I Tried to Hack My Insomnia With Technology. Here’s What Worked.

Fancy trackers and headbands are all part of a growing sleep-tech industry. I decided to put them to the test.

MIT Technology Review
Oct 9 · 9 min read
Illustration of a person wearing pajamas, holding a huge phone attached to a net, trying to capture floating yellow Z’s.
Illustration of a person wearing pajamas, holding a huge phone attached to a net, trying to capture floating yellow Z’s.
Illustration: Rose Wong

By Charlotte Jee

I stopped sleeping when I was 18.

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