Sleep better with Polar Sleep Plus™, Polar’s advanced sleep tracking & analysis solution. Track your sleep, get sleep feedback and let detailed sleep insights guide you towards better sleeping habits.
Polar Sleep Plus automatically tracks your sleep and gives you valuable insights to your night. Your Polar tracker monitors your movements with a built-in 3D accelerometer — it automatically detects when you fall asleep and when you wake up. Polar’s precise sleep metrics provide a detailed overview of your sleep every night.
Find out when you fell asleep and woke up and how long you spent sleeping.
Discover how much of your sleep time you actually were asleep during the night.
Each night’s sleep normally includes several short wake-up periods - some are so short we don’t even remember them in the morning. Polar Sleep Plus shows you when these interruptions happened.
Learn whether your sleep was continuous or fragmented and compare nights with a simple 1-5 scale value.
Set an individual sleep time preference and see if you sleep as much as you wish to.
Good sleeping habits are based on a solid routine. Follow your weekly sleep stats to get to know your sleeping patterns.
Rate your z’s on a five-step scale to get more detailed feedback about the amount and quality of your sleep.
Get feedback of your sleep after each night.
These Polar sport watches and fitness trackers come with Sleep Plus.
On average, we spend a third of our lives sleeping. Catching a good night’s sleep can help boost your mental well-being and will leave you energised and ready to take on the day.
The importance of sleep isn’t just in how you feel in the morning: in the long run, sleeping well and enough can reduce the risk of chronic illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease.
Read more about a good night’s sleep in the Polar blog.
When it comes to sports performance and fitness, sleep and rest are just as important as training and nutrition.
Sleep plays a major part in recovering after a workout - that’s when your body goes through many of its most important recovery processes, such as muscle growth and tissue repair. If you want to achieve your training goals, make sure you don’t skimp on those z’s.
Learn more about sleep and sports in the Polar blog.
Sleep needs vary from person to person, but most adults require around 8 hours of good quality sleep per night to feel well-rested and energised. Your sleep needs depend on factors such as age, lifestyle and health.
Find the right amount of sleep for your body by keeping an eye on how you feel when you wake up and during the day: after a good night’s sleep you should feel well rested and energised.
Find out more about sleep needs in the Polar blog.
Sleep monitoring gives you a realistic idea of your sleeping habits and sleep quality. Learning how much and how well you really sleep helps you recognise which aspects of daily routine and sleep hygiene may affect your sleep and need adjusting.
How you sleep is always individual — instead of comparing your sleep stats to others, follow your own long-term sleeping patterns to get a full understanding of how you sleep.
See more sleep hygiene tips in the Polar blog.
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