Here’s what my sleep looked like

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I had a rough night trying to sleep. There wasn’t anything particularly wrong, aside from I went to bed with a headache and kept waking up because of it.

Both Elliott and Emmett were up super early and were the cause of any awake time after 5 AM.

In the image below, you can see my sleep as monitored by BioStrap. This health band tracks all kinds of things:

  1. Heart rate
  2. Heart rate variability
  3. SPO2 (Oxygen Saturation)
  4. Respiration
  5. Sleep
  6. Steps
  7. Workouts

Anyway, I thought I would share the results of last night’s sleep. It’s pretty interesting to look at and it helps to put into context, sleep issues one might have.



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Your sleep graph looks pretty normal to me, it is the heart rate that would be a bigger concern. Also. You haven’t posted a weigh-in since before your trip. I’m curious to know how you did with unlimited food and lots of walking. Vacations are always tough for me and the most I hope for is to maintain my weight while I’m gone.

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Yeah, being away from home is hard. More meals at restaurants and just having your routine disrupted can make a huge difference. I’m curious, how did the boys do with having so many food choices? I know Emmett is the one who has the most issues, both with making decisions and with food in general. Was ‘all you can eat buffet’ good or bad for him/them?