The scientific results are in: The Apollo stress relief wearable helps you sleep better

The scientific results are in: The Apollo stress relief wearable helps you sleep better

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Key Facts

  • It conducted a study of over 500 people who wore both the Apollo wearable and the Oura Ring health-tracking device, collecting data as they slept in a real-world environment over an average of five months.
  • Here’s what they found among consistent Apollo users (those who kept it on three or more hours a day, five or more days a week), compared to before they started using Apollo: · An average of 19% more deep sleep · An average of 14% more REM sleep · 6% average increase in total sleep time · 11% average increase in heart-rate variability, or HRV, the metric doctors use to determine stress resistance, quality of sleep and cognitive performance · 4% average decrease in resting heart rate When it comes to improving your sleep, those are the best kind of figures you’d see from starting to regularly practice meditation or mindfulness exercises, or from getting daily, quality physical exercise.
  • Don’t let all the science and numbers scare you off — the Apollo wearable is 21st-century tech, but, in a way, the ideas behind the Apollo have been tested for millennia and are based on wisdom as old as time.
  • Even better for longtime users, the Apollo starts to fit you like your favorite slippers after a while, in a sense: The longer you use it, the stronger and more balanced your nervous system gets, like a workout that trains you to bounce back from stress more quickly.

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