Tracking Sleep Score with the Galaxy Watch3
Use your Galaxy Watch3 to track your sleep and analyse how effective your sleep was. The Galaxy Watch3 will monitor and track the different stages (Awake, REM, Light & Deep) of your sleep and give you a better understanding what your body is doing during each stage. Your heart rate and motion data is also recorded throughout your sleep and provide you a score against other individuals in the same age bracket as you. Follow the below guide to learn how to track and understand your sleep score.
Sleep management functions (REM cycles, deep sleep, and total sleep time) on the watch can be used as standalone, but smartphone pairing is recommended in order to see sleep score. Insight only available on paired smartphone. Galaxy Watch3 is not a medical/therapeutic device. Fitness and health functions (including SleepScore and Fall Detection) are for informational purposes only. Using Samsung Health app with Galaxy Watch3 requires signup and pairing with your compatible smartphone. Using Samsung Health app with Galaxy Watch3 requires signup and pairing with your compatible smartphone.
Please Note: This guide is designed for Australian variant Galaxy devices, if you have an international device and require further support click here to get in otuch with your Samsung subsidiary. Screenshots were captured from a Galaxy Watch3 & Galaxy Note20, settings and steps may vary depending on your Galaxy device.
Prior to following the below guide ensure that you have successfully paired your Galaxy Watch3 to your compatible smartphone, check out our guide Pair a device with the Galaxy Wearable app for more information.
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