Zeo (Link Bibliography)

“Zeo” links:

  1. #melatonin

  2. #one-legged-standing

  3. #vitamin-d

  4. Potassium#potassium-day-use

  5. Potassium#potassium-morning-use

  6. #alcohol

  7. #timing

  8. #lithium

  9. #redshift-flux

  10. #zma

  11. Console-Insurance

  12. https://writings.stephenwolfram.com/2012/03/the-personal-analytics-of-my-life/

  13. https://www.amazon.com/New-Kind-Science-Stephen-Wolfram/dp/1579550088/

  14. https://www.technologyreview.com/news/514356/stephen-wolfram-on-personal-analytics/

  15. https://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/29/technology/nike-fuelband-tracks-physical-activity-inconsistently.html

  16. https://nealstephenson.com/news/2015/03/09/notes-on-416-days-of-treadmill-desk-usage/

  17. http://deming.org/index.cfm?content=653

  18. https://www.mobihealthnews.com/20772/exclusive-sleep-coach-company-zeo-is-shutting-down/

  19. https://www.amazon.com/Zeo-ZEO301-Sleep-Manager-Pro/dp/B008I20LJ2/

  20. http://web.archive.org/web/20130515062508/http://www.myzeo.com/sleep/validation

  21. 2008-wright-1.pdf

  22. 2009-fabregas.mht

  23. 2009-blake.pdf

  24. 2009-shambroom.pdf

  25. 2012-shambroom.pdf

  26. https://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2012/768794/

  27. 2013-tonetti.pdf: “Polysomnographic validation of a wireless dry headband technology for sleep monitoring in healthy young adults”⁠, Lorenzo Tonetti, Nicola Cellini, Massimiliano de Zambotti, Marco Fabbri, Monica Martoni, Stephan E. Fábregas, Luciano Stegagno, Vincenzo Natale

  28. ⁠, Griessenberger, H. Heib, D. P J. Kunz, A. B Hoedlmoser, K. Schabus, M (2013):

    Purpose: Classically, professional assessment of sleep is done in the sleep laboratory using whole-night polysomnography (PSG). However, given a misbalance between accredited sleep laboratories and the large amount of patients suffering from sleep disorders, only few receive appropriate diagnostic assessment. Recently, some low-cost home sleep scoring systems have been proposed, yet such systems are rarely tested scientifically. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the staging accuracy of the home sleep scoring system Zeo (Newton, MA, USA).

    Methods: A final sample of 21 nights from ten subjects (aged 23–45) was digitally recorded with PSG as well as with the Zeo system. We compared scorings of Zeo (on an epoch-be-epoch basis) with the Somnolyzer 24 × 7 (an automatic staging algorithm), expert scorers as well as the freeware SleepExplorer.

    Results: It was revealed that Zeo shows moderate overall agreement as compared to our study standard Somnolyzer 24 × 7 (κ = 0.56). The most obvious performance difference between Zeo and both other scoring approaches was stage wake (sleep onset latency + wake after sleep onset). While Zeo detected only 40.8% of the study standard wake epochs, 70.1% were detected by the expert scorers and 83.4% by the SleepExplorer, respectively.

    Conclusions: Data suggest that the Zeo system produces acceptable sleep scoring for stage REM, light and deep sleep, with a specific weakness in correctly detecting waking periods.

  29. 2014-cellini.pdf

  30. 2014-kosmadopoulos.pdf

  31. http://sleep.cs.brown.edu/comparison/

  32. http://www.healthyobsessions.net/2010/11/fitbit-zeo-sleep-cycle-1/

  33. http://vimeo.com/28735982

  34. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/sleep-tips_b_4792760

  35. http://sleepingwithtechnology.com/2013/04/09/speaking-quantified-self-conference-amsterdam-may-11-12-2013/

  36. http://web.archive.org/web/20130528120222/http://blog.myzeo.com/sleeping-round-the-clock-a-polyphasic-experiment/

  37. Melatonin

  38. Modafinil

  39. Nootropics#huperzine-a

  40. https://www.amazon.com/4-Hour-Body-Uncommon-Incredible-Superhuman/dp/030746363X/

