How We Sleep With Garmin – World Sleep Day

Garmin Fenix 7 rem deep Sleep stage How We Sleep With Garmin – World Sleep Day

Unsurprisingly, the data also found that sleep scores decrease with age; with those aged 13-30 achieving an average score of 73 and those aged 31-40 averaging a score of 71. 41-50-year-olds saw an average score of 70, with those aged 51-60 getting a score of 68, 61–70-year-olds managing an average of 66 and lastly, 71–80-year-olds getting an average sleep score of 63.

Whilst the Dutch are the best sleepers in the world, the Brits are catching up and are the most improving nation.

The UK’s average sleep score according to Garmin Connect data is 71.43, up from 69.29 last year.

Sleep score and accompanying insights are lifestyle-oriented additions to compatible Garmin watches with advanced sleep tracking. Here, a Garmin watch captures when a wearer falls asleep and tracks sleep stages, including light, deep and REM sleep.

 

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Via: endurance.biz

 

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1 thought on “How We Sleep With Garmin – World Sleep Day

  1. Dutch sleep score might be a bit off. I’m dutch and my fr 965 detects sleep while I’m clearly awake.

    Garmin sleep score is a bit bs, which makes this garmin report also a bit bs.

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