Get Better Sleep with the HONOR MagicWatch 2
The HONOR MagicWatch 2 is one of the best options for people looking to track their workout. But what is equally important to your fitness routine, is the quality of your sleep. That’s why HONOR made the MagicWatch 2 with advanced sleep-tracking and data analysis. These tools are put to use to help you get better quality sleep.
How to Setup Sleep Tracking on the HONOR MagicWatch2
In order to setup the sleep tracking feature on your watch, you’ll want to download the Huawei Health app from the play store. You are going to pair your watch with this app and enable the sleep tracking from Huawei Health.
Open the app and pair your watch to your phone. Then navigate to the “Profile” section in the lower right corner of the app. Go to your watch profile and find the “Sleep Tracking” option in the settings. In the sleep tracking section, enable sleep detection.
Once you’ve done this, your HONOR MagicWatch 2 will be able to track your sleep quality while it is being worn. Once you’re ready for bed, the HONOR MagicWatch 2 will automatically detect when you’ve fallen asleep. There is no need to activate anything before you go to bed. In the morning, you’ll be able to view your sleep tracking data in detail on the Huawei Health app.
TruSleep Sleep Quality Analysis
The HONOR MagicWatch 2 comes with a feature called TruSleep which you can enable in the Huawei Health app. The TruSleep feature will provide you with a sleep quality analysis. You can also see suggestions on what you can do to improve your quality of sleep. It’s a very powerful feature that can provide you with great tips, based on the data that your watch has gathered from your sleeping.
Some of the things your TruSleep feature will monitor are the number of times you wake up, light/deep/REM sleep, and your breathing quality. All of this data factors into how TruSleep will give you tips for better sleep.Get the HONOR MagicWatch 2
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