The Zepp Global Sleep Study reveals Beethoven’s popularity of Moonlight Sonata at bedtime; Personalized Digital Lullaby Generator – Launch of Tech

  • Zepp partners with the Tech Sleep Society to understand perceptions about sleep quality in the UK, US Italy, Spain, Germany And Thailand
  • Some survey respondents believe they are losing about 4.5 hours of sleep in the epidemic
  • 60% of the respondents are wearing socks on the bed, saying that it makes them aware of lack of sleep

Shenzhen, China, November 20, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Zepp, A professional-grade wearable brand that empowers digital management of personal well-being, today released a Global Sleep Study commented by the Tech Sleep Society, an international authority in sleep health. In October 2020, Zepp conducted an independent poll of 12,000 respondents in 6 countries to understand Concerns, perceptions and attitudes around sleep quality in these unprecedented times.

Results suggest that feelings of sleep deprivation are more prevalent than most believe and are a common yearning for more closed-eye times. Daytime worries are understood to carry over into the night, resulting in reduced optimal sleep, and appear to be a vicious cycle, affecting well into the next day. Sleep habits have also changed, naturally, due to the epidemic due to changing lifestyles, the home-dwelling economy. Music and meditation habits resonate with respondents to this survey.

Epidemic and other concerns

Thailand As the nation that was most sleep deprived, half of the respondents (50%) claimed that they were definitely sleep deprived, followed by Germany (38%), America (37.8%), UK (37.4%) Italy (18.5%) and Spain (18.2%). 43% of respondents attributed the problem to work, 40% to money concerns, and 23% to epidemic concerns.

The COVID-19 lockdown is also believed to have altered people’s sleeping patterns, with more than a third (33.6%) of respondents saying they normally go to bed later, and 20% saying That they have difficulty sleeping. Respondents believe they are losing an average of 2.7 hours of sleep each night due to epidemic-induced concerns, with respondents Thailand Viewing the highest average loss of 4.5 hours per night.

Nearly half of respondents (46%) in the US and Spain (47%) feel that they live in a sleep-deprived nation due to technology and social media. Thailand Respondents (52%) believe that as a result of thinking about Italians and being much higher than Italians (48%). Respondent in Germany (46%) think it is because they work too hard and get burned out and people in the UK (46%) say that it is because the world is a worrying place right now.

Mimicry in a post-pandemic world

In this time people are actively taking measures to get better sleep. Top measures include listening to relaxing music, avoiding caffeine in the evening, reading before bed and meditating. 60% of the respondents wear it to bed, saying that it makes them aware of their lack of sleep. Data from wearers is believed to help respondents find out the exact number of hours of sleep and improve their sleeping patterns.

“By tracking sleep, you’ll have a better understanding of whether you’re achieving the three components of healthy sleep – duration, or length of sleep, continuity, which means sleeping without fission, and depth, which is deep sleep Which is enough to relax, “Dr. Lourdes Delroseo, Tech Sleep Day, co-president of the Tech Sleep Society.

Music as a bedside aid

89% of the respondents agreed that listening to quiet music can help with sleep. Poll results showed that Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata was the most popular track at bedtime for all countries, with the exception. Italy, In favor of Chopin’s night number 2 with respondents. Respondent in Germany And Thailand Stated that his favorite musical genre to listen to was pop, while respondents in the US, UK, Spain And Italy It was classical music.

Personalized lullabies for an extended night’s rest

Recognizing the role of music in helping people fall asleep, Zepp has teamed up with Swedish creative mastermind to launch a digital lullaby generator.

The free-to-use lullaby generator will help users tailor music based on their own sleep patterns for an extended night’s rest. Existing Zepp users can login to share their sleep metrics and automatically produce a unique and personal lullaby. Non-Zep users can also participate by answering many questions about their sleep habits.

As a champion for personal wellbeing, Zepp’s products and programs aim to help consumers track their sleep as they begin their journey toward healthy sleep.

To generate your personal lullaby, visit https://zepplullaby.com/.

Zep smartwatch features sleep tracking

In August, Zepp launched a stylish line-up of wearables designed with wellness in mind. The all-new Zep E series leverages the power of artificial health (AI) and cutting-edge technology to help transform critical health data into workable insights that effectively monitor users’ physical and mental well-being Helps to do.

Equipped with robust sleep tracking technologies and features, Zepp smartwatches are set to become consumers’ best sleep companion. State of the art sleep tracking measures users’ sleep status, including light sleep, deep sleep, rapid eye movement (REM)[1] And while awake, even monitoring 20-minute day intervals[2] During the day, provide an overall sleep score to help users measure the quality of their sleep and breathing.

For detailed product specifications and more information, visit www.zepp.com.

For an executive summary of the Global Sleep Study and more materials, see contact.

Latest Products from Zepp

In August, Zepp launched the Zepp E Square and Zepp E Circle as its latest product, featuring 3D curved bezel-lace designs and stylish. On 17 NovemberThThe premium design line-up, Zepp Z, was released as a premium partner in wellness, equipped with the RISC-V wearable chip and PAI ™ Health Assessment System.[3].

About zep

As a professional-grade brand for digital management of users’ wellbeing, Zepp leverages its flagship AI algorithm system to bring digital health solutions to people around the world. From traditional health and exercise monitoring to analysis and early health-status warnings, Zepp is committed to helping users improve their quality of life. Zepp believes in the use of technology to better manage our wellbeing and help everyone enjoy a more fulfilling life. Therefore, Zepp’s mission is to “continuously develop new technologies and use accurate data-analysis capabilities to help people manage their own health.”

[1] To monitor your REM cycle, sleep assist mode, and heart rate tracking must be enabled. The rapid eye movement phase is the sleep phase related to dreams in the sleep cycle.

[2] The duration of rapid eye movements, also known as REM, is the basis of the normal biological rhythm and sustenance of mammals. This constitutes about 20% –25% of the full night sleep cycle. It is characterized by rapid eye movement, low amplitude mixed frequency EEG activity, and relaxation of muscle tension. To monitor your REM cycle, sleep assistant mode and heart rate tracking have to be enabled. Sleep monitoring: Can record evening sleep and nap. When it is detected that the wearer is sleeping between midnight and 6AM, bedtime between 6PM and 11AM of the previous day can be recorded as nighttime sleep time; Sleep between 11AM and 6PM lasting more than 20 minutes is recorded as a nap. Sleep less than 20 minutes is not recorded. An interval of not less than 20 minutes will be recorded during the day.

[3] The Hunt Fitness Study indicates that people who maintain a PAI ™ score of 100 or more have a lower risk of hypertension, heart disease, and type-2 diabetes. Hunt Fitness Study: This study was done by Professor Ulrich Wislaf of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Science and Technology, Norway. It ran for over 35 years and involved 230,000 participants.

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