Monitor Your Sleep & Imporve Lifestyle With Proper Nighttime Management With This Sleep Tracker Bene
A new sleep tracking report has been launched by Smart Bedtime. It offers advice on sleep tracking, the devices available, and what they can offer for insomnia sufferers and those wanting to improve sleep.
, 15 May 2018 --
Monitor Your Sleep & Imporve Lifestyle With Proper Nighttime Management With This Sleep Tracker Benefits Report
Smart Bedtime has launched a new report on the importance and benefits of sleep tracking, which is increasingly important in today’s busy world. With people sleeping for two thirds of their life, it’s important in many ways, not least of which because it helps people to stay refreshed, healthy, and good at what they do. More information can be found at: https://smartbedtime.com The report explains that keeping track of sleep enables people to keep track of their day to day activities, whether personal or social. Getting the right amount of sleep, and ensuring good sleep, can help improve mood, and set people up for the day in the right way. Many people are curious about how many hours they sleep at night and what their sleep cycles are. However, they often don’t know where to begin when it comes to tracking sleep in the most effective way. This is where the Smart Bedtime report can help. It shows that for anyone curious about how well they sleep at night, the option is there to visit a sleep professional. However, for a more affordable option, people might consider getting a sleep tracker. Sleep trackers have a measuring tool that can be worn on the wrist, and is capable of recording the movement of a person wearing the sleep tracker through an accelerometer. In this way, the device can recognize body movement and measure it against the states of being awake and asleep. The report states: “Researchers said that actigraphy or sleep trackers, in general, are accurate in estimating time of sleep, measuring sleep percentage, and calculating the time after sleep.” It adds: “However, there are limitations in using this. Many have found out that actigraphy can mistake being motionless for being asleep while in fact, the person is just lying still while awake. This case often happens to those with insomnia.” Full details of the available devices and their benefits can be found in the report on the URL above.
# # #
Submitted by prcagency, Press Dev on Tuesday, 15 May 2018 at 11:05 PM
Category: Health Care & Medical