Personalized sleep training plan adjusted to the user needs
Integrates with FitBit, Garmin, Apple Watch, Oura, and more
Qualified human support and guidance
Referral for detection and treatment of Sleep Apnea
Customized to the organization's needs
Single access point for multiple
Organizational analytics & insights
Ongoing clinical trial in collaboration with researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School to examine the effectiveness of the dayzz solution in a large community-based population.
Developed and validated a Digital Sleep Questionnaire (DSQ) to identify common sleep disturbances, based on Machine Learning algorithms trained and validated with high sensitivity and good accuracy. Read the paper.
Clinical trial at the Carmel Medical Center Sleep Disorders Clinic. Results indicate that using the dayzz app is associated with an increase of nightly CPAP use by an average of 30 minutes per night.
Director, Sleep Disorders Clinic, Northern District, Clalit Medical Services, Israel
Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.
Scientific Advisor, dayzz
Head of Sleep Lab at Rambam Medical Center, Associate Professor at the Technion Institute of Technology, Scientific Advisor, Dayzz
Inadequate sleep is an underlying issue for many chronic conditions such as hypertension, heart attack & stroke, weight gain & obesity, and mental disorders.
Improved decision making skills, consistent job performance, and burnout prevention
Sleep Deprivation US annual cost (GDP terms) is $400B. Insomnia US annual cost is $100B and unmanaged Sleep Apnea cost is over $150B.
Sleepy workers are 70 percent more likely to be involved in accidents than their well rested co-workers.