Makers of the ChiliSleep solutions suite of products aimed at improving sleep is announcing the results of a four-week study conducted on Proof Pilot, a new kind of clinical trial platform, and in collaboration with OURA Ring, a leading sleep tracking wearables brand.
Some 75 current chili customers were recruited for the four-week study between October 29th and December 15th, 2019. Average participant age was 43. 73% male, 25% female, 2% transgender or non-binary. This was a healthy group of individuals, 97% identified as excellent, very good or good health as described on a modified version of the short-form 36. Average chili ownership was 405 days. Participants were randomized into one of two arms in which they were instructed to use their sleep system during one week, and not another.
OURA ring sleep data was recorded through the entire four-week period. Participants also self-reported results via a modified version of the Jenkins Sleep Scale. Study design was validated by institutional review board (IRB) panel for ethics in research.
Analysis: Are sleep patterns and quality different between the weeks users abstained from using their Chili sleep system?
The Findings: Participants reported the following results over the four-week period:
Chilisleep Products vs. Not Using
Waking up with night sweats 25% less frequently
40% less likely to have trouble going back to sleep if they woke up prior to their normal waketime
36% less likely to wake up due to discomfort or pain
Waking up 11% less frequently due to worry or anxiety
15% less likely to wake up feeling tired and worn out
This clinical research study with Proof Pilot confirms that our products help customers with a variety of sleep ailments. Quality sleep is one of the pillars good health, and this study supports that Chili products are effective.
Co-Founder/CEO at Sleep.me
“The results of this study show us that current Cube and OOLER customers are seeing health benefits…enough that I started using one myself,” said Proof Pilot CEO Matthew Amsden. “But we’re not done yet. The team understands the value of a good research program and we’ll be launching additional studies soon that focus on specific healthcare issues improved sleep may help.”