Most of us have heard of ChatGPT, the newest AI sensation. If you haven’t heard, ChatGPT is a natural language processing chatbot that uses artificial intelligence to engage in conversation with its users. This means that you can chat with a computer, and it can give you answers and feedback that a normal human being would. We can hear you saying, “Okay, but how can a chatbot help me sleep better?”
Before we start, we want to add a disclaimer. Do not use ChatGPT for any medical advice. It is a conversational framework, meaning it doesn’t know right and wrong, fact and fiction. It has been shown to even invent it’s own facts. We will show you how to use it safely and effectively.
One of the best ways ChatGPT can benefit your sleep is by providing an opportunity for journaling. Journaling can be a great way to process thoughts and feelings, let out frustrations, and even come up with creative solutions for problems. ChatGPT can help facilitate this process by allowing users to easily record their conversations with the chatbot, allowing them to reflect on their thoughts and experiences in a safe and convenient way. Additionally, ChatGPT can provide users with questions and prompts to get their minds focused on the positive and to help them gain insight into their own thoughts and emotions.
ChatGPT can also serve as a bedtime companion that can help destress the mind and body before sleep. ChatGPT’s conversations will be tailored to its user’s needs, providing new topics of conversation and helping its user to practice mindfulness and be present in the moment. It can provide a calming and comforting atmosphere to users, allowing them to have meaningful conversations with their chatbot companion and allowing them to wind down their day on a positive and intuitive note. It can also provide some useful ideas to help you relax at the end of the day.
As you can see, the use cases are endless with ChatGPT. As a company, we will continue researching how we can use it to help people feel more rested. This is meant as an intro into using AI to help you sleep better. As always, this isn’t medical advice, this disclaimer is even more important when using AI. Please consult your doctor before adding or removing anything in regards to your health.