How do you sleep? Sarah McNaughton, editor of Every Day Health tells us all!
“I had volunteered myself for a sleep experiment. For 33 nights, I went to bed with an elastic heart rate band around my waist that recorded my pulse and transmitted data via Bluetooth to the SleepRate app on a smartphone. Unlike sleep apps that attempt to monitor movement in bed to track a person’s sleep patterns, the heart rate band is better able to assess when and how deeply I was sleeping. The app developers told me that while the data wasn’t exactly what you’d get from a sleep lab, it was about 80 percent as accurate.”
Click here to read more about how Sarah McNaughton, edior or @everydayhealth solved her sleep problems with @SleepRate!