Coronavirus Update: 3 Years of complete sleep history. This history allowed us to compare 2020 sleep patterns to historic 2019 and 2018 sleep patterns. Three years of data now clearly confirm that in 2020 during shelter-in-place, on average, we sleep more, go to bed later, and wake up later. As we gradually reopen the patterns […]
COVID-19 Pattern study: After reading this piece from National Geographic: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/07/coronavirus-deadlier-than-many-believed-infection-fatality-rate-cvd/ We looked at the data to see whether for some key typical states there was a measurable difference in people traveling away from their homes. The data shows that there is a significant difference between states such as California, New York, and states like […]
With the power of several million nights of PSG-grade sleep information anonymized in the cloud (over 100 million nights of sleep) and the built-in Sleeptracker®-AI analytics, we looked at the impact of COVID-19 on snoring. Snoring is a very important metric as it is typically a precursor of serious conditions such as apnea or COPD. […]
With the power of several years of PSG-grade sleep information anonymized in the cloud (over 100 million nights of sleep) and the built-in Sleeptracker®-AI analytics, we compared 2020 sleep patterns to historic 2019 sleep patterns. The Data shows that during shelter-in-place, on average, we sleep more, go to bed later, and wake up later compared […]
As the US economy reopens, we looked at the anonymized data to find some indicators of behavioral changes. The metric that we used was to look at the sleeping habits before, during, and after shelter-in-place. During shelter-in-place most stayed put. When reopening happened patterns started to trend towards normalized. What is remarkable is the impact […]
COVID-19: Previously we showed that with shelter-in-place on average we sleep longer, get more REM sleep, get less deep sleep and we snore less. We looked at the data to see whether shelter-in-place had changed the number of times we had gotten out of bed each night and/or how long we stayed out of bed. […]
Previously we reported that the data shows, before and after shelter-in-place, our sleep patterns changed. On average we sleep longer get more REM sleep but get less deep sleep. In this analysis, we look at the data and observe that since sheltering-in-place we snore less. That’s true for females and males. Males tend to snore […]
A silver lining: Following the COVID-19 shelter-in-place directives we are getting more of much-needed sleep! This should help strengthen our immune system and improve our health! The data may also show that people’s bedtime hasn’t changed much, but with fewer constraints, schools closed and many workplaces closed, people, in general, have relaxed their wakeup time. […]
Coronavirus and such future events are important. Of course, the flu, colds, and recovery are part of our daily lives. Our Sleeptracker-AI tools looked at our sleep vitals in a multiyear aggregation. We used Sleeptracker labeled data and Fullpower’s AI-powered supervised machine learning tools to help us interpolate, extrapolate and perhaps anticipate!
For the first time in 50 years, Kansas City fans enjoyed an extraordinary evening. Their sleep stats showed for celebration. Congratulations!