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Win a £130 Ultrasound Sleep Tracking Device

First let me say I’ve been using this for a month now and while it doesn’t necessarily improve my sleep, it tells me what I’m doing wrong. I think this is the biggest part of any sleep tracker. Telling you what you’re doing wrong and suggestions for ways in which you can make improvements. These are all essential parts of a sleep tracker for me and the S+ by ResMed does them in abundance. Not only does it use ultrasound to monitor my breathing and movements, which can I say is completely weird but OMG accurate. Win a S+ Sleep TrackerSo the guys over at Res Med have given me a Sleep Tracker to giveaway as a prize for one of my readers. It’s worth £130 and if you want to buy right now it’s on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/ResMed-22111-S-By/dp/B01CJU7W2W Click here for my initial reaction into the S+ I’m still writing my full Review as I keep getting better results from the accompanying app!

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  1. Sarah Luck Reply

    Honestly, about 4/5 hours, broken. I have an 18month old who does not sleep and I am 7 months pregnant…no chance!

  2. Lorraine Tinsley Reply

    Around 7 hours, but the last few days it has been less as my husband has a cold and is snoring very loudly!

  3. Jo Reply

    I get approx 6 hours which is nowhere near enough for me as by the end of the week I am always shattered

  4. Mrs D Reply

    about 6 hours, although i can imagine that is very quickly going to change as we have our first baby on the way in 6 weeks!

  5. Lesley Walsh Reply

    It varies, the earlier I go to bed the more often I wake up; so gradually getting later and later and averaging 6-7 hrs but not getting to sleep until 2am!

  6. Deborah Clarke Reply

    I suffer terribly from insomnia and gave to be up for work at 5am each morning so nowhere nesr enough . 4 – 5 hours tops if im lucky . I’m always tired.

  7. kayleigh robinson Reply

    Not enough! About 5-6 hours. I’m a really light sleeper and wake up at the slightest noise. ?

  8. Tina Glover Reply

    around 8 – 9 hours sleep…. we tend to go to bed fairly early but we are up at 6am… Im quite a light sleeper though so its sometimes broken sleep

  9. Jo Carroll Reply

    To be honest with both me and my partner working shifts and having a small child no night’s sleep is the same twice in a row.

  10. Helen Bradd Thurston Reply

    varies – between 6 – 8 hours usually (although every couple of months I seem to need a really early night)

  11. Sarah Elizabeth Dunne Reply

    Too much! I tend to go to bed early then get up at 8, then again I struggle to sleep at first due to gastric acid!

  12. Rosie Wilcock Reply

    I get very little sleep and lie awake all night only falling asleep to the dawn chorus. It’s so debilitating not having a proper nights sleep. I hope this is something that would help me change the hours of wakefulness

  13. Helen S Reply

    I try and get 8 hours but I don’t often achieve that, usually it’s between 6½-7 hours sleep, I do try and catch up on a weekend though.

  14. Angela Wassell Reply

    Not sure as I have a toddler who wakes andI am 7 months pregnant so have broken sleep most nights x

  15. Jade Leigh Reply

    Im not sure, I have trouble sleeping would be intresting to see how much sleep i do get though x

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