You can access your detailed sleep data for each sleep session in the “My History” section of the app. Once your data has synced, you will be able to open the history item to see a detailed breakdown.
There are three key elements to understanding your detailed historical view:
- Sleep onset score
- Session overview
1. SLEEP ONSET SCORE
This is a score out of ten scoring how quickly you fell asleep.
2. SESSION OVERVIEW
Our algorithms now group your sleep session into four stages:
- Awake: brief periods of waking are a normal part of sleep
- Light sleep: is normally more than half of your night. It is when your body processes memories and emotions
- Deep Sleep: is when rebuilding and repairing of your body happens. The thinking parts of your brain are largely offline, and the body secretes growth hormone which helps with the rebuilding of your cells
- REM stands for Rapid Eye Movement: is when most of your dreams happen. Your heart rate increases and your breathing becomes irregular. It often occurs coming out of deep sleep and helps with mental restoration
We will be posting a more detailed blog post on how to understand your sleep session soon.
The hypnogram is a visual representation of your sleep stages at each time during your sleep.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU GET LESS THAN 2.5 HOURS SLEEP?
If you get less than 2.5 hours of sleep, your detailed historical view will look different as we haven’t received enough data to build a complete picture. We are still able to display a sleep onset score. But your session overview and hypnogram will be segmented into “Awake” and “Sleep” stages only.
HOW LONG DOES THE DETAILED SLEEP DATA TAKE TO SYNC?
After your sleep session, we begin processing your data before the detailed sleep data is available in your app. This process takes some time (sometimes over 10 minutes) and requires an internet connection. As your data is being processed, you’ll see a message on your session in “My History” saying “Syncing Sleep Data”.