Sleep Genius, the world’s most scientifically advanced sleep program developed by top researchers in the fields of neuroscience, sleep, and music, is putting to rest one of the most persistent complaints about today's top wearable technologies by integrating with the new Samsung Gear 2.
From monitoring fitness activity and calorie intake, to recording sleep patterns and even blood pressure, countless leading wearable devices are designed to track. But none can treat the underlying problems that continue to imperil the health and wellness of millions.
Now, Samsung is awakening the world of wearables to a new beginning in smartwatch sophistication by filling the tremendous void in wearable solutions for sleeplessness.
The proprietary sleep technologies that have made Sleep Genius a groundbreaking addition of unrivaled scientific pedigree on iOS and Android will be integrated into Samsung's next-generation Gear 2.
With an estimated 1 in 4 adults now living with some form of sleep disorder, Gear’s deployment of the cutting-edge science behind Sleep Genius couldn’t come at a more opportune time.
Following their research helping
Delivering scientifically composed music designed to create the optimal sleep environment, and featuring the remarkable Revive Cycle Alarm, which gradually awakens users and leaves them feeling refreshed from any stage of sleep, Sleep Genius may hold the key to correcting what the CDC calls a “public health epidemic" of insufficient sleep.
“Integrating Sleep Genius into the new Samsung Gear 2 not only raises the bar for wearable tech, it also reflects the company's commitment to giving consumers what they truly need – a better night’s sleep through safe and effective technology that only Sleep Genius can deliver,” says
To learn more about Sleep Genius, please visit SleepGenius.com.
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