Device improves sleep using light, sound and touch

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Up to 70 million adults in America suffer from sleeping disorders, which can have a massive effect on their physical and mental health. The widespread use of LED screens, especially before bed, is only making things worse because mobile devices emit optical radiation, which results in melatonin suppression. Hoping to rectify the situation, SleepCogni is a device designed to relax users before bed, using light, touch and sound. The device was created by British inventor Richard Mills and a team at Sheffield Hallam University. We have already seen home devices such as Vitastiq and Cue, which enable patients to monitor…

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