Which Sleep Tracker Is Best for You?
Mon, 02/25/2019 – 09:55
In the quest for better sleep, more and more people are turning to sleep trackers to monitor their nightly patterns. From checking the amount of time it takes you to fall asleep once your head hits the pillow to measuring the amount of sleep you’re getting, the information gathered can be illuminating. Some devices record your overnight body temperature and heart rate. But with so many trackers available today and more in the pipeline about to hit the market, it can be difficult to pinpoint which features will help you better understand your sleep. Here’s what to look for when purchasing one of these devices, and catch a glimpse of where this technology is headed next. Special Features The first generation of sleep trackers basically told you one thing: how many hours you slept each night. But now, consumers have come to expect more, and brands are offering additional features to distinguish themselves from competitors and to keep users engaged with these devices. “Sleep-tracking manufacturers have become more aware that they need to bring something beneficial to the user besides just a measurement of sleep,” says Roy Raymann, PhD, vice president of Sleep Science & Scientific
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