Samsung provided tips for better sleep on World Sleep Day

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There is a reason why we sleep for about a third of our lives: sleep helps our bodies and minds recover, and not getting enough of it makes it harder to perform well and think clearly. However, getting a good night’s sleep has become increasingly difficult for many people over the past few years. Because of this, Samsung is putting sleep at the forefront by highlighting the significance of healthy sleeping habits worldwide and recognizing that getting enough quality sleep is essential to our overall health.

Through cutting-edge technologies like the Galaxy Watch 5 series, Samsung hopes to assist people in optimizing their evenings just as it does their daytime activities. As sleep monitoring becomes more and more popular as a health trend, approximately 50% of Galaxy Watch users track their sleep patterns at least once a week, with 40% doing so more than three times a week.1 This helps build good habits because it becomes easier to improve and maintain your sleep patterns once you understand them, resulting in a healthier night’s sleep.

Samsung is providing helpful advice on how to get a good night’s sleep in honor of World Sleep Day, which falls on March 17, and Sleep Awareness Week®, which is organized by the National Sleep Foundation.

Improve Your Habits By Understanding Your Sleep Pattern

Because everyone’s sleep pattern is different, it’s important to know what makes you different, and Samsung has made it easy to track and understand. Take the BioActive Sensor on the Galaxy Watch. It keeps track of your individual sleeping patterns, such as when you wake up when you go into a deep sleep, and your blood oxygen level, and it shows you the results in an easy-to-understand way in the Samsung Health app the following day.

However, tracking isn’t enough; developing healthy habits is just as important, and Samsung makes it simple with Sleep Coaching. It uses a program that is made just for you and lasts for a whole month. It keeps track of your sleep patterns for seven days and then chooses one of eight sleep symbol animals to represent it. The next step in getting a good night’s sleep is getting started on healthy routines and habits with Sleep Coaching. It keeps track of your day-to-day activities and gives you advice on how to better manage them, from exercising and eating well to practicing mindfulness and keeping an eye on your health.

Make Your Space Sleep-Friendly

Even the environment in which we sleep matters, and even seemingly insignificant factors like the brightness of our screens or the temperature of the room can have an effect on how well we sleep. Sleep Mode automatically syncs between your Galaxy smartphone and Watch to mute notifications and change the phone background to grayscale, reducing distractions from mobile devices. Additionally, it prevents your Galaxy Watch from activating when you touch the display or move your wrist, turning off Always On Display.

SmartThings also lets you control a wide range of smart home products made by Samsung and partners when it comes to connected home devices. Additionally, your Galaxy Watch can automatically close the blinds in your bedroom, turn off the lights, and turn off the air conditioner when you fall asleep.

With a better understanding of your sleep patterns, you can establish healthy routines to get better sleep and improve your overall health. Samsung is committed to enhancing our individual health experiences with sleep-centered solutions in the future. Samsung’s holistic sleep vision will be realized through ongoing strategic partnerships with industry leaders, such as the National Sleep Foundation, which will provide even more intuitive and actionable insights to assist everyone in achieving their wellness objectives.


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