  41. DNB-FAQ

  42. http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/news/4264/can-we-be-awake-and-asleep-same-time

  43. https://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/17/magazine/mag-17Sleep-t.html

  44. https://www.lesswrong.com/posts/p7CrByygeAqomsJqy/optimizing-sleep?commentId=9cSYAXPWstWrrT49J

  45. https://sethroberts.net2011/03/22/effect-of-one-legged-standing-on-sleep/

  46. http://www.aleph.se/andart/archives/2007/11/the_early_bird_gets_the_caffeine_pill.html

  47. https://www.lesswrong.com/r/discussion/lw/h2m/solved_problems_repository/8ol7

  48. http://web.archive.org/web/20120628120817/http://blog.myzeo.com/sleep-forgetting-to-remember-to-forget/

  49. Modus

  50. http://archive.ahrq.gov/downloads/pub/evidence/pdf/meditation/medit.pdf

  51. https://www.amazon.com/Modern-Japanese-Diaries-Donald-Keene/dp/0231114435/

  52. http://web.archive.org/web/20121203132823/http://blog.myzeo.com/smartwake-a-different-way-to-wake-up/

  53. http://web.archive.org/web/20120605135712/http://www.myzeo.com/sleep/shop/zeo-accessories/zeo-bedside-headband-sensor-replacement-kit-x-3.html

  54. Nootropics

  55. http://www.flickr.com/photos/eokgnah/5489407407/

  56. https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Replacement-Zeo-Sleep-Monitor-Headband-Sensor/

  57. http://web.archive.org/web/20120107073301/http://www.myzeo.com/sleep/node/594

  58. https://www.amazon.com/Ten20-EEG-Conductive-Paste-Tube/dp/B002R16OUK

  59. https://forum.quantifiedself.com/thread-zeo-shutting-down-export-your-data?pid=3412#pid3412

  60. https://www.lesswrong.com/posts/XYA9nBud8joDjTy86/case-study-melatonin

  61. #melatonin-data

  62. 2011-zeo-melatonin.csv

  63. 2013-zeo-exportdatasheet.pdf: “Zeo_DataDownload™_Help_Sheet”⁠, Emily Tata

  64. 2012-kruschke.pdf: ⁠, John J. Kruschke (2013-01-01; statistics  /​ ​​ ​bayes):

    Bayesian estimation for 2 groups provides complete distributions of credible values for the ⁠, group means and their difference, standard deviations and their difference, and the normality of the data. The method handles outliers. The decision rule can accept the null value (unlike traditional t-tests) when certainty in the estimate is high (unlike Bayesian model comparison using Bayes factors). The method also yields precise estimates of for various research goals. The software and programs are free and run on Macintosh, Windows, and Linux platforms.

    [Keywords: ⁠, effect size, robust estimation, Bayes factor, ]

  65. http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/361/1813/2681.full.pdf

  66. https://www.lesswrong.com/posts/EL7Cui98uKYMFrDBN/ask-for-help-on-your-project-open-thread?commentId=AsFfmFrPFfY4FeoX3

  67. http://www.math.tau.ac.il/~ybenja/MyPapers/benjamini_hochberg1995.pdf

  68. http://healthyinfluence.com/wordpress/steves-primer-of-practical-persuasion-3-0/intro/windowpane/

  69. #fn7

  70. http://jayquantified.blogspot.com/2012/08/melatonin-preliminary-results.html

  71. Modafinil#ordering-when-learning-isnt-free

  72. Nootropics#value-of-information-voi

  73. http://xkcd.com/1205/

  74. https://www.lesswrong.com/r/discussion/lw/cih/value_of_information_8_examples/6mns

  75. Melatonin#roi

  76. Modafinil#ordering-with-learning

  77. https://www.amazon.com/Sonic-Alert-SBP100-Portable-Vibrating/dp/B000EX3DQQ

  78. http://web.archive.org/web/20130108020156/http://www.myzeo.com/sleep/comment/1131#comment-1131

  79. https://www.technologyreview.com/blog/themeasuredlife/26894/

  80. 2002-takeda-notenkimemoirs

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  116. Melatonin#health-performance

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  140. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/2xc2h866

