Louis Lye, Fitbit

Louis Lye, Fitbit

23 September 2019
Influence: How activity tracker Fitbit can help improve your sleep
Singaporeans have an average nightly sleep of 7 hours and 5 minutes, making them the third most sleep-deprived after Japanese and Indians, this according to activity tracker Fitbit. Singaporeans also only get on average 80 minutes of REM sleep, which is a crucial aspect for emotion regulation and memory and the peak stage of protein synthesis at the cellular level and important in keeping many processes in the body working properly. How is activity tracker Fitbit using technology to help you understand your sleep patterns for you to get your best sleep? Louis Lye, Regional Director of Fitbit Southeast Asia shares more.

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