Smart bed companies will try to dazzle you with all sorts of fancy features, but you really don't need to get bogged down by all of the options.
Here are four main things you need to look for when you're shopping for a Smart bed.
Apps are the gateway to your smart bed and one with a complicated setup, wonky layout or glitchy interface can ruin everything.
Try giving the app a test run before You buy, create an account and navigate to as many screens as you can to see if you like the basics of how it works.
A good sleep tracker should reliably monitor how long you sleep As well as how restful that sleep was and how many times you got out of bed.
Some even offer data on your average heart or breathing rate and give you charts detailing your sleep progress over time.
Smart bed manufacturers know that you and your partner probably don't sleep the same way.
That extends to your preferred mattress firmness and sleep temperature a smart bed should allow you and your partner to adjust How firm or soft your side of the mattress is it should also let each person cool or heat their side to suit their preferences adding smart home Partners like Amazon Alexa nest and if to make it easier to use your bed alongside other connected products in your home.
Certain smart beds work with Alexa, so you can ask Alexa, how did I sleep last night?
Or even tell Alexa to start or stop recording a sleep session as well as get details on your heart and breathing rate.
Of course, the thing that matters most is a good night sleep, keep these four things in mind when you're shopping for a smart bed.
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