Chili Technology teams with sleep center, sleep consultant

Chili Technology LLC, headquartered in Mooresville, N.C., has announced that Sleep Diagnostics of Texas will employ ChiliPad technology at its Woodlands Evaluation Center.

Using ChiliPads will enable the sleep center to manipulate bed temperatures during the sleep evaluation process and introduce patients to the benefits of temperature adjustment as a means of improving sleep. By using the ChiliPad, users can adjust sleep surface temperatures from 60 to 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Sleep Diagnostics of Texas, based in Woodlands, Texas, is an American Academy of Sleep Medicine-accredited sleep center.

“The introduction of this technology to manage sleep surface temperatures to finite degrees at such a wide range has resulted in tremendous sleep improvement for thousands of consumers over the past few years,” said Todd Youngblood, Chili Technology’s co-creator and president. “We are thrilled with the opportunity to leverage our products’ capabilities into the sleep lab environment.”

The company also has partnered with Terry Cralle, who will serve as a sleep consultant, offering advice to customers on sleep health, sleep surface design and the use of Chili Technology’s products. Cralle is a registered nurse who has professional certification from the National Association for Healthcare Quality.

“As a registered nurse with clinical experience in the sleep clinic setting, she brings a unique perspective of medical and hands-on sleep knowledge to help find best uses for our products and offer tailored sleep solutions for those in need,” Youngblood said.

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