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  • Make your bed a sleep tracker
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Make your bed a sleep tracker

More than 50 million Americans have chronic sleep disorders, and many of them turn to sleep tracking to encourage better habits. But they're not always comfortable to sleep in. Beddit is offering a mattress monitor instead.

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