Nothing feels better than a night of restful sleep. But, what can you do if you’re suffering from a lack of sleep or an inconsistent sleep schedule? Meet the Fitbit Premium Sleep Profile, designed to improve your rest and energy levels.
Fitbit is a brand dedicated to health and wellness. From premium sensors to women’s health tracking, these wearables are focused on improving your life. No fuss, only fitness!
Alongside popular on-wrist tools, Fitbit offers a premium app to allow you to track your health on your smartphone. New Sleep Profiles have been recently added to the app to make sleep tracking more accessible. Want to know more? Keep reading to find out more about these game-changing profiles.
What Is The Fitbit Premium Sleep Profile?
Fitbit has a long history of sleep tracking, dating back to 2009. With over a decade of experience, you can trust Fitbit to tell you when it’s time to take a much-needed nap.
After adding on-wrist solutions, Fitbit has taken its data even further in the form of a Premium Sleep Profile. The new profile makes reading and understanding sleep data easier, with longitudinal analysis of your sleep patterns.
Not only that, but the developers have added cute animal characters to add some extra fun to the experience.
Features Included In The Sleep Profile
The main aim of the profile is to help you build long-term sleep habits. But how?
The main features of the app include:
- Long-term trends and habit analysis
- Breakdown of your sleep in 10-month metrics
- Fun ‘Sleep Animals’ to help you understand changes in your patterns
- Comparison to typical sleep cycles of your demographic
- Tips and tricks to improve your sleep
- Metrics for REM sleep, sleep duration, and restful sleep.
To gain insight into the average sleep cycle, the Fitbit team studied 1,000 sleep schedules. This data allowed the team to look at a range of behaviors, inspiring the sleep metrics on the app. Alongside personal data, users can also see how they measure up to the average of their age group and gender.
Ready To Get Started?
The Fitbit Premium Sleep Profile is live and ready to use right now.
You’ll need a Fitbit device and a paid premium membership to get started with your tracking. Most Fitbits come with a courtesy 6-months pre-paid membership, so you’ll be able to hop straight on if you’ve recently bought your device.
Users should also note that your app will only start displaying sleep analysis after 14 nights of tracked sleep, so be patient first! Remember, the more you wear your tracker while asleep, the more accurate the insights will be.
Have you ever tried sleep tracking before? Most smartwatches off sleep data these days. However, a Fitbit device might be better for you if you want detailed insights. See our full review of sleep tracker watches here.
Last Updated on July 19, 2022
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