Google announced today that Fitbit is introducing a new premium feature called “Sleep Profile,” which will offer users a new longitudinal analysis of sleep patterns while making sleep data easier to interpret.
The new Sleep Profile feature will analyze sleep across 10 key metrics, including new data points like bedtime consistency, the time before sound sleep and disrupted sleep. These new data points, along with previously tracked metics like sleep duration and restfulness, will give users a month-long view of their sleep patterns and quality. You will be provided with ideal ranges for each range to see where your results fall and to determine where you can improve.
To receive an assessment, you need to wear your Fitbit device to sleep for at last 14 nights per calendar month. The company notes that the more you wear the device to sleep, the more precise the assessment will be, as sleep ...
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