The mission

Can sleep tech help a stressedout insomniac understand her sleep patterns, chill out before bed, and get a good night’s kip?

The woman

Wearable-gadget guinea pig and stressed sleeper Becca loves to discover tech that helps us feel good and perform at our best.

The tech

▪ Emfit QS, €299.94, emfitqs.com

▪ Thync Relax Pro, From $149, thync.com

▪ S+ Sleep Sensor by ResMed, £129.92, sleep.mysplus.com

▪ Fitbit Alta HR, £129.99, fitbit.com

▪ Nox Music Smart Sleep Light, sleepace.com / £119.98, amazon.co.uk

▪ Zeeq Smart Pillow, £199, shop.rem-fit.co.uk

▪ Dodow, £44, mydodow.com

First smart cookers came for your kitchen, then smart TVs took over your living room, now smart homes are making a play for your bedroom. I know what you’re thinking: aren’t we meant to be ditching tech before bed for better ‘sleep

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