Sleep Hygiene + Circadian Rhythm Tracking App For Energy Management Updated

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RISE, the only sleep debt tracking app in the market today, announces its newest update. Now, users benefit from an improved user interface that keys in on the two most important statistics when it comes to their sleep health: sleep debt and circadian rhythm.

The newly improved RISE app attempts to set the standard in energy management and optimization. Unlike other sleep tracking apps, the tool created by Rise Science improves wellness by informing users on how much sleep they need to perform at optimum levels.

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It does this by tracking the person’s sleep debt – or how much sleep they need to “give back” to their bodies – and how well their sleep and wake times align with their circadian rhythm. With the improved app, users can go about their day while the mobile app does its work. RISE performs even without a wearable gadget, making it a more convenient option for those who do not like wearing watches or other devices while they sleep.

In a recent study conducted by the Sleep Foundation, experts noted that around 35% of American adults are sleep deprived, getting seven hours or less of rest each night. The study further estimated that around 30% to 48% of older adults suffer from insomnia.

Scientists explain that insufficient sleep has a snowball effect on the economy. Those who do not receive adequate sleep are more at risk of chronic diseases, consequently taking sick leaves, and costing the American economy billions of dollars in lost productivity each year.

This has caused a wave of people looking for ways to naturally improve their sleep to get more out of their days. The team at Rise Science recognized this demand and created an app that doesn’t just give generic suggestions of what to do to improve sleep but provides measurable ways to improve sleep hygiene for increased energy during the day.

It achieves this by tracking the user’s sleep debt and circadian rhythm. These measurements were drawn from the two-process model of sleep regulation established by sleep scientist, Alexander Borbely, in the 1980s.

A spokesperson for the company said, “We want to make the world healthier, more enjoyable, and more productive by championing natural sleep. In service of this mission, we go beyond tracking sleep time and making vague gestures at sleep quality—we want our users to experience the ongoing, real-world rewards of becoming sleep-conscious.”

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