Trends gives you a weekly view of your child's sleep routine and overall critical sleep statistics. It is an accumulation of seven days of daily data that help determine the consistency of your child's sleep schedule. This is where you can determine patterns developing around bedtime, fall asleep time, and final wake up. Creating a consistent routine that matches your child's natural sleep rhythm which is the first step to a better night's sleep.
Understanding the Data:
The weekly averages section provides week by week averages of key sleep statistics as well as changes in trending data from the previous week.
Total Sleep: This is equivalent to the "nights sleep" if your child no longer takes naps.
Efficiency: Is the first metric for understanding your child's sleep by understanding how much sleep your child gets during their sleep period. A lower sleep efficiency typically is related to a higher number or longer duration of wake ups. Typically a child's sleep efficiency should fall between 92-98%. Learn more about Efficiency here.
Latency: Is the measure of how long it takes your child to fall asleep after bedtime. Sleep latency is a good indicator of if your child is going to sleep at the right time. Typically a child's normal sleep latency is between 5-30 minutes.