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Unlock the Future of Rest with Our Guide to Sleep Tech 

Jun 19 2024
2 min read
A man wearing a sleep patch at Canyon Ranch Health Spa Resort

Add these technologies to your sleep routine for a healthier, well-rested you. 

Sleep hygiene is an essential part of your daily well-being. And while wellness basics like a balanced diet, regular exercise, and consistent health routines are the building blocks of a good sleep routine, sleep technologies and products also aid in your quest catch more Zzz's.  

Here, we’re talking all things wearables, apps, and more to break down how sleep tech can help you achieve better shut-eye. 

A woman in bed sleeping at Canyon Ranch Lenox

What is Sleep Tech? 
Sleep tech includes everything from wearable devices and apps to bedding and white noise machines. It can monitor your sleep cycle or just help create an optimal sleep environment – anything that leads to better rest and relaxation.  

Types of Sleep Tech  
Wearable devices like smartwatches monitor your heart rate, movement, and even your blood oxygen levels to provide insights into your sleep patterns. Other products like smart mattresses and pillows are designed to adjust to your preferences and sleep patterns. White noise machines create a soothing environment that helps you fall asleep, while light therapy devices, like sunrise alarm clocks, help regulate your circadian rhythm by simulating natural light patterns. 

What Are the Benefits?  
From feedback based on your unique sleep data to devices that help create sleep-friendly environments, sleep tech promotes a healthier sleep cycle. Better sleep is linked to numerous health benefits — like mood, cognitive function, and physical health — leading to overall well-being and a better quality of life.  

A woman waking up refreshed after a good night's sleep

Learn more about sleep tech and reset your sleep schedule for optimal health at our next Mastering Sleep Retreat with Director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona Dr. Micheal Grandner this July at our all-inclusive Berkshires wellness resort in Lenox, MA.