Smart Watches And Fitness Trackers With Sleep Quality Monitoring Feature | Most Searched Products

A lot of people face the issue of getting enough sleep. Sometimes even the slightest presence of stress can lead to a sleepless night. But thankfully, there are now plenty of different ways to track sleep, whether that’s through a bedside monitor, a wrist-worn wearable like a smartwatch or a device that fits under your mattress.

Listed here are some of the best fitness trackers and bands that will give you various insights and personalized tips on how to improve your rest time

The options from our picks below are worth exploring if you want to know exactly how you’re sleeping – and make positive steps to improve it.

Take a look:

If you are using a Fitbit Versa 2 with heart-rate tracking to track your sleep, you can see a record of the sleep stages you cycle through at night. Fitbit estimates your sleep stages using a combination of your movement and heart-rate patterns. When you haven’t moved for about an hour, your tracker or watch assumes that you’re asleep.

While you’re sleeping, your device tracks the beat-to-beat changes in your heart rate, known as heart rate variability (HRV), which fluctuates as you transition between light sleep, deep sleep, and REM sleep stages. When you sync your device in the morning, we use your movement and heart rate patterns to estimate your sleep cycles from the previous night.

HONOR Band 5 provides advanced functions in addition to heart rate tracking or calorie counting. It offers professional sleep insight as one of the most practical functions. It helps track, record, and even analyze your sleep. From the sleep curve on the paired app, you’ll get a precise insight into your sleep habit and even quality. It records the time you go to sleep and wake up, the specific time and percentage of deep sleep, light sleep and REM periods.

We were really impressed with the smart band’s AMOLED touch and large color screen with adjustable screen brightness, dynamic and vivid display. It comes with a home button control and features a celt clip design that makes this band stay firmly attached to your wrist.

The Mi Smart Band 5 is a trendy wearable device that is built to closely monitor your health status and accentuate your overall fashion quotient. This smart band comes with 24-hour sleep monitoring and it upgrades to sleep analysis technology that has boosted accuracy, offering you a professional interpretation of your sleeping patterns. It also has the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) feature, which is an important sleep stage that allows the body to recover.

In addition to all this, the smart band comes with personal activity intelligence that calculates your personal vitality index using sex, age, heart rate and other data, and gives suggestions for activities that may improve your score.

Considered to be one of the best running watches, the Polar M430 GPS Running Watch comes with the sleep smarts feature to keep it on our wrists around the clock. The Polar Sleep Plus system uses the watch’s accelerometer to deliver highly insightful feedback, and it gives you actual sleep time and not the time you spent in bed. It also tracks your interruptions and delivers data on continuous sleep periods.

In addition to this, you can even rate your sleep and measure it against your workout session and changes to your training schedule. All of these features within the Polar companion app, enable you to track sleep quality over time, and it fuses well with the rest of your active day, which can become rather addictive.

One of the pioneers of the smartwatch world, the Apple Watch Series 6 acts like a personal trainer and takes care of your physical health really closely. With the Sleep app on Apple Watch, you can create bedtime schedules to help you meet your sleep goals. Wear your watch to bed, and Apple Watch can track your sleep. When you wake up, open the Sleep app to learn how much sleep you got and see your sleep trends over the past 14 days.

As per the brand, even if your Apple Watch is charged less than 30 percent before you go to bed, you’re prompted to charge it. In the morning, just glance at the greeting to see how much charge remains. In addition to this, oxygen saturation, blood oxygen, always-on retina display and always-on altimeter are some of the major features of the smartwatch.

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