RISE, a sleep debt tracking app for iOS and Android devices, has announced the launch of its service, enabling users to monitor and improve their sleep patterns to optimize their body clock and daily energy levels.
More details can be found at https://www.risescience.com/?utm_source=ampifire&utm_medium=press-release&utm_campaign=ampifire
The announcement will be of interest to anyone hoping to optimize their energy levels and enjoy better health by ensuring they meet their sleep need. The RISE app has been built around the two principles that many sleep scientists consider vital to unlocking better sleep and energy levels. These principles are sleep debt and circadian rhythm.
Sleep debt is the cumulative effect of not getting enough sleep. The Rise app tracks how much sleep a user owes their body and helps them pay back that sleep debt. Circadian rhythm is an internal process that regulates the sleep-wake cycle and repeats roughly every 24 hours. The RISE app not only tracks a user’s circadian rhythm, it predicts their daily energy schedule and helps them take control of it.
The app starts analyzing its users’ sleep patterns as soon as it is activated by pulling historical data from their smartphones. This helps the user visualize their sleep need, sleep debt, and understand the best time for them to go to sleep and when to wake up.
The app also syncs with other wearable devices, including Fitbit and Garmin, to create a more accurate picture of its users’ daily routines.
By helping users better understand their sleep patterns, the app allows them to take the steps that not only help them feel more energized but have also been proven to improve their immune systems and maintain good health.
A spokesperson for RISE said, “Most people have no idea how sleep-deprived they are right now. They just become numb to the feeling of living with sleep debt and struggle their way through life. However, if they got the sleep their bodies needed, they’d soon enjoy the great feeling of being truly awake and performing at their very best.”
More information about RISE’s sleep and energy tracking app is available at https://www.risescience.com
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