Sleep tracking is always an essential factor for users to choose a wearable band. Most of the customers want to track their sleep patterns and sleep scores each morning. The fitness bands or smartwatches have now become more advanced in monitoring your sleep and advise you on how to improve your daily sleep. Fitbit Charge 3 & Charge 4 are such devices to track your sleep accurately. Charge 4 is a new & advanced tracker that comes with improved tracking. Also, the sleep data in your Fitbit app detect blood oxygen saturation, which means it tells you oxygen level n your body.
The Fitbit app has a sleep section to sync the sleep history of your Charge 3 & Charge 4. The sleep score divided in asleep, restless & time spent awake patterns. All the Fitbit devices come with advanced sensors, and you don’t have to enable sleep tracking from the app. By default, the Fitbit wearable will track your sleep pattern, and then each morning, you can sync it with the Fitbit app. To use the sleep tracking on Fitbit Charge 3 & Charge 4, follow this guide. First, download & install the Fitbit app on your paired smartphone so you could sync your sleep data with the app. After that, follow these steps.
Sleep Tracking on Fitbit Charge 4
1. Open Fitbit app
2. From the upper left corner, open your Profile
3. Scroll down and tap on Sleep
4. You can also open it from the main screen
5. Search the sleep icon & click on it
6. Here you will see synchronized sleep score
7. To change the settings, tap on the Settings icon
In the Settings, you can set Time Asleep Goal, Target Sleep Schedule, Bedtime Reminder & Sleep Insights data.
In the Sleep Goal option, you can set your sleep goal like 8 hours, 8.5 hours, or 9 hours.
Target Sleep Schedule lets you set time for bedtime and wake up time.
The Reminder option helps you to make a habit of sleeping on time. On specific time, it will alert you to go to bed. The tracker and paired smartphone will remind you about the sleep time.
Sleep Insights includes all the regular sleep data in the Sleep section, and some times it sends you notifications.
Once you wake up in the morning, sync your Fitbit Charge 3 or Charge 4. After that, come to the Sleep section to check the Sleep patterns. It will define your sleep history in Sleep Score, Hours Slept, Sleep Schedule, and Hours in Sleep Stages.
Now you know how to use sleep tracking on Fitbit Charge 3 & Charge 4. The monitoring is accurate, and results are comparable with Mi Band 5, Apple Watch Series 5, Huawei Band 4 with TruSleep & Galaxy Watch Active 2. Use it every night and tell us about your sleeping pattern in the comment section.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.