We are all aware of the importance which nutrition and exercise has on our fitness and wellbeing. There are plenty of products and services for these, but until now, the third and perhaps the most important element has been in shadow: the rest and recovery.
Beddit enables you to actually measure sleep, rest and the recovery of body after exercise. By following the true, night-time resting heart rate and Beddit stress index, you can see the real effect of training.
Our professional offering, Beddit Lab, is an extra layer on top of Beddit sleep tracker. It lets you access all your clients sleep information to give them personal coaching, manage your clients, and rent or sell Beddit devices to your clients. Additionally, it gives you some extra features: detailed heart rate and actigraphy information.
Because Beddit tracks one's sleep in bed fully automatically, without the user wearing and sensors or wires, it is well suited for long-term monitoring. The device automatically measures and uploads the data in our web app for you to access, and it does not require any user interaction or intervention.
“In sports, one traines a lot and eats well, but the thing that makes the difference in the end is sleep. Beddit information guides to practical means for really getting something out of the training, and taking all out of one's potential without adverse stress implications! Beddit is a MUST for executives, coaches, and of course athletes.”
Korpi Power Oy Ltd
Beddit is used by tens of organizations for providing their customers coaching in wellbeing, sports, and good sleep. Our professional sleep & recovery coach training is well received by personal trainers.
The Beddit device is usually kept on the bedside table from where it measures sleep environment data (light, noise and temperature).
The Beddit sensor is unnoticeable after it has been placed under the mattress topper and doesn't require any actions. In other words you don't need to attach any bracelets, headbands or other uncomfortable equipment that could affect your nighttime comfort.
With Beddit you can easily gather large amount of data on your sleep and well-being. This information is very useful in tracking the effects of changes in everyday life and recognizing patters and trends over time. Changes in stress levels and resting heart rate very often correlate with your general health and wellbeing.
After each night, Beddit emails you your last night's summary data. Following links from the email, you can keep a wellness diary with just a few clicks.
The diary combined with sleep results helps you to see how things in your life are related to your wellbeing.
Beddit tracks your sleeping environment. With detailed information about night time disturbing light and noice combined with temperature readings you can find several easy ways of improving your sleep.
Beddit Lab is a client management application for organizations. It is available as an annual subscription. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Using Beddit Lab you can see all your patients, access their sleep and activity information, assign Beddit sleep tracker devices to them, and manage your organization.
Using Beddit Lab, you can create new Beddit users as your organization's clients.
At Beddit, we take security and privacy seriously. When you are adding an existing Beddit user as your client, her approval will be first asked via email.
As a Beddit professional user, you will receive access to even more detailed heart rate and actigraphy information. Detailed heart rate histogram shows times of arousals during the sleep, and gives an overview of heart rate variability (HRV) during the night.
Beddit Sleep Tracker is based on ballistocardiography (BCG). Our sensor measures the mechanical forces caused by heartbeat, respiration and movements of the person in bed.
Using these three different signals, it is possible to analyze the sleep stage and stress level. The result is not always perfectly accurate but it is well suited for everyday sleep tracking. For more accurate results you would have to attach different sensors to your body, thus making normal sleeping very difficult.