Sleep Coach

Personalized insight from your own life designed to help you sleep better.

What Is Sleep Coach?

A good night’s sleep sets the table for success. Good sleep can help you feel better, think better, and even improve your mood. Not surprisingly, given the chance, most people say that they want to sleep better. The question is how. Once you go to bed, there isn’t much you can do to improve your sleep quality. Evidence shows, however, there are clear connections between what you do during the day and how well you sleep at night. Knowing how your decisions during the day will affect your sleep at night unlocks the possibility of better, more informed decisions and lifestyle choices.

Sleep Coach makes personalized recommendations to help you sleep better using real-world data about your own stress, recovery, and physical activity patterns recorded during the day and night.

  • Sleep better with input from your daily life
  • Put your activity and lifestyle tracking to work
  • Create better routines that promote good sleep

How Does It Work?

Devices that offer continuous, round-the-clock monitoring unlock the possibility of personalized advice for better sleep based on your own real-world situation. This is achieved by examining your day, looking for meaningful stress and recovery patterns, daily physical activity levels, the strenuousness and timing of your workouts, and more. Independently and in conjunction, these elements are interpreted based on how they are known to influence various aspects of sleep duration and restorative power.

For example, if the onset of recovery during sleep is delayed or weakened as a result of going for a late evening run, your device can alert you the next day. Other examples include irregular bedtimes, excessive stress levels, and even for more unique situations like acclimation to high-altitude environments. Feedback is always geared to help you improve. General tips for better sleep are also included, so you have a chance to discover how diverse elements like the timing and composition of meals, screen time, and bedroom arrangements affect your sleep.