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Don't snooze on Fitbit's new sleep schedule feature

James A. Martin | June 27, 2016
Fitbit's mobile apps just got a new feature that's designed to help users improve their sleep habits. It's simple to set up and adjust, and it could lead to healthier living.

Some other dedicated sleep trackers provide similar details, but Beddit ($149) is the only one I recommend, and some of its sleep improvement recommendations, such as "Choose a mattress that supports your body," are so obvious they're mostly useless.  

If you want to learn how to get better sleep and improve your overall health, Fitbit's new sleep schedule feature is another good reason to continuing using - or consider buying - one of its wearables.


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