System and Methods For Sleep Optimization

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This invention describes a system and methods for helping an individual determine how much sleep is optimal for them and what time they should go to sleep based on specific outcome or outcomes of interest like mood, work performance, blood pressure, etc. This approach uses an individual's sleep data to help calibrate/optimize their sleep so that they can perform optimally relative to their outcome(s) of interest.


Modern societies are facing challenges in achieving adequate sleep and experiencing a variety of sleep disturbances and it is difficult to known how much sleep each individual needs. This technology allows users to not only maximize the duration of their sleep but also to optimize their sleep based on individualized metrics.



  • Sleep medicine
  • Fitness and wellbeing
  • Home healthcare
  • Patient monitoring
  • Communications
  • Workforce management
  • Sports healthcare



  • Reliable, accurate and easy to use
  • Tailored to real-world metrics
Patent Information:
Contact For More Information:
Lewis Humphreys
Licensing Manager, Eller College of Mngmt & OTT
The University of Arizona
Lead Inventor(s):
Michael Grandner
Michael Perlis