You’ve got your gym gear, a fridge full of healthy food, and even an ergonomic desk setup. But is your bedroom optimized for sleep?
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Sleep logging with Fitbit continues to evolve. In addition to monitoring your sleep, it’s now also possible to set sleep goals, see your sleep stages, and get on-device bedtime reminders. But that’s not all. Below, all the ways Fitbit can help you sleep better and smarter. 6 Sleep-Boosting Fitbit Features Track your sleep All Fitbit...
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