According to Beddr, a health technology company, one billion people worldwide suffer from sleep apnea, a disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts during sleep, and even more suffer from poor quality sleep. This is why the California based company, founded in 2016 by a team of digital health entrepreneurs, launched SleepTuner, the first FDA-registered consumer sleep wearable, to help improve sleep quality. Designed to provide in-depth, personalised insights into your sleep quality, SleepTuner captures much of the same clinical data and accurately measures blood oxygen (SpO2), heart rate, sleep position and stopped breathing events. It then offers actionable recommendations on how to improve your sleep. “Poor quality sleep can lead to a greater risk of a variety of chronic conditions, like type 2 diabetes, hypertension and depression,” said Mike Kisch, CEO and co-founder of Beddr. “The key to better sleep is breathing, and SleepTuner provides access to insights on oxygen levels that cannot be found in traditional consumer sleep trackers. We aim to empower anyone to figure out the cause of their poor sleep within a few days in the privacy of their own home.” The Slee...