1. Rene Braun's Avatar
    What makes Band assume that a person woke up?
    12-10-2014 11:28 AM
  2. MikeInBA's Avatar
    I assume a deviation in heart rate and location.
    12-10-2014 12:10 PM
  3. Rene Braun's Avatar
    odd part is she doesn't remember waking up. So I'm thinking is she sleepwalking or is she tossing around too much or is her heart rate too high ?
    12-10-2014 12:17 PM
  4. MikeInBA's Avatar
    odd part is she doesn't remember waking up. So I'm thinking is she sleepwalking or is she tossing around too much or is her heart rate too high ?
    I wouldnt think so. But Im not sure. On Monday I had an adrenaline inducing dream and woke up but didnt move around. It didnt record that I was awake. Also, I wake up more than a few times a night just to turn on my side and that isnt recorded either. Ask her to check the number of steps she has taken before she goes to bed and after after she wakes up. Maybe that could provide a clue.
    12-10-2014 12:26 PM
  5. MatsuDano's Avatar
    It's not unreasonable to think that she woke up and doesn't remember. This happens often during normal sleep patterns.
    12-10-2014 01:38 PM
  6. eyecrispy's Avatar
    My band sleep results were always almost exactly opposite of what my Up24 showed. Sometimes, it said I only got 28min of deep sleep over a 7 hour stretch. I felt rested and my Up24 showed 4+ hours of deep sleep. Honestly, I question the sleep data from the band. When I know I've had a bad night, my Up24 showed it. Then band seems to be erratic.
    12-10-2014 01:42 PM
  7. Rene Braun's Avatar
    For me, the band seems to work correctly. That is why I was surprised at her findings. Obviously we all are different so her readings could be also correct but I was just wondering what factored into determining 'wake up' condition.
    12-10-2014 01:44 PM
  8. DroidUser42's Avatar
    I've always assumed it was some kind of motion. Perhaps turning over in your sleep. "10" is about my normal number, so I wouldn't worry about it.

    And it is quite normal if awakened for a short period of time not to remember it the next day.
    12-10-2014 02:12 PM
  9. MatsuDano's Avatar
    We've all had that one friend that sleep talks and doesn't remember.

    If you don't know who that friend is in your circle, it's you.
    12-10-2014 02:32 PM
  10. steve cooper's Avatar
    How does it know the difference between deep sleep and not so deep?
    12-12-2014 10:39 PM
  11. Snow Wight's Avatar
    How does it know the difference between deep sleep and not so deep?
    Your heart rate drops lower.
    12-13-2014 12:05 PM
  12. DroidUser42's Avatar
    Your heart rate drops lower.
    Not supported by the graph in my last sleep. It shows me going into deep sleep when my heart rate is still sinking and higher than non-deep sleep. I wouldn't rule out HR as a element, but I think the real answer is "we don't know".
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    12-13-2014 02:07 PM
  13. Boss Fight's Avatar
    I wake up between 9-17 times a night. I am a light sleeper and that doesn't surprise me in the slightest.
    12-13-2014 04:27 PM
  14. Snow Wight's Avatar
    Not supported by the graph in my last sleep. It shows me going into deep sleep when my heart rate is still sinking and higher than non-deep sleep. I wouldn't rule out HR as a element, but I think the real answer is "we don't know".
    Interestingly, I noted that my heart rate went up to 120 during a period of deep sleep. I have surmised that I must have been in REM sleep and having a very bad dream !
    12-13-2014 06:44 PM
  15. onlysublime's Avatar
    people don't remember waking up. a person with sleep apnea may wake up 100 times a night and not know it
    12-13-2014 08:06 PM
  16. dorelse's Avatar
    10x isn't a concern, I'm always between 5-10x per night.

    If your friend is concerned, have her meet with a Sleep specialist...no one on the internet is qualified to judge her sleep health based on the MS Band's readings. Only a sleep study will tell her if she's getting healthy sleep if that's a concern of hers.

    12-15-2014 10:08 AM
  17. YKinase's Avatar
    I get this as well, waking up 7-10X. This is similar to the BASIS band and the Jawbone UP data.
    12-15-2014 10:13 AM
  18. dorelse's Avatar
    Your heart rate drops lower.
    That assumption does not match up to the Band's HR/Sleep overlay view...my lowest heart rate during the night is at an 'awake' time.
    12-15-2014 10:17 AM
  19. KindaConfusedAndTroubled's Avatar
    My band is telling me I wake up multiple times during the night. By checking the time span of when I was in bed verses the time length for when I was asleep I can find a forty minute discrepancy. Occaisonally I can wake up with my legs completely exhausted, like I just ran six miles, (I am a runner). I am getting a little worried at this. Any thoughts?
    02-17-2016 11:16 PM
  20. DroidUser42's Avatar
    Occaisonally I can wake up with my legs completely exhausted, like I just ran six miles, (I am a runner). I am getting a little worried at this. Any thoughts?
    Sounds like a discussion for your doctor - or at least a medical forum.
    02-18-2016 01:12 AM

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