smart sleep mask: Intelclinic, winner of the #leweb 13 startup competition

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You know the feeling: You didn't get a good night's sleep and you're struggling to stay awake. You've got a load of work to do but you just can't focus. It's easy to see the correlation between good sleep and productive work. But how can you improve your sleep? I met Kamil Adamczyk, winner of the Leweb13 start-up competition with his company called Intelclinic.

intelclinic: measuring your sleep is the first step to improving it

According to Kamil Adamczyk from Intelclinic, gathering data about the way you sleep is the first step to getting more effective sleep. Kamil explains how this works with his brainwave-monitoring sleep mask.

Glenn Le Santo

Glenn Le Santo
Glenn Le Santo

Editor in Chief, International, at Orange Business. I'm in charge of our International website and the English language blogs at Orange Business. In my spare time I'm literally captain of my own ship, spending my time on the wonderful rivers and canals of England.