Has anyone used the zeo sleep gadget( http://www.myzeo.com/
)? Here is another article on it http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10263855-1.html
I have been using supplements like melatonin, bacopa, etc to help my sleep. I would be curious to use the zeo to test my sleep on certain supplements and compare to when I'm off or against others. I had a sleep study PSG, or polysomnography done a year ago to the tune of $ 2000. My insurance supposedly covered it and then fought me over it and never paid me for it. Although nowhere near as in depth as the PSG, if this gadget did anything for one tenth the cost of a PSG it would be worth it to me, and give me some feedback on what supplements/strategies do truly work. The PSG is only one night and it is very uncomfortable, so this gadget is exciting to track what's going on over a span of time.