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Relax Melodies
Combine relaxation sounds, melodies, binaural beats and white noise. Intrigued...
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yesterday by glass
Lumie Bodyclock Glow 150 Wake up to Daylight SAD Light at John Lewis & Partners
Buy Lumie Bodyclock Glow 150 Wake up to Daylight SAD Light from our Desk & Table Lamps range at John Lewis & Partners. Free Delivery on orders over £50.
seasonal-affective-disorder  light  table  lamp  clock  sleep 
yesterday by floehopper
Why Sleep Apnea Patients Rely on a CPAP Machine Hacker - Motherboard
The Weakest Link is Motherboard's third annual theme week dedicated to the future of hacking and cybersecurity. Follow along. Listen to Motherboard’s new hacking podcast, CYBER, here. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  cpap  hack  sleep 
2 days ago by ChristopherA
Endlich besser schlafen - Dossier - tagesanzeiger.ch
Warum guter Schlaf wirklich wichtig ist und wie Sie ihn optimieren können.
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2 days ago by navegador
Apnea Board - Sleep Apnea discussion forums, CPAP Manuals and advice
“None of the doctors could get my AHI down and none of them seemed particularly concerned about it, to be honest,” she said. She started Googling for help, and came across a forum called CPAPtalk.com.

On the forum, users were talking about a piece of software called “SleepyHead.”

The free, open-source, and definitely not FDA-approved piece of software is the product of thousands of hours of hacking and development by a lone Australian developer named Mark Watkins, who has helped thousands of sleep apnea patients take back control of their treatment from overburdened and underinvested doctors. The software gives patients access to the sleep data that is already being generated by their CPAP machines but generally remains inaccessible, hidden by proprietary data formats that can only be read by authorized users (doctors) on proprietary pieces of software that patients often can’t buy or download. SleepyHead and community-run forums like CPAPtalk.com and ApneaBoard.com have allowed patients to circumvent medical device manufacturers, who would prefer that the software not exist at all.
sleep  apnea  CPAP  forums 
2 days ago by Quercki
How To Get Your Bedroom To The Perfect Temperature For Sleep
The temperature of our bedroom and mattress has a significant effect on the quality of sleep we get. Learn how to get your bedroom to the perfect temperature for quality sleep:
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2 days ago by Adventure_Web

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