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One-third of a person’s life is said to be given over to sleep — but getting enough of it, and of sufficient quality, can be a challenge for many people, especially under the duress of a worldwide pandemic.

Help, however, is at hand as new services using artificial intelligence, sensors and 3D scans, as well as so-called sleep masters, step in to give people advice on the best conditions for achieving a good night’s rest.

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