BTT™ Sleep

Optimization Service

Based on BTT DELTA

Help optimize the brain’s removal process of toxic waste build-up, which occurs during sleep.

BTT™ Sleep Optimization Service

Key functions
  • Track daily activities and habits that are associated with generation of BTT Delta
  • Track BTT thermodynamic signals and signals from other sensors
  • Assessment report for Service Providers with signal data, activities, and habits that generate or prevent BTT Delta

Introducing the BTT™ Headgear

BTT™ Headgear is part of the BTT™ Sleep Optimization Service and works in conjunction with the BTT Health application to optimize sleep and performance based on btt thermodynamic signals, signals from other sensors, and user provided data. The service collects and tracks data and shares it with a Service Provider that you chose and authorize to view your data to help optimize your sleep, which as part of a healthy lifestyle may help reduce the risk of cancer and CNS conditions.

Using our cloud based technology and pattern detection, we assess the presence or absence of BTT™ Delta (BTT Delta is the fundamental cerebral state that determines the brain’s thermodynamic status for removal of toxic waste), the level of BTT Delta and level of sleep fragmentation. We track daily activities, habits, and signals that are associated with generation of BTT Delta, and therefore, restorative sleep.

We provide an assessment report with activities, habits, and signals that generate or prevent BTT Delta. With this report, Service Providers can help clients optimize sleep and performance.

BTT™ Technology and Biology

The BTT is the only biologically natural site for accurate core temperature measurement.

BTT Corp provides the first continuous, noninvasive temperature measuring system for capturing temperature at the body site with the highest thermal conductivity – the fat-free skin that overlies the Brain Thermal Tunnel (BTT). The BTT enables the capture of brain thermodynamic signals for real-time analysis and development of pattern detection and predictive models.

Yale University conducted its own investigations and concluded that “The ability to monitor the oscillatory pattern of thermal signals with a high frequency sensor applied to the skin of the superomedial orbit (“brain temperature tunnel”) offers new avenues for assessment of temperature regulations in health and prediction of outcomes of diseases” and “Monitoring temperature at the skin overlying the path between the hypothalamus and the superomedial orbit (brain temperature tunnel) uniquely delineated temperature changes during sleep onset, arousal and awakening.”