You can use Microsoft Band to track how much and how well you’re sleeping.



Microsoft Band tracks the length and quality of your sleep using biometric data such as heart rate and motion. The Microsoft Band app and your Microsoft Health web dashboard use data collected by your Band to calculate and help you analyze your sleep quality.


Track your sleep

When you’re ready to go to sleep, you can use the Sleep Tile to start sleep tracking. Even if you don’t manually turn on sleep tracking, your Band will automatically detect when you fall asleep based on your level of movement.

Use the Sleep Tile to turn on sleep tracking

Step 1: Tap the Sleep Tile
The Sleep Tile
.

If you don’t see the Sleep Tile on your Band, use Manage Tiles in the phone app to add it. To learn more, see Manage tiles and notifications.

Step 2: Press the action button. Your Band will start tracking your sleep.

When you wake up:

Step 1: Press the power button.
Step 2: When the Sleep screen appears, press the action button.
Step 3: Tap Yes to stop sleep tracking.

Use automatic sleep detection

Even if you don’t turn on the Sleep Tile, your Band continuously monitors your motion to detect and track the length and quality of your sleep automatically.


Share your sleep data

Share your sleep data with your friends by posting it to social networking sites or via messaging or email. To learn more about sharing sleep data, see Sharing your activities.

Step 1: On your phone, tap the Microsoft Band app.
Step 2: On the Home screen, tap your latest sleep event.
Step 3: On the summary screen, choose your sleep data, scroll to the bottom of the screen, and tap share.

Delete your sleep data

If you don’t want to keep a record of your sleep data, delete it:

Step 1: On your phone, tap the Microsoft Band app.
Step 2: On the Home screen, tap your latest sleep event.
Step 3: On the summary screen, choose your sleep data, scroll to the bottom of the event, and tap delete > ok.

View your sleep data

There are several ways to see your sleep stats:

  • On your Band
  • In the Microsoft Band app on your phone
  • Online in your Microsoft Health web dashboard

On your Band

Your Band shows you key stats from your last monitored sleep.
Tap the Sleep Tile

The Sleep Tile
, and swipe left to see the following:


Sleep stats on the Microsoft Band,screen 1
  • Date of last monitored sleep

Sleep stats on the Microsoft Band,screen 2
  • How long you were asleep

Sleep stats on the Microsoft Band, screen 3
  • Efficiency percentage (time spent sleeping divided by total time)
  • How many times you woke up
  • How many calories you burned while sleeping

On the phone

The Microsoft Band app displays stats for both manually monitored and automatically detected sleep, including:


  • How long it took you to fall asleep
  • How much time you spent in restful sleep and in light sleep
  • How many times you woke up
  • Total time you were measuring your sleep
  • Resting heart rate while you slept
  • Number of calories burned
  • A graph of your sleep pattern, including restful sleep, light sleep, and awake time
  • A graph of your heart rate
  • Sleep Restoration, or how recovered your mind and body should be, based on your sleep session
Sleep data in the Microsoft Health app

To switch between the Sleep graph and the Heart Rate graph, tap anywhere on the chart. The small Sleep
The Sleep Tile
and Heart Heart icon icons at the top of the chart tell you which tab you’re on.

On the Home screen, tap Sleep

Sleep icon
to view data from the most recent time you tracked your sleep.


Tap the sleep pane to view statistics for most recent sleep.

View data from earlier times you tracked your sleep:

Step 1: Tap Menu , and then tap Activity History.
Step 2: Tap Sleep for the date you’re interested in.
View your recorded activities in the Microsoft Health app

To learn more, see Microsoft Band app overview.


Online in your Microsoft Health web dashboard

In addition to showing you the info you can see in the phone app, your Microsoft Health web dashboard provides advanced sleep tracking, analysis, and insights to help you achieve your wellness goals. View your sleep patterns over the past week or month to determine when you get the best sleep, and export your stats to an Excel spreadsheet or a comma-separated values (.csv) file.

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ID do Artigo: 4000337 - Última Revisão: 04/12/2016 - Revisão: 20

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