The Sleep Watch Team

Introducing Sleeping HRV Tracking

Our goal at SleepWatch is to help you sleep better. One way we aim to achieve this is by providing you with easy access to personalized insights that we believe can help reveal something important about your sleep and overall health. With more data at your disposal, you may be able to make better choices to help you achieve your best sleep. Our newest feature introduces the ability to track your Sleeping Heart Rate Variability (HRV). This new sleep metric—which is not the same measure as heart rate—may reveal unique attributes about your sleep quality and well-being.

Even More to Help You Take Charge

The latest season of your favorite show just dropped for streaming, and it turns out every episode ends with a cliffhanger. Suddenly, you look at the clock, horrified at how late it got. The next day, your alarm buzzes. It’s wake-up time. You’re groggy and dragging yourself out of bed seems like the last thing you want to do. Sound familiar? We’re happy to announce new features to help you regain control.

Start With Sleep Rhythm

Did you know that by simply going to bed and rising at the same time daily (Sleep Rhythm) you might be able to gain significant benefits? Sound too good to be true? Well, there's science behind those possibilities.

New in SleepWatch for the Apple Watch

In our continuing efforts to improve SleepWatch for all of our users, we are excited to announce some new features that we hope will improve your insight into sleep. You'll get feedback on the changes you are making with us and see how your data compares to SleepWatch users across the globe.

Premium: SleepWatch Score™, Comparisons, Reminders, Reports & More

Are you someone that gets a great night of sleep and ranks at the top of your peer group? Are you, instead, wrestling with sleep but don't know how your sleep is doing overall or how it changes day to day?

Sleep: On the Nature of Larks & Owls in Their Modern Habitat

Have you ever wondered why some people hit the gym at 6:00am and others tell you they never go to sleep before midnight and prefer to sleep in until 10:00am or 11:00am? Why is it that some people love mornings, while others hate getting up? Which one is better for your body, anyway?

Restful Sleep & Tips on How to Get More

As a Sleep Watch user do you ever ask yourself, "What is normal restful sleep?" Do you wish you could see how your Sleep Watch "Total Restful Sleep Time" compares to other Sleep Watch users?