With most people spending time at home, the lines between work and home have become blurry, leading to burnout and sleep deprivation. Getting a good sleep when bad sleeping habits arise is hard. Loud snoring, too much sweating, an active bladder, or light sleep, are common problems. To help people get better sleep, New York tech startup Tatch introduces a new product that monitors the body while sleeping. The company’s new product features wireless, cushiony-soft, lightweight patches that easily attach to the skin. They are effortlessly pain-free when removed, making them very easy to use.
“After using a few different sleep devices, I can honestly say this was absolutely fabulous. Very comfortable, no wires and very easy to do myself,” stated Elise, 55 years old, from New York City.
The patch consists of special sensors that track and monitor the changes and behavior of the body while sleeping. It monitors different signals and metrics such as body position, movement, and even snoring. Through the gathered data, a personalized sleep report is made and will be available in just 24 hours. The data will be shared with an online sleep specialist for a consultation.
Tatch is a company that is on a mission to make better sleep more accessible to the people. The company is also conducting a market research study called “The Better Sleep Program,” where 100 spots are open to test the product for free.
For more information, visit www.tatch.com.
Tatch is founded by Dr. Amir Reuveny and Ahud Mordechai, with a mission to help millions of people who are suffering from bad sleep. Through Tatch devices, understanding sleep habits are now easy and convenient making the journey to better sleep more accessible.
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