Snore Response Assistance

How To Enable or Disable the Snore Response Feature
The Snore Response feature is split into two types of responses; "Smart Snore Position", and "Smart Snore Pulse". To enable or disable these features, navigate to Menu > Snore Response, in the Sleeptracker-AI® app. The feature(s) is enabled if the toggle is set to the "On" or green position.

↦ IMPORTANT: for a two-sleeper setup, individual responses can only be obtained with a Split-King base that is set to move separately in the Sleeptracker-AI® app. For all other configurations, keep in mind the entire base will respond if a Snore Response feature(s) is enabled. If you'd like to disable Snore Response, ensure both your and your partner's account has the features disabled.

  • To set a Split-King base to move separately or to ensure it is correctly configured to move separately under your account, re-verify your base. See our How-To Guides page for more information.
How the Snore Response Feature Works

When it comes to the Snore Response feature, please keep in mind:

  1. Your sleep is analyzed on the Sleeptracker-AI® Cloud and not locally on your Monitor. The Sleeptracker-AI® algorithm will look for patterns of snoring and when it detects intense and sustained snoring, a command will be sent to your Monitor to respond to the snoring. By the time this happens, the sleeper may or may not still be in the intense snoring phase — they may be at the tail-end of it, or snoring may have stopped.
  2. The Snore Response feature is looking for certain vibrations from the body during breathing. Usually, this vibration makes an audible "snoring" sound, however, snoring may also be non-audible (i.e. with the snore vibrations coming from your body).
  3. When a Snore Response event is triggered, the next response will not trigger until at least 30 minutes have passed. This is in an effort to reduce the number of disturbances to the sleeper(s).
  4. One should not conclude that because there are snore events graphed, this means the base should have triggered the Snore Response feature. The graphed snore events do not define the intensity of the snore events. They can include all types of snore events that the algorithm picked up — i.e. snore events ranging from very small snore vibrations that are picked up in your respiratory structures (which may or may not have an audible response), to intense snoring.
  5. The accuracy of the Snore Response feature will depend on the information the sensors are picking up. If you’d like to double-check and ensure your Monitor is correctly configured, select “Check Setup” below.

↦ Check Setup

What are Snore Events
Snore events (the teal dot above the breath rate line) are graphed when the Sleeptracker-AI® algorithm detects any type of snoring (i.e. short and not intense snoring to long and intense snoring). You are able to view the duration of the snore event by tapping on the snore event.

Alternatively, you can hold your finger anywhere in the breath rate graph, glide it across the graph (left or right), and pause over a snore event you’d like to view. Furthermore, after you tap and hold somewhere in the graph, you can move your finger off the breath rate graph entirely (while still holding) and still be able to pan left and right — this will make it easier to see the graph while you're panning across it.

Keep in mind, snore events do not correlate to the numbers on the y-axis, as the y-axis is the breath rate value for the breath rate line. By the way, you can also interact with other graphs on the Sleep Analysis page and the Sleep Analysis page can also be viewed in landscape mode.


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