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Sleep Score for Today

Saturday, September 07, 2019


Slept from 1:04am--4:46am

Got up and started laundry at 5am, had coffee and logged into sparkpeople. When laundry was finished I went down to the EDR for breakfast.
Then I came home and decided to lay down while I was checking something online and ended up falling back asleep.


Slept 7:33am--11:27am

Well I can say I slept over 6 hours..which is my goal for every day. Fitbit even gave me a star for making that goal today. Fitbit doesn't really care if its 6 hours all at one time together or if I take a 2 or 3 hour naps a few times a day. Personally for me...I would rather get my 6 hours split up like I did today. Because if I sleep 6 hours straight then I wake up with "brain fog", and I still feel tired for a couple hours.

On the rare day that got 9 hours of total sleep in one day, last week, the whole day was kinda shot. But Fitbit gave me a higher excellent sleep score. Well it might have been excellent according to Fitbit standards but not according to mine.

Well it's now 12:39 and I should get ready for work. And I need to get stepping because I am in a Weekend Warrior challenge and when I fell asleep for the second time this morning, I lost my first place spot.
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  • MRSLIVINGWELL
    I have read that consistency really contributes to overall sleep healthfullness. I have one day a week I must get up at 4 am and that makes me wake up for the next 5 days at that time. I am considering just shifting to that wakeup time every day, or at least making the other days closer in time, like 5am.

    Mrslivingwell
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    90 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    great!
    91 days ago
  • MORTICIAADDAMS
    I am not real impressed with the Fitbit sleep function.
    91 days ago
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