  141. 2011-zeo-oneleg.csv

  142. Vitamin-D

  143. Potassium

  144. LSD-microdosing

  145. Mead

  146. https://www.lesswrong.com/posts/PBRWb2Em5SNeWYwwB/humans-are-not-automatically-strategic2kux

  147. Magnesium

  148. Magnesium#citrate

  149. Redshift

  150. Nootropics#lithium

  151. ZMA

  152. http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=hammock+sleep+quality&btnG=&hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C21

  153. http://www.floatingbed.com/images/uploads/rocking_CB_2011.pdf

  154. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00F3NLWE2/

  155. ⁠, Nagendra, Ravindra P. Maruthai, Nirmala Kutty, Bindu M (2012):

    Intense meditation practices help to achieve a harmony between body and mind. Meditation practices influence brain functions, induce various intrinsic neural plasticity events, modulate autonomic, metabolic, endocrine, and immune functions and thus mediate global regulatory changes in various behavioral states including sleep. This brief review focuses on the effect of meditation as a self regulatory phenomenon on sleep.

  156. ⁠, Kaul, Prashant Passafiume, Jason Sargent, Craig R. O'Hara, Bruce F (2010):

    Background: A number of benefits from meditation have been claimed by those who practice various traditions, but few have been well tested in scientifically controlled studies. Among these claims are improved performance and decreased sleep need. Therefore, in these studies we assess whether meditation leads to an immediate performance improvement on a well validated psychomotor vigilance task (PVT), and second, whether longer bouts of meditation may alter sleep need.

    Methods: The primary study assessed PVT reaction times before and after 40 minute periods of mediation, nap, or a control activity using a within subject cross-over design. This study utilized novice meditators who were current university students (n = 10). Novice meditators completed 40 minutes of meditation, nap, or control activities on six different days (two separate days for each condition), plus one night of total sleep deprivation on a different night, followed by 40 minutes of meditation.A second study examined sleep times in long term experienced meditators (n = 7) vs. non-meditators (n = 23). Experienced meditators and controls were age and sex matched and living in the Delhi region of India at the time of the study. Both groups continued their normal activities while monitoring their sleep and meditation times.

    Results: Novice meditators were tested on the PVT before each activity, 10 minutes after each activity and one hour later. All ten novice meditators improved their PVT reaction times immediately following periods of meditation, and all but one got worse immediately following naps. Sleep deprivation produced a slower baseline reaction time (RT) on the PVT that still improved significantly following a period of meditation. In experiments with long-term experienced meditators, sleep duration was measured using both sleep journals and actigraphy. Sleep duration in these subjects was lower than control non-meditators and general population norms, with no apparent decrements in PVT scores.

    Conclusions: These results suggest that meditation provides at least a short-term performance improvement even in novice meditators. In long term meditators, multiple hours spent in meditation are associated with a significant decrease in total sleep time when compared with age and sex matched controls who did not meditate. Whether meditation can actually replace a portion of sleep or pay-off sleep debt is under further investigation.

  157. Drug-heuristics

  158. http://www.urbandharma.org/udharma4/mpe.html

  159. #power-calculation

  160. #value-of-information-voi

  161. 1985-brissette.pdf

  162. ⁠, Carlos H. Schenck, Isabelle Arnulf, Mark W. Mahowald (2007-06-01):

    To formulate the first classification of sleep-related disorders and abnormal and experiences. A computerized literature search was conducted, and other sources, such as textbooks, were searched. Many categories of sleep related disorders were represented in the classification: parasomnias (confusional arousals/​​​​sleepwalking, with or without obstructive sleep apnea; REM sleep behavior disorder); sleep related seizures; Kleine-Levin syndrome (KLS); severe chronic insomnia; restless legs syndrome; narcolepsy; sleep exacerbation of persistent sexual arousal syndrome; sleep related painful erections; sleep related dissociative disorders; nocturnal psychotic disorders; miscellaneous states.

    Kleine-Levin syndrome (78 cases) and parasomnias (31 cases) were most frequently reported. Parasomnias and sleep related seizures had overlapping and divergent clinical features. 31 cases of parasomnias (25 males; mean age, 32 years) and 7 cases of sleep related seizures (4 males; mean age, 38 years) were identified.

