Pear Therapeutics launches Somryst for chronic insomnia

Somryst is the only FDA-authorized prescription digital therapeutic for the treatment of chronic insomnia.

Sleeprate, Garmin team-up to help users train and sleep better

As a result of the deal, users will get a deeper and more accurate look at how physical performance and sleep are related.
Beddr SleepTuner

Beddr launches precision sleep health solution for employers

The solution includes an FDA-listed sleep wearable with improved data and insights, expert-led sleep coaching and sleep physician telemedicine network.
Philips NightBalance

Philips launches NightBalance to increase therapy options for positional obstructive sleep apnea patients

The mobile-connected, clinically-validated sleep position treatment provides an easy-to-use alternative for positional obstructive sleep apnea patients.
Dreem 2

Dreem 2 aims to tackle sleep problems at scale

It is a holistic, non-invasive solution, which includes an FDA-registered medical device to help users address their problems and improve their sleep.
Sleepfit goals on dacadoo

dacadoo integrates sleep goals, powered by Sleepfit

Sleepfit will provide content to dacadoo's platform, using sleep goals to improve the user's quantity and quality of sleep within up to four weeks.
Beddit 3 sleep monitor

Apple Beddit sleep monitor clears the FCC

The first Apple-branded sleep tracking device may be around the corner; it will likely be an incremental update, mind you.
Sleep Number and NFL partnership

Sleep Number, NFL team-up to help players get more sleep, improve performance

Under the multi-year partnership, Sleep Number has also been named the Official Sleep and Wellness Partner of the NFL.
Nokia Sleep

Nokia Sleep announced at CES

The sleep sensor is placed under the mattress from where it can track sleep cycles, and return back results to the Nokia Health Mate app.
MIT sleep signals

MIT researchers looking to wirelessly monitor sleep patterns

The setup includes a device that beams radio waves off a sleeping subject while changes in the body are detected when they bounce back.