Full Sleep helps people reimagine their long-term relationship to sleep by using a unique combination of proven behavioral changing techniques and real time guidance so you can not only understand your sleep, but fix it - all from the comfort of home. Specifically, the program includes a mobile app-based guide, live coaching, and a non-wearable bedside tracker (REST) that can sense your sleep patterns and support your 6-week CBT-I based sleep program.
CBT-I stands for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. It’s commonly defined as a short, structured, and evidence-based approach to combating the frustrating symptoms of insomnia.
It’s a multicomponent approach that includes cognitive, behavioral, and psychoeducational interventions. CBT-I has been scientifically proven to be extremely effective for reducing insomnia symptoms in as many as 70% - 80% of patients. Full Sleep utilizes principles of CBT-I. Results of complying to a CBT-I based program include less time to fall asleep, more time asleep, and fewer overnight wakeups.
REST stands for Radar Enabled Sensing Technology. Nighttime can be the hardest time for many who struggle with sleep, but screen use before or in bed only worsens the problem. We’ve designed REST without screens and with automatic features to guide you through a better night’s sleep. REST looks like a small speaker that simply sits on your nightstand or other flat surface. Using radar sensing, a safe and camera-less way of picking up movements, temperature, and sound, REST can passively track your sleep patterns and nighttime awakenings, offering real-time audio guidance in times of need. This is all in an effort to improve your sleep quality as quickly as possible.
The Insomnia Severity Index, or ISI, is the most widely recognized screening tool typically used by clinicians to evaluate insomnia. Although insomnia is a prevalent issue with severe impacts on overall wellbeing and health, it often remains unrecognized and untreated. The ISI tool allows us to quickly assess the severity of both nighttime and daytime components of insomnia with great accuracy.
The ISI is a seven-item questionnaire that asks you to rate the severity of your sleep problems including your satisfaction with your sleep patterns, the degree to which insomnia interferes with your daily functioning, how noticeable you feel your insomnia is to others, and the overall level of stress created by your sleep problems. We then add up the results of your ratings to assess how severe your insomnia is and use that information as an input to developing your sleep program.
Read more about ISI at the National Institutes of Health.
Full Sleep is built for adults who are restless sleepers, having consistently suffered with insomnia-related sleep issues over time. Full Sleep is also the only program designed specifically for sleep issues as we age, including menopause, chronic pain, depression, and more. The program offers a qualification step before payment to ensure that it’s a right fit for you.
Full Sleep is not suitable for everyone alike. You should talk to your physician prior to participating if you experience medical conditions such as: Obstructive sleep apnea, Epilepsy, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, sleep walking, and night terrors/nightmares. Similarly, some of the sleep skills in this study may not be a good fit if you have a rotating shift schedule. Finally, if you have excessive sleepiness or it’s unsafe for you to get out of bed in the middle of the night, some of the sleep skills in this study may not be a good fit or even unsafe.
You might have seen "Koko" mentioned in our policies and on our website. Koko Labs is a Palo Alto-based radar lab that developed Full Sleep. It is the parent company of the Full Sleep program.
Feel free to contact our support team by texting us at: (844) SLEEPS1 and we will answer as soon as we can, during business hours.
To ensure the program will not interfere with any current health regimens or prescriptions, it is strongly recommended that you consult with your healthcare provider before starting any program involving your health.
Unfortunately, we’re unable to offer personal medical advice, so this would be a great question for your doctor! Regardless of whether you decide to continue with the medication, we hope you try out the strategies in this program. The materials will cover sleep medications in detail and how sleep is affected.
Fortunately, you’ll be able to complete this program from the comfort of your own home and bed during your normal routine. Full Sleep is currently available anywhere in the United States.
After the delivery and setup of REST, your program will last about 6-8 weeks.
For the content portion of the program, such as lesson completion, sleep logging, and wind-down exercise participation we ask that you dedicate anywhere from 5 to 30 mins per day depending on how much you can or want to practice new sleep strategies.
If you both qualify and plan to sleep in separate bedrooms for the duration of the program, then yes, both of you can participate. Separate devices will be provided to each of you.
Due to the current development and sensitivity of REST, pets may cause interference with REST’s sensing function, keeping it from collecting accurate sleep information.
Yes, it’s requested that you sleep in the same bed, side of the bed, and bedroom for the duration of the program. However, if you are not home for a night here and there, your progress will not be hurt as long as you’re continuing to follow your sleep schedule and sleep hygiene practices. If there is any conflict with your timeline, please text our support team at (844) SLEEPS1 to set a different schedule for your program.
If you find yourself in this situation, please contact our support team by texting (844)-SLEEPS1 as soon as possible and we can discuss a delay in starting your program.
After making sure you qualify to benefit from Full Sleep, a member of our support team will reach out and get your information to send you a REST via FedEx or UPS.
Once your REST has been delivered, please follow the instructions on the enclosed set up guide. You will also need to download the Full Sleep App from the Apple or Android stores in order to set up your device. The app is free of charge. If you need assistance during your set up, please contact our support team by texting (844) SLEEPS1 and we will be happy to assist you.
We currently don’t offer in-person setup support. However, if you do need assistance, please contact our support team and we’ll be happy to help.
No member of the Full Sleep team will be coming into your home during this program.
Your wifi is required for REST to send your sleep data to the app and for your sleep coach to view it and provide personalized feedback. This is all part of the effort to help improve your sleep as quickly as possible.
While small, REST isn't portable and shouldn’t be moved once it has been placed and set up with the mobile app. If you move the device anytime during the program, please contact our support team as soon as possible to retrain the device.
In order to turn on REST, safely plug in the device to a nearby power outlet and to turn off the device, safely unplug it from the power outlet. Note: To safely unplug REST, never pull the power cord, instead hold the head of the plug and then pull.
A full refund for Full Sleep will be issued to the original form of payment if the device meets the following qualifications: is returned within 100 days of delivery, is not tarnished or damaged in any way, and the participant has completed at least 5 days of the Full Sleep program, and for whatever reason has decided that they do not wish to continue.
The entire Full Sleep program is offered at $129. This includes shipping and there are no other hidden fees. We offer optional relapse prevention subscriptions ranging from $10 to $25 per month after you complete the program. We also offer a 100 night money back guarantee if you try Full Sleep and feel that it is not the right fit for you. There's no risk in trying it out, besides maybe losing more sleep!
Unfortunately, the REST device currently does not function properly when there is also a CPAP machine being used. However, we are working on this, and hope that Full Sleep can be offered to many more customers in the future. In addition, some of the CBT-I principles can be very challenging and potentially even unsafe to try, particularly if your sleep apnea is not adequately treated. It’s always best to speak to your doctor about your sleep apnea and how treatment is going and if you might benefit from something like CBT-I. A provider who knows your full health history can work with you to make sure both sleep apnea and insomnia concerns are treated properly.