Studying sleep: technology assesses, alleviates issues | EDN–technology-assesses–alleviates-issues

Article on technology for analyzing possible sleep apnea and related sleep disorder.


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    What happened when I tried the U.S. Army’s tactic to fall asleep in two minutes

    The technique has been used to help people fall asleep in the most uncomfortable circumstances, and best of all, it’s said to work for 96% of the people who tried it for six weeks.

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Do you suffer from sleep apnea? Have you ever woken up to find your CPAP mask came off? Here’s an Arduino-powered solution to that problem.

    This monitor will let you know if your CPAP mask comes off at night

    Bin Sun has developed a CPAP monitor that measures air pressure via an MPXV7002DP sensor—often also used to determine the airspeed of RC models.

    The device is controlled by an Arduino Nano, and when it detects improper pressure readings in alarm mode, it activates a small buzzer, displaying a “check mask” message. It can also be set up to run in manometer mode in order to observe pressure changes.

  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Wearable Patch Uses Machine Learning to Detect Sleep Apnea

    Getting screened for sleep apnea often means spending a night in a special clinic hooked up to sensors that measure your brain activity, eye movement, and blood oxygen levels. But for long-term, more convenient monitoring of sleep apnea, a team of researchers has developed a wearable device that tracks a user’s breathing.

  4. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Onera’s Bio-Impedance Patch Uses Machine Learning to Detect Sleep Apnea
    This patch could make it easier to detect and monitor sleep apnea in a patient’s own home

  5. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Sleep-deprived brains may be asleep and awake at the same time

    For something that can occupy such a significant chunk of time, sleep still remains a mysterious part of our lives. Although it is known to play a role in mental and physical health, such as metabolism and memory, there is much that is still not well understood.


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