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Hypknowledge is unique in that it is not intended for individuals with sleep disorders or sleep complaints. Instead, its functionality is geared toward allowing average to good sleepers to achieve better sleep. This app provides data-driven insights and recommendations to help people get their most, best sleep. It was developed to allow people to make better use of the data that they obtain from tracking their sleep (whether the data is obtained by sleep diaries, wearable devices, or some combination). Although some individuals may be content to simply obtain sleep information as an end goal, we believe that this wealth of information may also be used for the purpose determining if each individual can achieve, and benefit from, more sleep. We hope you will find it useful. Sleep well.
The Hypknowledge Sleep Tracker keeps track of your sleep so you don't have to.
Built for tons of Data
Hypknowledge let's you gather sleep data that can be stored in a database and easily summarized in a user-friendly way.
Robust Data flow
an online sleep diary for anyone who wishes to record, analyse, and improve their sleep quality in an easy to use, and manageable fashion.
The Hypknowledge engine allows for various forms of sleep data acquisition through iOS, Android, and Fitbit wearables.
Automatically syncs with your Fitbit profile, making data acquisition and recording a breeze.
Systematic Sleep Time Extension (SSTE) is for people who suspect that they need more sleep, but are unsure how best to achieve this in a way that is feasible, safe, and will fit their lives.
Individualized cloud data
SSTE is unique in that it will produce results based on your own individual data and needs.
The way this works is that your average weekly sleep data (via the Hypknowledge tracker, or wearable device) is reviewed each week and a tailored recommendation is made regarding what sleep schedule you should adopt the following week to achieve more sleep.
The weekly recommendation will be available on the web site dashboard, and via any or all the notification methods you selected.
Each week, your sleep schedule (best times to go to bed and to wake up) may be increased, decreased, or may remain the same. This process will not always proceed in a straight line.
Power in numbers
Your sleep can be variable with numerous influences that can affect each week. Therefore, to hone in on your best amount of time in bed, week to week may feel a bit like “two steps forward and then one step back”.
We ask that you remain patient with this, but rest assured, this will only continue until it is determined that you have maximized the amount of sleep you are able to generate on a regular basis. Hypknowledge will guide you to the amount of time spent in bed sleep that is best for you each and every night to achieve the most sleep you can without that risk of insomnia.
Answer: While there are many devices and programs to track sleep, few are based on Sleep Science and fewer still gather and utilize sleep data in a systematic and programmatic way. Only Hypknowledge has an individualized approach to helping you to obtain the most sleep you can achieve in the most efficient way. The approach we use is tailored to you using your sleep data and has grown out of programmatic behavioral sleep medicine research that has been gathered over the last 20 years. This wealth of study means that you can be sure that the process is tried and true and has been subject to years of scientific scrutiny.
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Answer: The recommended time in bed is based on the most recent data on your sleep that you provide us with. It represents the amount of time that we believe that you should spend in bed each night in order to achieve the most sleep you can for this week in the most efficient way. The suggested bed and wake times are one possible way to get the recommended time in bed. These times are also based on your data and represent what your average schedule has been for this week. Therefore, they represent what we consider to be the best most reliable times to get the amount of sleep we believe will work for you this week. That said, we understand that life is not always exact. As the saying goes… Stuff happens. So, if there are days when the times we suggest do not work for you for whatever reason, please feel free to choose other bed and wake times. The important thing is to try as best you can to only be in bed for the recommended amount of time. For example, you may have a recommended time in bed this week of 7.5 hours and suggested bed and wake times of 11pm to 6:30am. However, if you cannot do 11-6:30, then it is reasonable to shift the schedule to 10:30 to 6:00, 10 to 5:30, 11:30 to 7, or any other bed and wake times that still have you in bed for no more or no less than 7.5 hours. The more closely you adhere to the recommended time in bed for the week, the better we can assess how well that amount of time works for you to achieve the best amount of sleep for you based on the previous week’s data. If you demonstrate in the next week that you can obtain that amount of sleep, then your recommended time in bed will be increased by 15 minutes to see if you can achieve that amount of sleep. In this way, we can help you to safely and efficiently expand your opportunity for sleep and hence the total amount of sleep you can get.
Answer: Presently, Hypknowledge can stream data from Fitbit sleep monitors. All that you need do is enable the function. To do so, simply check the check boxes on your User page (See Integrations button on the menu bar).