How To Add Automatic Sleep Tracking To Your Apple Watch

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Are you a health conscious person? If so, you should already know how important Sleep is for a healthy lifestyle. However, if you are feeling tired even after having an 8 Hour Sleep, there must be something you are doing wrong. But who would tell you, how bad you are sleeping? Of course, you can’t monitor your sleep patterns while you are asleep. You can ask your spouse. But don’t you think that would be a little harsh to ask your partner to stay up all night and observe how you sleep? Just imagine how creepy that would be.

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Recent technologies are making fitness tracking, and in this case, Sleep Tacking very easy. For example, wearable such as your Apple Watch can be used to dig up valuable information about your Sleep Patterns that can only be done in a laboratory.

As Apple Watch is in close proximity to your body, it can pick up valuable data about your body as you sleep. Moreover, after Apple Watch is done with analyzing your Sleep Patterns it will present them in such a manner that anyone can read them and integrate them into their Fitness Regimes.

Does Sleep Tracker Come Built-In With Apple Watch?

You might be wondering whether every Apple Watch Series comes with Sleep Tracking built-in, the answer to that is no. But wait. That does not mean you cannot use Apple Watch to Track your Sleep habits. See Apple Watch comes with different advanced sensors such as the Gyroscope, Accelerometer as well as Heart-Rate Sensors. Using these Sensors you can track simple indicators such as how many hours you sleep every night as well as advanced indicators such as your Sleep Patterns. All you need to get started with Sleep Tracking is an App. And luckily there are lots of both Free and Paid Apps for this purpose.

Pillow Automatic Sleep Tracker

Pillow can analyze your sleep cycles automatically using your Apple Watch. You can use Pillow as a smart alarm clock to wake you up at the lightest possible sleep stage and start your day refreshed and relaxed. Moreover, you can record important audio events such as snoring, sleep apnea and sleep talking. Explore trends about your sleep and compare your sleep quality with ten Apple Health metrics that affect sleep.

You can rely on Pillow to fall asleep faster with Pillow’s carefully selected sleep aid sounds and get personalized insights and tips about sleep using the Pillow’s unique Snooze lab feature. Pillow analyzes your sleep cycles and suggests the best time to go to bed. Pillow can notify you when your optimal bedtime approaches.

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Sleep Watch by Bodymatter

Similar to Pillow, you can use Sleep Watch to track sleep with your Apple Watch automatically. No buttons to press. Just wear your Watch to bed and wake to insightful sleep analysis with personalized feedback. Moreover, you can also discover ways to improve sleep habits. Don’t have an Apple Watch? SleepWatch can be used without an Apple Watch by entering sleep times manually.

At the beginning of each day, you will receive daily notifications about how you slept. Take control of your sleep habits with AI-powered, personalized insights. Using artificial intelligence, Discover, a great feature that Pillow lacks, uncovers the lifestyle choices you make that appear to help you achieve a better night’s rest. The more data you track with SleepWatch, the more you can Discover. Also once you go Premium you can compare your sleep, and get smart bedtime reminders.

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Wrapping Up!

So now you know about two Amazing Apps for Apple Watch to Track your Sleep Patterns. If you are still concerned about how beneficial it will be for you to wear your Watch to sleep, know that its all worth it once you get your hands on all the Sleep pattern data. Just imagine the things you can do once you know your Sleeping Habits. If it’s not favorable for your life goals, you can make changes and with all these data, you will know almost instantly where you need to bring changes.

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