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Jan-Geert Munneke on Tracking Snoring and Sleep

Jan-Geert Munneke has had an issue with snoring for quite a while. He started off his self-tracking journey by tracking his snoring with the Snore Lab app. Having this data led him to think about how he could understand what was going on while he was sleeping. So, he decided to incorporate more sensors to better track his sleep. In this talk, from our 2013 Quantified Self Europe Conference, Jan-Geert describes what he found from combining data from different devices and how it’s inspired him to think about how he could track other aspects of his sleep.

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Jules Goldberg on Quantified Snoring

Jules Goldberg is a snorer, and estimates that he has spent 1/8th of his life snoring. The noise was bothering his wife, so he built an app called SnoreLab to quantify his snoring (mild, loud, or epic?) and help him reduce it. In the video below, Jules shares how he identified where his snoring was coming from, remedies he tried, and which ones made it better and worse. (Filmed by the London QS Show&Tell meetup group.)

SnoreLab from Ken Snyder on Vimeo.

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