If you’re anything like 100% of the world’s population, you need more sleep. Sporadically, you will “catch up” on some z’s and fool your body into thinking it’s rested, but how much is truly left in your internal clock? Is there any way to really know?
Well, like most everything else, there’s an app for that. WakeMode, which launches today, can evaluate your fatigue levels based on the quality and the amount of sleep you got through the previous night. Additionally, the app allows users keep tabs on their sleep patterns, and provides personal tips on how to boost your energy throughout the day and get better sleep come nighttime.
The Sleep Evaluation Technology was developed and carried out by SleepRate, a med-tech sleep solution company. The company claims its sleep monitoring technology is superior to others due to its machine learning guide which is able to create individualized sleep improvement plans.
Consumer Affairs reports that the app initially uses motion and heart rate to get a feel for your sleep patterns, then it gets to work creating a personalized sleep improvement program. Keeping the app in the loop regarding your sleeping habits and activities, such as when you napped or how much alcohol you drank, boosts the accuracy of its fatigue analysis.
Armed with an accurate sleep analysis and actionable fatigue-fighting tips, users can combat any obstacles standing in their way of getting a good night’s sleep.
“With SleepRate, we gave our users the opportunity to learn about and improve their sleep patterns, but we also wanted to give them a way to be more engaged and understand how better sleep could affect their lives,” said SleepRate CEO and founder, Dr. Anda Baharav.
“WakeMode enables users everywhere to actually see how their sleep habits affect their day and encourage them to commit to an actual lifestyle change in order to improve their sleep habits and alertness during the day.”
The app, which evaluates your fatigue levels on a number scale, aims to keep users perky throughout the day by pinpointing opportunities for fatigue regulation.
Certain times may call for a caffeinated beverage while others may require a nap. To combat a very low internal battery, the app may suggest heading to bed to replenish your battery. Customizable notifications indicate critical fatigue levels and optimal bedtimes.