Should you be tracking your sleep?

Email sent: Jul 29, 2020 4:30pm
The importance
of tracking your sleep
Over the past couple of weeks, we've covered the number of hours most people need to sleep and how to avoid overdoing it.

But, how do you know whether or not you're actually getting the optimal amount of sleep needed to perform at your best?

You could try the cumbersome process of manually tracking how many hours you sleep each night, but this type of tracking won't tell you the quality of your sleep or give you insights about your overall health.

Luckily, there are ways for you to track your sleep quality, patterns, and insights into your health effortlessly. Like a wearable that tracks your sleep and collects other health metrics.

Learn more about the factors that may be affecting your sleep and how wearable sleep trackers can give you the insights you need for a better night's sleep.
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