Sleep better. Live better.

When you’re sleeping well, you’re at your best. Poor sleep prevents you from being the active, energetic person you know you can be. If you’re being dragged down by poor sleep quality and daytime tiredness, you don’t have to be. SleepStudy helps you get the rest you need by tracking how lifestyle choices like meals, workouts and caffeine intake impact your sleep. Identify your sleep problems, find fixes that work, and wake up each day feeling rested and refreshed.

Wake up to your possibilities

Other products and apps measure how long you’ve slept. But you don’t just need more sleep—you need high-quality sleep. A restless night can leave you just as tired as if you hadn’t slept at all. So what’s holding you back from deep sleep? Answers are available. It’s time to get real, FDA-cleared* objective data about how well you’re sleeping.

Better days start with better nights.

We know that sleep affects every aspect of health—good sleepers eat better, have lower stress, and even live longer. And of course, they’re more energized and productive. But if you’re not sleeping well, it can be hard to know what’s wrong. Was it the afternoon coffee break? Late workout? Too much p.m. screen time? And are those yoga classes and melatonin tablets really helping?

Now you can find out. Get a measure of your sleep quality with SleepStudy®, and then use your data to see how tweaking your everyday behavior can open a world of better, healthier sleep. Say good night to guesswork—and hello to increased energy and alertness.

What is SleepStudy?

Today, medical science has the tools to monitor a person’s sleep quality in real time and record the minute details of their physiological state. But getting this data usually means spending the night away from home, in a sleep lab. In these facilities, doctors diagnose sleep apnea and other disorders by having patients undergo an overnight sleep study, also known as polysomnography. Electrodes are attached to the patient’s body and head, and machines record how long and deeply they slept (and how many times they woke up).

This testing is highly effective. But there are downsides: Sleep labs can be far from home, overnighting there upsets your daily routine, and many patients have trouble getting to sleep in an unfamiliar bed. This “first night syndrome” can result in data that don’t reflect your usual sleep habits.

There is an easier way. With today’s technology, a polysomnograpy can be performed at home—known as a lab sleep study in at Home.

Home Sleep Study Benefits

SleepStudy empowers patients to take control of their own sleep health. So how does it work? Order the Personal Sleep Tracker, and you’ll receive an all-in-one tracking device, sensors, and detailed instructions on how to use them. Attach the electrodes, spend the night in your own bed, and the next day you can view all your data on our free, easy-to-use tracking app.

SleepStudy eliminates the wasted time, travel cost and inconvenience of staying at a clinic. It puts sleep testing within reach of home-bound, elderly, or chronically ill patients who may require specialized care like an overnight nurse. And while sleep labs run on a strict schedule with designated sleep hours, SleepStudy lets you test yourself whenever you need to—ideal for people who work night shifts, or just have trouble finding the time in their schedule to go to a lab.

Sleeping in your own bed is more convenient. It also yields great results, since your sleep quality isn’t affected by “first night syndrome” and the anxiety that comes with sleeping at a lab. Because of this, SleepStudy is as effective as a lab sleep test at diagnosing obstructive sleep apnea. And it costs just a fraction as much. SleepStudy is helping more patients get diagnosed and treated, and get the rest they deserve.

Better days start with better nights.