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WHOOP Sleep

Accurately track your sleep with in-depth sleep performance monitoring and track how much sleep you need with our in-app sleep coach feature.

IN-DEPTH SLEEP MONITORING

Sleep is one of the most important things you can do to improve recovery, boost the immune system, and make fitness gains. WHOOP recommends hours of sleep needed for optimal recovery and tracks sleep stages, disturbances, respiratory rate, and more.

TRACK YOUR SLEEP PERFORMANCE

You know you need sleep, but how much do you need to recover and improve health? Quality of sleep is just as important as quantity. Track everything you’d need to know about your sleep with WHOOP from sleep stages, cycles, disturbances, and more.

TIME IN BED

Sometimes it takes time to fall asleep and we don’t get as much sleep as we think. WHOOP automatically detects how much time you spent in bed in addition to how much sleep you got so you can see how well you slept.

DISTURBANCES

Whether we toss and turn, share a bed, have a newborn, or have a bad night of sleep, our rest doesn’t always go undisturbed. Track how many disturbances you had while sleeping and see if your sleep was interrupted too often.

EFFICIENCY

Are you asleep when you’re in bed? Sometimes we periodically wake-up and have restless nights of sleep. With WHOOP you can track how efficient your sleep was.

RESPIRATORY RATE

Track your breathing while you sleep based on the numbers of breaths you take per minute. Shifts in this metric can signal changes in health.

LATENCY

Monitor how long it takes for you to fall asleep based on when you are attempting to go to bed. Latency is tracked when you manually set sleep as an activity.

TRACK YOUR SLEEP PERFORMANCE

You know you need sleep, but how much do you need to recover and improve health? Quality of sleep is just as important as quantity. Track everything you’d need to know about your sleep with WHOOP from sleep stages, cycles, disturbances, and more.

TIME IN BED

Sometimes it takes time to fall asleep and we don’t get as much sleep as we think. WHOOP automatically detects how much time you spent in bed in addition to how much sleep you got so you can see how well you slept.

DISTURBANCES

Whether we toss and turn, share a bed, have a newborn, or have a bad night of sleep, our rest doesn’t always go undisturbed. Track how many disturbances you had while sleeping and see if your sleep was interrupted too often.

EFFICIENCY

Are you asleep when you’re in bed? Sometimes we periodically wake-up and have restless nights of sleep. With WHOOP you can track how efficient your sleep was.

RESPIRATORY RATE

Track your breathing while you sleep based on the numbers of breaths you take per minute. Shifts in this metric can signal changes in health.

LATENCY

Monitor how long it takes for you to fall asleep based on when you are attempting to go to bed. Latency is tracked when you manually set sleep as an activity.

MONITOR HOW MUCH SLEEP YOU NEED

You don’t just need 8 hours of sleep. How much sleep your body needs is unique to you based on how you’ve been sleeping and how strenuous your day is. Get insight into how much sleep your body really needs with WHOOP.

Baseline

We all need different amounts of sleep based on our physiology. Based on your profile and trends WHOOP will determine your baseline sleep need.

Recent Strain

When we have strenuous days our body requires more sleep to recover. See how much additional sleep you need based on your WHOOP Strain.

Sleep Debt

When we don’t sleep well the side effects can stay with us until we can make up for lost sleep. WHOOP monitors your sleep trends and will let you know how much sleep you’ve missed so you can aim to course correct.

Recent Naps

Taking naps can help reduce how much sleep we need at night and allow for short bursts of needed recovery. WHOOP automatically tracks naps which will subtract from your total sleep need for the night.

MONITOR HOW MUCH SLEEP YOU NEED

You don’t just need 8 hours of sleep. How much sleep your body needs is unique to you based on how you’ve been sleeping and how strenuous your day is. Get insight into how much sleep your body really needs with WHOOP.

Baseline

We all need different amounts of sleep based on our physiology. Based on your profile and trends WHOOP will determine your baseline sleep need.

Recent Strain

When we have strenuous days our body requires more sleep to recover. See how much additional sleep you need based on your WHOOP Strain.

Sleep Debt

When we don’t sleep well the side effects can stay with us until we can make up for lost sleep. WHOOP monitors your sleep trends and will let you know how much sleep you’ve missed so you can aim to course correct.

Recent Naps

Taking naps can help reduce how much sleep we need at night and allow for short bursts of needed recovery. WHOOP automatically tracks naps which will subtract from your total sleep need for the night.

TRACK YOUR SLEEP STAGES

WHOOP tracks all 4 sleep stages with precise accuracy: slow wave sleep (SWS), REM, light, and awake. Each stage serves a different function of your recovery.

Awake

Even if you’re in bed, you still may have a period of being awake. See how much time you spend awake throughout the night.

Light Sleep

The physiological stage of sleep that allows you to transition to deep sleep.

REM Sleep

The mentally restorative sleep stage where your body consolidates memory and learning.

Deep Sleep (Slow Wave Sleep)

The physically restorative sleep stage where your body restores muscular, cellular, and skeletal systems.

TRACK YOUR SLEEP STAGES

WHOOP tracks all 4 sleep stages with precise accuracy: slow wave sleep (SWS), REM, light, and awake. Each stage serves a different function of your recovery.

Awake

Even if you’re in bed, you still may have a period of being awake. See how much time you spend awake throughout the night.

Light Sleep

The physiological stage of sleep that allows you to transition to deep sleep.

REM Sleep

The mentally restorative sleep stage where your body consolidates memory and learning.

Deep Sleep (Slow Wave Sleep)

The physically restorative sleep stage where your body restores muscular, cellular, and skeletal systems.

YOUR PERSONAL SLEEP COACH

Get personalized sleep suggestions based on how strenuous your day is and when you need to wake up the following day. Set target performance goals so the sleep coach can adjust your sleep need suggestions so you can perform on days you need to be at your best and get by on days you can recover.

YOUR PERSONAL SLEEP COACH

Get personalized sleep suggestions based on how strenuous your day is and when you need to wake up the following day. Set target performance goals so the sleep coach can adjust your sleep need suggestions so you can perform on days you need to be at your best and get by on days you can recover.

Peak

Get 100% of your sleep need to be your best self.

Perform

Get 85% of your sleep need for adequate recovery.

Get By

Get 70% of your sleep need, just enough to help you get by.

VIEW YOUR SLEEP TRENDS

Track your weekly sleep performance to see how well you’ve been sleeping.

VIEW YOUR SLEEP TRENDS

Track your weekly sleep performance to see how well you’ve been sleeping.

Performance

Track how much sleep you got compared to how much you needed based on insights from WHOOP.

Hours vs. Need

See how many hours of sleep you got compared to what you needed to see if you're trending in the right or wrong direction.

Time in Bed

Monitor the consistency of when you go to bed and wake up to better understand your circadian rhythm.

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