    A full range of sleep related sexual behaviors with self and/​​​​or bed partners or others were reported, including masturbation, sexual vocalizations, fondling, sexual intercourse with climax, sexual assault/​​​​rape, ictal sexual hyperarousal, ictal orgasm, and ictal automatism. Adverse physical and/​​​​or psychosocial effects from the sleepsex were present in all parasomnia and sleep related seizure cases, but pleasurable effects were reported by 5 bed partners and by 3 patients with sleep related seizures. Forensic consequences were common, occurring in 35.5% (11⁄31) of parasomnia cases, with most (9⁄11) involving minors. All parasomnias cases reported amnesia for the sleep-sex, in contrast to 28.6% (2⁄7) of sleep related seizure cases. Polysomnography (without penile tumescence monitoring), performed in 26 of 31 parasomnia cases, documented sexual moaning from slow wave sleep in 3 cases and sexual intercourse during stage 1 sleep/​​​​wakefulness in one case (with sex provoked by the bed partner). Confusional arousals (CAs) were diagnosed as the cause of “sleepsex” (“sexsomnia”) in 26 cases (with obstructive sleep apnea [OSA] comorbidity in 4 cases), and sleepwalking in 2 cases, totaling 90.3% (28⁄31) of cases being NREM sleep parasomnias. REM behavior disorder was the presumed cause in the other 3 cases.

    Bedtime clonazepam therapy was effective in 90% (9⁄10) of treated parasomnia cases; nasal continuous positive airway pressure therapy was effective in controlling comorbid OSA and CAs in both treated cases. All 5 treated patients with sleep related sexual seizures responded to anticonvulsant therapy. The hypersexuality in KLS, which was twice as common in males compared to females, had no reported effective therapy.

    A broad range of sleep related disorders associated with abnormal sexual behaviors and experiences exists, with major clinical and forensic consequences.

  163. Treadmill#typing

  164. Caffeine

  165. CO2

  166. https://old.reddit.com/r/Nootropics/comments/2iicde/selfexperiment_redshift_for_earlier_bedtimes/

  167. https://old.reddit.com/r/Nootropics/comments/2cdiok/magnesium_selfexperiment_mixed_effects_on_sleep/

  168. https://old.reddit.com/r/QuantifiedSelf/comments/2cdj30/alcohol_does_not_seem_to_affect_my_sleep/

  169. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=3592017

  170. https://old.reddit.com/r/Nootropics/comments/po3zk/psa_dont_take_vitamin_d_at_bedtime/

  171. https://old.reddit.com/r/fitnesscirclejerk/comments/po47w/so_i_heard_you_guys_like_vitamin_d_hopefully_not/

  172. https://old.reddit.com/r/Nootropics/comments/t3a2n/vitamin_d_followup_improves_morning_mood/

  173. http://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/54364-vitamin-d-sleep-experiment/

  174. https://www.businessinsider.com/this-is-what-happens-when-you-track-your-sleep-obsessively-2012-2

  175. https://old.reddit.com/r/Nootropics/comments/1578ly/does_potassium_hurt_anyone_elses_sleep/

  176. https://old.reddit.com/r/Nootropics/comments/193ol8/potassium_followup_experiment/

  177. https://www.openyou.org/2013/06/11/zeo-firmware-and-raw-data-api-on-openyou-github/

  178. http://eric-blue.com/2013/06/09/life-beyond-zeo/

  179. https://forum.quantifiedself.com/thread-zeo-shutting-down-export-your-data?pid=3373#pid3373

  180. https://betterhumans.coach.me/the-effects-of-caffeine-alcohol-and-exercise-on-sleep-analyzing-the-surprising-results-117330af2480g

  181. https://www.trackinghappiness.com/effect-sleep-happiness/

  182. 2006-selvi.pdf

  183. Weather

  184. Lunar-sleep

  185. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ao3RpZe396VZdE5udDB0S1dqcFpPY0o2Sk5LVkNvX0E#gid=0

  186. 2012-sdr-dream.txt

  187. https://lucid.fandom.com/wiki/Wake_Initiated_Lucid_Dream

  188. https://www.amazon.com/Exploring-World-Dreaming-Stephen-LaBerge/dp/034537410X/