The magic of Zeo doesn’t lie in the bedside unit or mobile phone.
Instead, it lies in the data you gather.
For example, say that it takes you a full hour of tossing and turning to fall asleep. Instead of giving you just one data point - it took you an hour to fall asleep - Zeo gives you the whole picture.
Like your time in sleep stages. Perhaps you noticed that in that fitful hour, your Zeo reported that you dipped in and out of Light sleep several times. What felt like being awake for an hour was really 45 minutes of interrupted sleep.
Zeo also gives you a sleep quality grade - ZQ. This assess your sleep quality based on total sleep time, time in each sleep phase, and number of times woken up.
To go back to that night of tossing and turning, perhaps once you finally fell asleep for good, your overall sleep was of a pretty high quality. Knowing that might make your day just a little bit better.
Yet how does your day play out into your sleep - and how can Zeo help marry the two?
Let's say that using the Sleep Journal feature, you find out that you have a few servings of caffeine a day--and that last one’s at 4pm. Chances are you probably never thought it affected you --until you noticed a ZQ spike when you skipped it. Armed with this information, you can now decide if that last cup’s truly worth it.
Once you have that data, you can put it to work with your mySleep account to help you figure out which actions help you get the sleep you need, and which make it harder for you to get the rest you want.
So take action to improve not only your sleep quantity but also your sleep quality.
Check out the myTools Table of Contents below to learn more about Zeo and how it can help you get the best sleep you can.
myTools Table of Contents