What does your brain do at night... Interested to know?
By placing this high-tech sensor on your chin, we are able to read the movements caused by the brain's control centers at night, those are not even visible to the eye. These movements are the result of contraction of the muscles that provide stability to the upper respiratory tract. They are a reliable indicator of how the brain regulates breathing and sleep.
The activity observed is produced by deep and primitive functioning of human brain. It is directly driven by the brain stem.
Through the latest hardware and software technologies, Sunrise maximizes the potential of this signal. This powerful association between the signal and the technology has been clinically proven on 400 people. The results present unique performances in the detection of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
brings sleep science to the
tip of your chin.