, refreshing and restful sleep.

Electroencephalogram (EEG) is a device that monitors a person’s brain waves to indicate levels of neural activity. It is similar to an electrocardiogram (ECG) that monitors heartbeats. UrgoNight has developed an app that analyses a person’s EEG readings to determine what activities are best suited for producing brain waves associated with sleep. By wearing this device for a few days, preferably after work, the application will notify the user about all the activities that are more likely to stimulate brain activity that helps with better sleep. The application will further have a session for users to help them with conditioning their habits so that they can adapt to a lifestyle that promotes deep, undisturbed sleep cycles.

In today’s hectic lifestyle, this innovation may just be the thing that people have been waiting for.