This band-aid like tracker could shed light on your insomnia | CNN Business

There are around 80 different kinds of sleep disorders, including insomnia, sleep apnea and restless leg syndrome, according to the Cleveland Clinic.But for doctors to diagnose most of them, patients usually need to go to a clinic and undergo a sleep study. Typically, a technician tapes or glues dozens of sensors to the patient’s head and body. The sensors are connected by wires to a computer, which sends data to the technician, who monitors the patient from a nearby room. Israeli startup X-trodes is hoping to change that. Founded in 2020, the company has developed a sleep tracker fitted with tiny sensors that sticks to the skin like a

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