The Science Behind Harmful Sleep
Supine (back) sleep and snoring are both serious pregnancy health risks
Hidden danger: only 13% of women go to bed supine, but over 50% end up spending at least 1.5 hours supine each night and over 80% spend some time supine.
Women with pronounced snoring and sleep apnea during pregnancy are twice as likely to develop preeclampsia.
Preeclampsia (a complication observed in 7-9% of pregnant women that causes high blood pressure, kidney damage, and other problems) is the leading known cause of pre-term birth and is also associated with 2x risk of autism.
Pregnancy Coach System Helps Reduce Back Sleep
Woman in Left Sided, OB recommended, sleep position.
Our smart wearable sensor vibrates when you have been in a dangerous position for too long.
Easy-to-use app lets you see your sleep patterns and adjust alarm settings.
Woman in Left Sided, OB recommended, sleep position. Easy-to-use app lets you see your sleep patterns and adjust alarm settings.