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Tracking Sleep

Getting enough sleep is essential to your overall physical well-being. The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute has determined a direct link between sleep deficiency and an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity and several other serious health risks. Seven to eight hours of sleep per night is recommended to prevent illness and maintain personal wellness.

When worn to bed, your UP2 automatically tracks the duration of your sleep in two different stages, both associated with frequency of movement while at rest. Light sleep indicates more movement and restlessness, while Sound sleep is characterized by less movement and stillness.

Once synced, the UP App displays a detailed view of your sleep data and provides insight into your sleep patterns. Smart Coach analyzes your sleep data further, offering related tips and suggestions designed to promote and develop healthy sleep habits.

 

Understanding Your Sleep Data

UP presents your synced sleep data in two ways.

Sleep summaries—accessible from the purple progress bar on the UP home screen—offer a comprehensive overview of each day’s synced sleep data (including naps lasting longer than two hours).

Individual sleep records—accessible via cards in the UP activity feed—provide detailed information for each instance of recorded sleep, which can be shared on social media and with your UP friends.

 

 

 

 

Sleep Summary

The sleep summary screen presents detailed sleep data collected by your UP2, including:

  • Time you went to sleep
  • Time you woke up
  • Total time you were asleep
  • Total amount of Light sleep
  • Total amount of Sound sleep
  • Total time in bed
  • Number of times you woke up
  • Total time you were awake
  • Number and duration of naps
  • Rolling seven-day sleep trend

 

Sleep Records

Sleep records contain information specific to each instance of your recorded sleep. Individual sleep records appear as purple cards in your UP activity feed each time your band syncs new sleep data. Tapping a purple card reveals a graph view of the selected sleep record.

Sleep records display data similar to your sleep summary, and also include:

  • Ability to add and receive comments on sleep records
  • Ability to make sleep records private
  • Ability to share sleep records with UP friends
  • Ability to share sleep records on social media

 

Adjusting Your Sleep Data

While UP tracks your sleep automatically, you can also manually adjust the recorded duration of any sleep record.

  1. From the UP home screen, tap the purple progress bar to open your sleep summary.
  2. To edit on iOS, tap Edit. To edit on Android, tap the edit icon in the upper-right corner.
  3. Use the drop down menus to adjust your sleep duration.
  4. Last, tap the checkmark in the upper-right corner to confirm and save your updated sleep record.

 

Adding Sleep Records

UP makes it easy to add sleep records when your band isn’t worn to bed. You can also add past sleep and manually log naps.

  1. From the UP home screen, tap the blue plus icon then tap the moon icon.
  2. From the sleep log screen, use the drop down menus to adjust your sleep duration.
  3. Last, tap the checkmark in the upper-right corner to confirm and save your sleep record.

Note: The purple progress bar on the UP home screen displays a moon icon and plus sign whenever sleep activity is not detected. In these instances, tapping the progress bar will also open the sleep log screen (as shown above).

Confirming Your Sleep Data

When sleep data from your UP2 is unavailable, UP estimates sleep duration based on your interaction with your smart device. The app will prompt you to confirm the sleep estimate via a moon icon and question mark in the purple progress bar, as well as a purple card in your activity feed.

  1. From the UP home screen, tap the question mark icon in the purple progress bar.
  2. From the sleep log screen, use the drop down menus to adjust your sleep duration.
  3. Last, tap the checkmark in the upper right corner to confirm and save your sleep record.

Manual Sleep Tracking

According to a study conducted by the Center for Disease Control, the average American falls asleep within 15 to 20 minutes. With manual sleep tracking, UP measures how long it takes you to fall asleep. Regular use of this feature can help detect trends beneficial to your sleep health.

  1. Tap the band icon in the upper-right corner of the UP home screen.
  2. From the right menu, tap Sleep Tracking.
  3. To enter manual sleep mode, tap Start Sleep. Your band will vibrate and the moon icon will flash once sleep mode has started.
  4. To exit manual sleep mode, tap End Sleep or just begin moving. Your band will vibrate and the runner icon will flash once sleep mode has ended.

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