SleepHub®, the groundbreaking product developed by Cambridge Sleep Sciences, is now available in Australia.
SleepHub® uses exclusive and cutting-edge neuroscience and sound technology, the result of more than 10 years of research and development, to retrain the brain to sleep better.
Sleep has never been so disrupted given our busy lifestyles. “Nearly a quarter of adults report that their typical routine does not allow them to get enough sleep, with this figure rising to around 30 per cent in the prime working ages of 18 to 44 years of age.” (Professor Robert Adams, Professor Gary Wittert, and Dr Sarah Appleton).1 The Covid-19 pandemic has further impacted our sleeping patterns with national research conducted by Medibank, finding that 1 in 4 Australians (an estimated 5 million people) reported changes to their sleep patterns during the pandemic.2
SleepHub® is the first sleep product from Cambridge Sleep Sciences. Users are helped to achieve quality, natural sleep through scientifically formulated sounds, delivered using a pair of premium speakers. Specific beats and pulses are used to modulate sleep patterns and emulate brain activity that occurs during healthy sleep cycles. With repeated and regular use of SleepHub® your brain can learn to sleep well again.
Dr Julian Stone, CEO, Cambridge Sleep Sciences said:
“With increasingly demanding lifestyles and everyday worries, the brain can gradually fall out of sync with natural sleep cycles. By understanding the science behind a good night’s sleep, we have been able to develop a product that helps the brain return to those natural sleep cycles and improve health and wellbeing.”
SleepHub® provides a simple and easy way to improve natural sleep quality. It has been created for those who want to improve their sleep for better physical and mental performance or overcome sleep problems, like insomnia and sleep anxiety.
The SleepHub® technology is tested and proven. An independent study of the SleepHub® involving participants with at least 3 months history of insomnia saw the following outcomes: 92% of them saw a positive improvement with, on average per night, 155 minutes more time asleep, 76 minutes less time awake, and 55% reduction in the number of times waking up.