Today (March 21) is World Sleep Day, and the purpose of this event is to draw attention to the importance and quality of sleep. After entering the 21st world, as the pace of life accelerates, both students and working parties are facing great pressure, so how many nights have you not slept well?
Some people say that late sleep has gradually become an "epidemic of the times", presumably meaning that it is not unusual for current urban young people to sleep late, and it is rare to get early. Especially for those in the media, healthcare, education, gaming, and IT industries, staying up late has become commonplace.
There are two main types of staying up late: passive late sleep and active late sleep.
Passive late sleep means that in order to complete the work goal or suddenly come to the task while preparing to sleep, the normal sleep rhythm is disrupted. After finishing the work, although I was lying in bed and turning off the lights, I still couldn't go to sleep smoothly, so I went to stay up late.
Active late sleep means that it is not wise to stay up late at night. I also thought about going to bed early, but my body was very "honest" in delaying sleep. For example, lying in bed early to prepare for bed, but picking up the mobile phone and swiping for a few hours. After the reaction, it has already arrived in the early morning and gradually formed "late sleep obsessive-compulsive disorder."
Among them, we mainly face passive late sleep on weekdays and when going to school, and active late sleep on rest days. You can think about whether you will have difficulty getting up early after a long vacation. If so, most of the time, you are already in the night mode.
In order to alleviate the problem of staying up late and to form a morning habit, we can of course control ourselves through self-control. But including mobile phones, the Internet and other content will make us unable to go to bed early. At this time, you may need an early bed partner. At home, we can do the work for the family, but this is obviously not very realistic for us who are alone.
At this time, you may need to start with a smart watch, such as the Huawei Watch GT2 with built-in various body and sleep monitoring functions.
In addition to sleep monitoring, Huawei Watch GT2 also adds functions such as stress and heart rate detection, which can record users' various physical data for 24 hours.
Although our insomnia is mainly manifested in shortened sleep time and decreased quality (or short sleep time), it is also determined by our physical conditions such as stress. Therefore, comprehensive testing can find the source of the problem and solve the sleep problem.
With the Huawei Watch GT2 and the Huawei Sports Health App, the collected data can be displayed in various graphics and text description methods, so that users can more directly understand their physical conditions. Relevant pages will provide targeted suggestions based on statistical information, even if you don't know the professional knowledge, you can understand how you need to improve your life and sleep.
In the Huawei Sports Health App, you can see data such as the ratio of deep sleep and light sleep. Each piece of data can be clicked to view the corresponding suggestions. For example, the high rate of rapid eye movements is directly related to dreams during sleep. With reference to the suggestions given, make sure you live and work properly and avoid caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine. In addition, the Huawei Watch GT2 can accurately record sporadic nap, which is very helpful for the nap in the office. Reasonably adjusting the lunch break is more conducive to improving office efficiency.
Therefore, when this World Sleep Day is approaching, you may wish to start with a Huawei Watch GT2, which can not only become your sports assistant, but also have a more refined sleep.