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How to track sleep on your Apple Watch – Fox News

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Kurt Knutsson shares how to use your Apple Watch to help you track your sleep 
Nothing is worse than waking up in the morning feeling groggy and lethargic because you didn’t get a good night’s sleep. We need our sleep to feel energized and ready to take on our busy lives each day. That’s where your Apple Watch can step in to help.
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The Apple Watch device comes with a unique feature called the Sleep app. This app allows you to create sleep schedules so that you can meet your bedtime goals every single night. As long as you wear your watch on your wrist when you go to bed, the Sleep app will track your sleeping patterns throughout the night and tell you how long you remained in each sleeping stage (REM, core and deep).
This feature is available on all watches with the OS7 update, including the Apple Watch Series 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
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The Sleep app has all kinds of useful features to make sure you get the best sleep possible. You can create multiple schedules for different days of the week, depending on what you want to achieve for that night. Some great features include:
Here’s where to find the Sleep app on your Apple Watch. (Apple)
Once your Sleep app is set up on your device, you can adjust all its features to what you want them to be in order to get the best results possible.
You can set a “bedtime” and “wake up” alarm on your Apple Watch. (Apple)
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The Apple Watch can track your sleep stages. (Apple)
You can see how many hours of sleep you got each night. (Apple)
After you wear your Apple Watch to bed, you can then see how your breathing was throughout the night while you slept by checking the Health app on your iPhone.
The Apple Watch can also track your breathing rate while you sleep. (Apple)
This fall, Apple released a slew of new products, including three new smartwatches that will track your health, last all day, and save your life. I was at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, alongside Tim Cook as he debuted the Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE, and the all-new Apple Watch Ultra.
Be sure to read my reviews of these Apple Watches by heading over to CyberGuy.com and search “Apple Watch.”
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