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  • Ayo is a sleep-hacking wearable
  • Ayo is a sleep-hacking wearable
    Evan Blaser (2011) ©
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Ayo is a sleep-hacking wearable

Are you tired of being busy? Or simply too busy to be tired? Either way, time-intensive work all too often comes at the expense of precious sleep. We can’t all be part of the ‘sleepless elite’ and thrive on a meagre four-hour kip, but new wearable tech could help burn the candle at both ends. 

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