Understanding Your Sleep

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When you wear your watch to sleep, Pebble Health tracks how much rest you’re getting. To better understand the sleep graphs on your watch and Pebble app, see the guides below.

On your Pebble
To view sleep data on your watch, press the Up button to open Pebble Health,  then use the Up button to navigate to the sleep card. In the daily view, you can see:
  • Your most recent sleep session.  The shaded portion of your sleep graph and the number below show how long your most recent snooze was.
  • Your typical sleep session for that day of the week. The two lines on your sleep graph and the number below ‘Typical [Day]’ show your typical sleep and wake times.
 
In these graphs, typical refers to your average amount of sleep for a particular night, based on the data you’ve collected so far. This will likely change over time as you continue using Pebble Health.
 
From your daily sleep graph, you can also press the Select button to see:
  • Sleep tracking for the past week, plus your 30-day average.
  • The amount of deep sleep you got during your last sleep session.
  • Exactly when you fell asleep and woke up last night
 

In the Pebble app
The bottom graph of your Pebble app’s Health section has more details about your sleep.  You’ll be able to see:
  • Your total hours slept and deep sleep. Deep sleep is shown in dark blue, while lighter blue indicates light sleep.
  • Your typical sleep for that day of the week. Yellow bars indicate the typical amount of sleep you get, while your typical deep and total sleep stats are listed under the graph.
In these graphs, typical refers to your average amount of sleep for a given night, based on the data you’ve collected so far. This will likely change over time as you continue using Pebble Health.

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