Nanit has created the world’s top in-home infant sleep monitoring device. Our algorithms were developed in collaboration with the world’s top pediatric sleep researchers to provide families the most accurate sleep information about their babies.
Our cameras are also used by researchers around the world who want a non-invasive way to collect longitudinal sleep data on subjects without any discomfort to the baby or effort by the parent.
Nanit is a simple, reliable, inexpensive way to collect sleep data.
Parents who telecommuted during the pandemic were more rested during the day because their babies got more sleep at night.
As the world transitions from pandemic lockdowns, paediatric sleep experts have found some pluses of working from home, including more sleep for babies and less daytime drowsiness for parents.
Flinders University partners with Nanit to understand how the pandemic impacted the sleep of U.S. infants and the larger role parent behavior has on perceived infant sleep problems
The effects of screens on children's sleep have been a focus of public health concern for decades. With screen time on the rise due to the coronavirus pandemic there is renewed attention on its impact on children and babies. A new study that will be published in an upcoming issue of SLEEP, found that infants as young as 3-months old may be more vulnerable to the effects of touchscreens. Screens may cause a disruption to their sleep-wake rhythms, with age playing a substantial role in the relationship between the type of screen exposure and sleep.
Flinders University partners with Nanit to understand how infant sleep affects the whole family
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