When exercising and eating right weren’t moving the scale, Kaiwiola used a Fitbit tracker to discover the one habit he still needed to improve.
When it comes to breathing, how you do it is almost as important as the air.
Have you noticed periods of restlessness in your personal sleep data on the Fitbit app? Here’s what’s normal and what’s not.
Stay up late, get up early, sleep in—turns out, irregular bedtimes and wake ups aren’t good for you. Learn why experts recommend having a sleep schedule.
Take a look at the findings from recent Fitbit data, and see how your personal bedtime numbers compare.
Want to take your exercise goals to the next level? Learn how a pillow can do more for you than a new pair of sneakers.
Research shows regular exercise can help you catch better Zzz’s. Learn more about the sleep-sweat connection.
Yes, a glass of wine can make you feel sleepy, but using it to fall asleep is not a good idea. Here’s why.
When Fitbit data scientists sat down to think about what makes a city fit, they put YOU front and center.
Worse than maxing out a credit card, racking up a sleep debt can create health issues that are harder to fix than a bank statement that’s in the red.