These Wearable Sleep Trackers Can Help You Get More Zs

The health and wellness market size worldwide is worth more than $4.4 trillion, with millions of products and services said to help consumers optimize their lives. As it turns out, taking good care of yourself is currently trendy.

But where to start? Many people who are new to wellness underestimate the power of sleep, which provides much-needed rest and boosts immunity and mood. Sleep keeps your body and mind healthy, and medical professionals recommend seven to eight hours of it daily for adults.

Even if you’re getting enough sleep, are you getting good sleep? That’s a question for wearable sleep tracking devices, which monitor your body while you get some shuteye. After a few days of collecting your biodata, newer wearables show you the strengths and weaknesses of your sleep habits and provide recommendations for improvement.

Simply put, sleep is wellness, so those looking to improve their personal health should look toward more beneficial rest. These wearable sleep trackers can help.   

Fitbit Sense

Fitbit is one of the brands leading the charge in the quest to bridge fitness and personal health, so there’s no wonder why its Sense model is a top pick. The Sense measures everything from stress to blood oxygen levels to body temperature, and it also has the standard features of a fitness tracker and smartwatch. It even comes with an FDA-cleared electrocardiogram, which is one of the simplest and fastest tests to check for any heart conditions.

Of course, the Sense also tracks your sleep and gives you a Sleep Score each morning based on how much truly restorative sleep you got the night before. And with a Fitbit Premium subscription, which Sense users get to try free for six months, you’ll get additional stats about your sleeping heart rate and to-the-minute skin temperature variations during sleep. You can then evaluate your sleep habits and determine what needs to change.

Oura Ring

The Oura ring soared in popularity at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic when it was touted as a wearable device that could detect the virus before displaying symptoms. Though it was determined to be an ineffective tool for self-diagnosis, it’s an extremely convenient and intuitively designed health tracker. Aside from being a ring, rather than a watch, the major difference between the Oura and other wearable sleep trackers is its baseline function. First time users wear the ring for 24 hours so it can determine baseline biodata and show variations from the norm.

As a sleep tracker, the Oura shows your resting heart rate, respiratory rate, activity levels, and sleep quality to determine how optimized you are for the day ahead. One night of subpar sleep doesn’t severely impact your score, and the battery lasts five days, so you can wear the device while you sleep most nights. The best news: There is no subscription required, so you can see your biodata for free.   

SleepOn Go2Sleep

When the founder of SleepOn was admitted to the ICU after a heart attack, he was determined to find a better way to monitor sleep. The market was missing a lightweight, wireless sleep tracker that would measure key sleep metrics and overall quality, so there was an opportunity for him to design a device to help him act more consciously. The result: The Go2Sleep ring, which is minimalistic in design and easy to set up with its corresponding app.

Users simply turn on their smartphone Bluetooth capabilities, which allow the ring to communicate with the app. While you sleep, the Go2Sleep measures your heart rate, blood oxygen levels, and movements to calculate your sleep quality. Together this data shows your sleep stages—deep sleep, REM sleep, etc.—and even sleep apnea times, if applicable. If you experience shallow or no breathing more than a few times during sleep, you can contact a sleep doctor to pursue treatment.

Amazfit GTS 2 Mini

The Amazfit GTS 2 Mini, as its name implies, is a sized-down version of the GTS 2 smartwatch, a top performer in the Amazfit fashion watch category. Despite its small size, the device retains most of the features applauded in the GTS 2 and comes at a lower price point. Its bright, colorful screen clearly displays your biodata: heart rate, step count, blood oxygen measurements, and more. And its accuracy in tracking sleep puts it on par with industry-leading Fitbit models and other best wearable sleep trackers.

When you go to bed, you can rest easy knowing the GTS 2 Mini is analyzing your sleep quality and creating a detailed report to read when you wake up. The device shows your sleep stages, including how much REM sleep you got, and recommendations for getting better quality sleep. There is even beta testing on breathing, so you may soon be able to track sleep apnea episodes. As with other wearables, you’ll get a sleep score every morning after wearing the smartwatch.    

Connect Your Wearable Sleep Trackers with ModoBio

What if all your biodata from your wearable sleep trackers and all your apps was in one place, where you could connect with other health and wellness professionals to make the most of your biodata to improve personal wellbeing?

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