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Zeo Personal Sleep Manager
- Zeo tells you how you really sleep, and helps you find ways to improve your sleep
- Accurately measure your sleep quality and sleep quanity at home
- Discover factors that are stealing your deep, rem & total sleep
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- Brand Name: Zeo
- Model Number: Model-ZEOBP01
- Item Height: 4 inches
- Item Length: 7.5 inches
- Item Weight: 2.45 pounds
Your quality of sleep is central to your quality of life. zeo is designed to help you analyze your sleep and improve it, so you can be your best every day. zeo tells you how you really sleep, and helps you find ways to improve your sleep. it's composed of a lightweight wireless headband, a bedside display, a set of analytical online tools, and an email-based personalized coaching program.
Your quality of sleep is central to your quality of life. Zeo is designed to help you analyze your sleep and improve it, so you can be your best every day. Zeo tells you how you really sleep, and helps you find ways to improve your sleep. It's composed of a lightweight wireless headband, a bedside display, a set of analytical online tools, and an email-based personalized coaching program.
The Zeo Bedside Display puts last night's sleep data at your fingertips and will store up to two weeks of data for easy viewing.
Sleep With Zeo
Step 1: Wear the Zeo Headband
You begin by wearing the Zeo Headband each night. The headband uses our patent-pending SoftWave sensor technology to accurately and safely measure your unique sleep patterns through the electrical signals naturally produced by the brain. As you pass through different levels of sleep--lighter to deeper and back again--the Zeo Headband tracks how you are sleeping.
Step 2: Review Your Sleep Data on the Bedside Display
The Zeo Bedside Display puts last night's sleep data at your fingertips and will store up to two weeks of data for easy viewing. When you wake up, it gives you a personal sleep score - your ZQ - and shows a graph of your Light, Deep and REM sleep over the course of the night. The bedside display will also present you with information about last night's sleep and how it compares to previous nights. The optional SmartWake alarm feature will look for a "natural awakening point" based on your sleep patterns to decrease the grogginess associated with waking from Deep sleep. When SmartWake is selected, Zeo will find a time to wake you within a half-hour of your set time, never later. The result should be a slightly easier way to wake up
The Zeo Headband accurately and safely measured your unique sleep patterns.
Easily upload all of your sleep information to the myZeo Personal Coaching website, and begin to spot trends in your sleep that you have never been able to see before.
Using Zeo's online tools, you can begin to understand how your ZQ and morning feel scores change from night to night.
See Sleep Data
Step 3: Upload and View Your Sleep Data
Your personal sleep discovery doesn't stop with the bedside display! The Zeo Bedside Display allows you to store your sleep information on an SD memory card (like the memory cards used with digital cameras). With your SD card and its USB adapter, you can easily upload all of your sleep information to the myZeo Personal Coaching website, and begin to spot trends in your sleep that you have never been able to see before.
Uncover the links between how you live--including exercise, diet, stress, and environment--and how you sleep. Available both online and on paper, your Zeo Sleep Journal allows you to record lifestyle, environmental, and consumption factors that can disrupt your sleep. You'll learn about the 7 Sleep Stealers and how much they can affect your sleep data each night. You can also define your own lifestyle factors to record. The more sleep stealers you track, the more insights you'll find about how your actions may be affecting your Sleep Fitness.
Using Zeo's online tools, you can begin to understand how your ZQ and morning feel scores change from night to night. You'll also spot any connections between your daily lifestyle choices and your nightly sleep and find out for yourself some of the cause and effect patterns in your sleep.
A sleep graph shows how much time you spent in Deep sleep, in Light sleep, in REM sleep, and awake.
The Cause & Effect Tool helps you explore how your lifestyle may be affecting your sleep quality.
Sleep Fitness Assessments help you track your progress in each step.
Step 4: Start Your 7 Step Sleep Fitness Program, Your Personal Guide to a Better Night's Sleep
The 7 Step Sleep Fitness Program is a guided self-discovery process for your sleep. This personalized sleep coaching program asks you to set goals for your sleep and then provides you with customized strategies to help you to achieve these goals. In addition, you can learn more about the latest sleep research, and receive recommendations on how to track the items that are most beneficial for you. Through this program, you'll experience the power of seeing your own sleep data and learn about which factors may be affecting your sleep. You will have full control over the program to skip, repeat or start-over any step you wish. Special features of the program include:
- A series of personalized e-mails that incorporate effective sleep tips and advice, customized to your sleep data, lifestyle and goals.
- A customized action plan to deal with each of the 7 Sleep Stealers as they relate to you and your sleep.
- Goal-oriented assignments that are realistic and achievable, and will not require you to drastically rearrange your lifestyle or even your sleep style.
