We all know that waking up is a lot harder than falling asleep – but now, we may be able to harness the wonders of technology to help us along the way.
And how? Well, by analysing typical sleep patterns to count backwards and work out the exact time we should be going to bed – meaning we’ll wake up at a point in the sleep cycle where we find it easier to return to consciousness.
While most smartphones and fitness trackers contain a function that tells us when we need to start getting ready for bed, it’s very easy to ignore those warnings when we’re smack-bang in the middle of a Netflix binge.
So it’s probably best to work out the time for ourselves and have it in our head in advance – and that’s the logic behind this nifty little sleep calculator that’s been put together by the good folks over at web-blinds.com.
It factors in the nature of our 90-minute sleep cycles to give us not only one optimal bedtime, but four – so, factoring in the average 14 minutes it takes to get to sleep, if you want to get up at 8am, then your best times to hit the hay would be 10:46pm, 12:16am, 1:46am or 3:16am.
|Size||Dimensions||Delivery Box Size||Delivery Weight|
|Single||90 cm x 190 cm||40cm x 40cm x 170cm||23 Kg|
|EU Single||90 cm x 200 cm||40cm x 40cm x 170cm||24 Kg|
|Double||135 cm x 190 cm||40cm x 40cm x 170cm||29 Kg|
|EU Double||140 cm x 200 cm||40cm x 40cm x 170cm||33 Kg|
|King||150 cm x 200 cm||40cm x 40cm x 170cm||43 Kg|
|EU King||160 cm x 200 cm||40cm x 40cm x 170cm||43 Kg|
|Super King||180 cm x 200 cm||40cm x 40cm x 200cm||67 Kg|
|Emperor||200 cm x 200 cm||40cm x 40cm x 200cm||73 Kg|