The quality and length of your sleep almost always determines how the rest of your day develops. As you sleep less hours, you increase your chances of spending the day in a tired and crooked state. A restful night's sleep contributes significantly to attention and productivity. If you want to track your sleep patterns to find out how to improve your circadian rhythm, Samsung Health offers the following:
If Samsung Health is connected to a portable device such as a Galaxy Gear Smartwatch or Fitbit, Samsung Health can accurately track your system Keep track of sleep patterns based on time and activity, as well as any movements you make while you sleep. If you do not have a smartwatch or fitness band, the app can still track your sleep and wake-up times, though the process can be a bit more complicated. I'll show you how to do that.
: Record Your Sleep
Samsung Health's Sleep Tracking feature is largely automated the night. You do not have to keep it in bed with you. Just put it in the place where you would normally be at night. We've found that the app records sleep within 30 minutes of impact, usually faster. Interestingly, Samsung Health does not record the time when you get up in the middle of the night to briefly check your device, if you only use your handset for less than five minutes and fall asleep again. When you wake up the next morning, the app will register your alarm time from the moment you pick up your phone to access it.
If you usually access it Once you wake up for emails and messages, or disable the alarm you set, it's likely that Samsung Health will wake you up recorded correctly. If you need to perform other tasks in the morning routine, such as For example, to have breakfast and brush your teeth before checking your device, you'll most likely need to change your wake-up time for a more accurate shot. If you've set the length of your sleep properly, just tap the top right corner of the app's "Sleep" tile in the app small check marks, and you're ready to go. However, if you need to fix your sleep and wake-up times, tap the "Sleep" tile and edit the time by adjusting the schedule on the following page.
In addition to the time setting, you can also increase your sleep quality by tapping the stars – including one the lowest and five of the highest – rate along the bottom. If you've edited your sleep correctly, tap "Save" to record it.
Samsung Health automatically configures your sleep time goal based on your profile against information such as age and gender. However, these goals may not exactly match your daily routine. For example, if you need to work night shifts in your work schedule, a sleep target from 11:00 pm to 6:00 am may not be realistic.
If this is the case, you will need to adjust your sleep time goal in Samsung Health. You can do this by tapping the sleep field and then tapping the three-dot menu button in the top right corner and choosing Set Destination. From there, simply swipe the "bedtime" and "alarm" timebar to set your sleep destination.
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