Getting enough and better sleep seems to be a hot topic. After my last blog post 'How To Turn Your Bedroom Into A Sleep Sanctuary' I received some emails with requests for more tips about gadgets and apps that could help improve sleep. This is an area I’m really interested in so I couldn’t resist to share more.
The sleep-aid market is growing and is expected to reach USD 76 bn in 2019 (BCC Research, July 2014). According to this Time Out article, Hong Kongers on average only get 6.46 hours sleep a day and 2.8 million of us suffer from insomnia. In America, the Center for Disease Control called their sleep problems a public health epidemic: Billions of dollars lost in economic productivity, fatal accidents caused by sleep deprivation, links to the obesity crisis and the rise in sleep apnea. Sleep is crucial for your memory, learning performance, recovery and overall health. We spend more time sleeping than we do eating and exercising combined.Read More