- Positive, supportive, and easy to understand suggestions and exercises, in everyday language that is easy to follow.
- The Zeo Sleep Information Center is an online library for sleep information and science. In addition to offering another kind of self-guided, personal coaching tool, you can use the Sleep Information Center to discover what sleep is, and why it's important.
Zeo Reveals How You Really Sleep.
Without Zeo, sleep is a mystery.
Are you getting the restorative Deep and REM sleep you need to be your best? How long does it really take you to fall asleep? It's practically impossible to accurately gauge your sleep quality and pinpoint which factors affect it. Everyone's sleep is different, and there's no one-size-fits-all solution for getting a better night's rest.
Zeo scores your sleep quantity and quality.
Imagine knowing both the quality of your sleep and the reasons behind it. Every morning, Zeo will tell you your ZQ--a number that summarizes your sleep's quantity and quality--and lots of other information about your sleep. If you can measure it, you can improve it.
For the first time, you can visualize your sleep.
Using Zeo's included web-based tools, you can easily see exactly how--or whether--you slept through the night.
Zeo Helps You Improve Your Sleep.
See what's stealing your sleep.
Zeo Personal Sleep Coach will help you understand and minimize the factors that negatively affect sleep, so you can take control of your nights. You can use the visual web-based tools to see trends and cause-and-effect patterns.
Get personalized sleep coaching.
Sign up for the 7 Step Sleep Fitness Program to receive recommendations and actions plans tailored to you and your sleep. Zeo will help you get the most from your sleep so you can be your best.
What's in the BoxZeo Bedside Display, Zeo Headband, Context Wheel, Power Adapter, SD Memory Card, Card Reader, Getting Started Guide, Headband Basics Guide, Meet Zeo Reference Manual, Sleep Journal
Top Customer Reviews
This clock has several good ringers and the sleep analysis feels accurate. The screen can be dimmed enough to not wake you during the night. When it does wake me, I don't feel magically refreshed and ready to spring out of bed, but I suspect that's more my fault then the clock.
The clock has several shortcomings which keep it from being truly great:
1) The pads on the headband have a finite lifespan and replacements may be hard to come by now that Zeo is out of business.
2) The device lacks any sort of wireless connectivity, so you have to drag the SD card back and forth between your night stand and computer to get at the data.
3) There is no nap function. I'd love to be able to press a button and have it automatically wake me after a proper power nap, but that's just not an option.
4) With Zeo all but dead, don't expect any updates to the firmware or support from the manufacturer.
So, for the techno-geek like me, get the bedside. It's useful.
For the non-techno-geek, probably you reading this, in my data analysis I am finding (at least for me) that the Zeo's Sleep Score *is* correlated with my performance (I have independent performance tests I run on myself, like response time).
Regarding headband range, I have the base station downstairs in my data analysis lab and I sleep upstairs, pretty much directly above, with no data loss. If I go beyond the rated range or so, it does drop signal.
The bedside unit and the Zeo website for tracking your numbers are well designed. I can tell they spent a lot of time making sure things work properly.
I have no complaints, the Zeo Bedside works within reasonable expectations, and provides me much more value than the price.
+ Comes with a nice digital clock, dimmable, clear display, stylish.
+ Head sensor is comfortable and adjustable, not nearly as big an issue as I was afraid it would be.
+ SD card transfer of data from the clock unit to computer worked great! Very easy.
+ Cute graphs of four different sleep categories: awake, REM, light sleep, deep sleep.
- Accuracy. I find it inaccurate for waking vs. REM time, which makes me doubt its accuracy for the other characteristics. But there's no way for me to verify or evaluate it...
- Head sensor, though comfortable, won't fit the biggest heads. I have a 7-3/4 hat size (at least from motorcycle helmets) and the sensor band is adjusted as far out as it can go. It would be uncomfortable on a larger head.
- Buttons on the clock are a little confusing despite some nice labels & cues. I always go the wrong way when trying to type in the kind of sleep I had, for example.
As mentioned above, the technology isn't 100% accurate. For some small subset of people it won't work at all. For others, I imagine the 85% accuracy rule holds. Despite this, it's a pretty neat gadget. It does a good job of tracking exactly how long I sleep, and (more or less) how quickly I fall asleep. The headband is wireless and recharges every day, and I've had no problems with data recording.
The unit comes with a USB card reader to transfer the data to your computer, and/or upload it to the myzeo.com web site, where you can get some cute graphs of your sleep patterns, as well as a 'sleep coach' which I largely ignore.
If I knew what i knew now about it, I still would buy it, but would be more satisfied up front. Make sure you read up on the manufacturer's website about accuracy before you invest in it yourself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked well. Company gone but I'm hoping a new one will make a more accurate device.Read more
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