Hot flashes waking you up at night? The Embr Wave is a promising new technology that we have shown can help sleep.
It’s gettin’ hot in here
Body temperature, or thermoregulation, is an important consideration in establishing the right conditions for you to achieve better sleep. At Somn, we have been studying sleep during menopause (Walters 2019); a shockingly overlooked area. 70 percent of women going through menopause experience hot flashes, and they can last for 11 years or even more!
Technology companies have ignored this problem, leaving you to deal with it through undesirable options like hormonal treatments, messy ice packs, and gels that you need to store in a freezer. And men can experience night sweats as well! Diet, stress, spicy foods, alcohol, and caffeine have been associated with causing night sweats in men.
Embr Wave Bracelet: why we like it
The science behind Embr Wave is compelling. The bracelet works naturally with your body and mind. Science shows that cooling or warming one spot on your body can improve your overall comfort without changing your core temperature.
In a study conducted in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Innovation and published in Behavior Sleep Medicine, two thirds of participants reported improved control over thermal comfort, hot flashes, and sleep quality.
Details on the Ember Wave
Using the Wave is simple. Just press the blue side for cooling or the red side for warming. Connect to the Wave Mobile App to personalize your experience and receive continuous improvements.
- Adjustable to fit all wrist sizes
- Natural and safe science
- Free U.S. shipping
- Risk-free 30-day returns
- Payment plan option
The Ember wave is a step on your journey towards better sleep. Start now.
J Composto, et al. (2019, December). Thermal Comfort Intervention for Hot-flash Related Insomnia Symptoms in Perimenopausal and Postmenopausal-aged Women: An Exploratory Study. Behavioral Sleep Medicine.
J Composto, et al. (2019, December). Thermal comfort intervention for hot-flash related insomnia in menopausal-aged women: A pilot study. In Menopause- The Journal of the North American Menopause Society 26(12) 1480.
RM Walters et al. (2019, April). Sleep Problems and Solutions in Perimenopausal and Menopausal Women. In SLEEP 42.
RW Walters et al. (2019, December). Relationship of hot flashes with sleep quality and daytime functioning in perimenopausal and menopausal women. In Menopause- The Journal of the North American Menopause Society 26(12) 1452.
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