Kello advanced sleep trainer aims to help you sleep better

Shane McGlaun - Oct 3, 2016, 9:00am CDT
Kello advanced sleep trainer aims to help you sleep better

We all know that how good your day is really depends on how well you slept the night before. If you didn’t sleep well, the day starts on a bad note and can go downhill from there. Kello is a new alarm clock that is on Kickstarter that aims to train you to get a better night of sleep.

Kello uses scientifically proven techniques to help you renew your sleep pattern and start your morning off right. Kello aims to help you hit snooze less and prevent fragmented sleep. Kello will limit how many times per week you are able to hit snooze. When you have used up your snooze allowance Kello can turn on the lights, ring louder, or change playlists.

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Kello will also allow you to wake earlier each day by shaving a few minutes from your alarm every day until you are at your wake up goal. Kello also helps you to fall asleep faster by using breathing techniques. The clock shows you breathing patterns to follow and can play relaxing music to help you fall asleep. Once you are asleep, the sound goes away. The makers of Kello claim this will help you get to sleep 2.5 times faster.

Kello also has a way to help you maintain your sleep schedule with a screen that shows a sky full of stars when its bedtime. Tap the top of the device to log your bedtime and go to sleep. Kello can also help adjust your sleep schedule to fight jet lag. Kello is controlled by an app available for iOS or Android devices. Kello is on Kickstarter seeking $50,000 and has raised over $250,000 as of writing with 17 days to go. You can get a single Kello alarm clock for $109 or more with shipping expected in March 2017.

SOURCE: kickstarter


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