Lack of Sleep is most common in adults and psychiatric patients. Varying studies from a global perspective find that the prevalence of sleep deprivation is evident in about 30 percent of the world’s population - with some countries registering cases as high as 50 to 60 percent.
Sleep Analysis Graph - World Economic Forum
Among the many pressing problems that comes with ongoing sleep deprivation, includes long-term health conditions like heart disease and failures, weak immune system, high blood pressure, kidney disease, depression, diabetes, obesity.
While sleep is understood to be necessary for the mental and physiological well-being of the human body, revolutionizing the industry into a rewards earning protocol is an angle that has not been explored till now. Notably, no project on the blockchain has addressed the problems that the Sleep Ecosystem is looking to tackle.
Current solutions to the rising insomnia problem
The areas of growth are expanding each year, with the market for relevant tech products in the industry limited to various app and wearable device segments. There are a couple of existing sleep-related apps that are accessible in the open marketplace and largely from the App Stores that can be identified - and we have reviewed them accordingly.
Existing Sleeping Tools
There are several sleep-related tools in the market. They offer fundamentally weak solutions that people can use for sleep tracking. At the moment, there are multiple sleep ap ps available: SleepScore, White Noise and others. However, none of these apps has been able to develop a communitarian reward scheme and bring innovative solutions to truly enhance users’ sleep quality and quantity.
The prevalence of insomnia presented by sex and age groups - ResearchGate