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Text2Calm - A Sleep #CalmingTech

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  • 1. Insights from 3-Day Sleep @frankc research Intervention www  7 graduate students (87% of invited) set their own bed times with an SMS notification to "Go to Sleep!"  Instructed to sleep more than 7.5 hrs  Sleep did not increase significantly (66% slept at least 7.5%), but restfulness increased for sleep. In fact, a short sleeper slept for 7.5 hrs for 3 days (had not slept this much in years)!  Surprisingly, people did not sleep at trigger, but the SMS raised awareness of sleep behaviors.  Future work: Apply this self-notification methodology to meditation practicesFrank Chen- Txt2Calm: Insights a Sleep Study
  • 2. @frankc Research www Find out more?  Research : www.designmindfulness.com  Twitter : @frankc / #CalmingTech  Personal : www.frankc.netFrank Chen- Txt2Calm: Insights a Sleep Study

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