SleepGraph.Com is a sleep/wake logging service with a focus on circadian rhythm sleep disorders.
The website helps you keep track of when you go to sleep and when you wake it - plus other important sleep related stuff like body temperature, weight, glucose, blood pressure, medication and even light treatment.
SleepGraph.Com is a logging service and we do not provide medical devices or mobile equipment that automatically tracks when you go to sleep and when you wake up. While a paper log is a great way of going about it, some of us prefer to use the internet for keeping track of our lives. For those that do, SleepGraph.Com will allow you to record when you go to sleep and when you wake up (and related data) so you do not have to use a paper log book.
SleepGraph.Com was originally designed to help keep a sleep log for Non-24-hour sleep-wake disorder (N24HSWD) which is where an individual tends to go to sleep at a later or earlier hour each day. Individuals who have N24HSWD often need a long-term record of their sleep/wake cycle. N24HSWD, technically classified as 'Circadian rhythm sleep disorder, free running' [ICD-9-CM 327.34] affects around 250,000 throughout the EU and the USA. At this point in time neither the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the European Medicines Agency (EMA) have a certified treatment for those who suffer from N24HSWD.
SleepGraph.Com is not a medical service and we do not offer, nor provide, any medical services. You should consult a licensed physician for all medical needs.
SleepGraph.Com allows you to keep your profile and your graphs 100% private, or you can also make your profile and graphs public so you can share them with your family, doctors and support groups. We also provide a special link that you can share with select people yet keep your profile private to anybody that does not have the special link.
SleepGraph.Com uses top-secret level AES-256 encryption for your personal information - your full name, email address, passwords, etc are all highly encrypted.
SleepGraph.Com is not HIPPA or PSQIA certified. Because all personal information is encrypted using AES 256 or higher level encryption we actually exceed all current HIPPA/PSQIA compliancy - we are just not compliancy certified. Why not? Because there are no currently set international standards, so we would have to seek compliancy in every county of the world. Pretty insane, huh!
SleepGraph.Com is not RA508, ADA-TII, WCAG, WET, BS 8878, DDA, et cetera compliant and is not screen reader friendly. Why not? For the same reason as explained above.
Most of our members choose to keep their profile very private, understandably. But there are also those who want to share a bit of their information with their family, friends, and medical staff.
Each member can choose if they want the ultimate in privacy, or to allow anybody to see everything, or even an option where everything is private except for a few select individuals.
At this point in time SleepGraph.Com is a free website to anybody who needs an online sleep/wake logging service.
We do not see a time anywhere in the near future when we would need to start charging for this website. If such a time were to ever arrive the costs would be kept to the lowest amount possible.
We do not have different levels of membership - everybody gets the same features as everybody else. If a new feature is added, everybody gets the new feature.
If you use the website, or know someone that does, and would like to financially help us cover the costs of running the website, you can use the donation form at the bottom of our website.
Yes, we know. The colour of the website is designed to be a light neutral colour pattern, which greatly assists those who are affected by the color patterns of most websites.
Many people with circadian rhythm sleep disorders wear blue light spectrum blocking glasses. Those glasses tend to make most websites look, well, strange. The colour pattern we have chosen, a modification of the solarized colour pattern, is not only blue light spectrum friendly (meaning: it will look *better* for many people when wearing blue light spectrum blocking glasses), it is also as low-light intensive level as possible - especially beneficial for those using bright-screened smart phones.
Likewise, many people with circadian rhythm sleep disorders use the f.lux application on their computers and mobile phones. The colour patern of our website is designed to blend very well for those who have f.lux (or the like) running on their computer/phone/tablets.
Amazingly enough, there is some serious science behind the colour pattern that SleepGraph.Com uses - it may not be pretty, but it is not designed to be.