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How Much Sleep Do Fitbit Users Really Get? A New Study Finds Out

How Much Sleep Do Fitbit Users Really Get? A New Study Finds Out

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The Sleep Sweet Spot

The Sleep Sweet Spot

The average Fitbit user:

  • Is in bed for 7hours, 33 minutes per night
  • Sleeps only 6 hours, 38 minutes
  • Spends 55 minutes in a restless or awake state.

People who sleep less than 5 hours a night don't get enough deep sleep. Deep sleep is important for cell regeneration, human growth hormone secretion, and feeling refreshed.

The Gender Sleep Gap

The Gender Sleep Gap

Among Fitbit users:

  • Women get about 25 minutes more sleep on average.
  • Men get a slightly higher percentage of deep sleep than women until around age 55. Then women get more deep sleep.
  • Women get 10 more minutes per night REM sleep.

The Generational Divide

The Generational Divide

When it comes to Fitbit users:

  • Generation Z goes to sleep the latest, but they sleep longer.
  • Baby Boomers sleep the least, averaging 6 hours and 33 minutes per night.
  • REM and light sleep stay reasonably stable throughout a person's life.
  • Deep sleep decreases from 17 percent at age 20 to 12 percent at age 70.

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