“Sleep-tracking features of smartwatches and fitness trackers are raising consumer awareness about lack of sleep. 42pc of consumers in US broadband households are concerned their health will worsen due to poor sleep quality,” said Jennifer Kent, director of research quality and product development at Parks Associates.
“Still, once a consumer understands their sleep patterns, then the issue becomes, what to do about it? Most consumers have not brought up these concerns with their doctors, but many state they would be willing to see a doctor if sleep tech detected a problem with their sleep patterns.”
From the article "Amazon patents floating warehouses to cater for drone delivery" by Colm Gorey.