Many factors can influence the sleep score/quality that is measured when you track your sleep with our app.

To keep it simple, it’s a mix of how regular your sleep is (your typical bed time), how many hours you sleep (compared to your sleep goal or an average of 7-8 hours) and your sleep environment quality (did our sleep tracker pick up too much noise during your sleep?).

The more you go to bed at a similar time and you sleep enough hours without too much noise recorded, the higher the sleep score/quality is.

Rest assured however and no panic if you get a low score. That score by itself does not mean you’re sleeping bad. What matters is that when you wake up, you are feeling refreshed and rested which normally happens if you’re following good sleep hygiene habits to improve your quality of sleep, and your overall health.

We suggest this article from our blog: Poor Sleep Hygiene: Are you guilty of it?

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