If you find yourself waking up every day still feeling very tired and unrested, you could be having issues when you're sleeping you may not know about. If you're looking for some analysis into the problem, you can always invest in a sleep tracker or monitor.

Tons of sleep data

Withings Sleep

Although Withings Sleep is only a pad you put under the mattress, it can give you a ton of data about your sleep. This handy pad measures a plethora of data which can be useful in determining why you feel so unrested. The pad can measure your heartbeat, bed temperature, air conditions, how many times you roll over, what stage of sleep you're in, and more. All this data is collected and then syncs to your phone with a free app, giving you a chance to review it every morning.

$100 at Amazon

Fitness and sleep tracker

Fitbit Charge 3

You may be wondering if at this point we confused sleep trackers with activity trackers; however, the higher end of the Fitbit lineup all come with sleep tracking abilities. The Fitbit Charge 3 can automatically detect when you fall asleep, meaning you don't have to worry about switching modes before you turn out the lights. As you sleep, the Charge 3 monitors your heartbeat and sleep patterns throughout the night, displaying the data in the graphical form on the Fitbit app for your phone. While the Fitbit doesn't track the exact stage of sleep you are in, it does let you know how long you were restless for and gives you a total of your time spent in peaceful sleep.

$150 at Fitbit

Bedside solution

ResMed S+

If you hate the idea of having something on you or on your bed, the ResMed S+ is meant to be placed on your nightstand or bedside table. The device uses sonar technology to detect your movements and breathing during sleep, as well as sensors for light, temperature, and ambient sounds. After each night, the app will give you a detailed breakdown of your sleep by the hour, and even give you personalized feedback on ways to improve your sleep.

$47 at Amazon

Personalized sleep coaching

Simmons Beautyrest

The Beautyrest is a high-tech sleep tracker that features two pads and a processor. The pads go under your mattress on each side to get a better picture of your motion while you sleep. All the data is compiled by the processor and transmitted to the app to give you all the details on your sleep each night. The sensors are so sensitive and accurate that they can monitor respiration and heart rate, and the sleep cycle alarm determines the best time to wake you up so that you feel refreshed. The processor learns your sleep patterns over time so that it can help to provide you with the best sleep coaching possible via the app.

$85 at Amazon

Althete focused tracker

Emfit QS

The Emfit QS sensors go under your mattress and focus big on sleep as a recovery tool for athletes. While the Emfit QS provides a ton of feedback on the app, such as stages of sleep, heart rate during sleep, and breathing rates, it's the biggest focus is measuring heart rate variability (HRV). HRV is used by athletes to give them insight into their recovery from excerises and over all heart health, making the Emfit a perfect companion for anyone who wants advanced insight into training.

$250 at Amazon

I find that if you don't need super advanced insight into your sleep, and are just looking for a baseline of how much you toss and turn, the Fitbit Charge 3 fits the bill nicely. It's confortable to wear and it's battery life is long enough that wearing it to bed won't mean you have to charge it first thing in the morning.

Sleep trackers are a great way to get even more insight to your sleep patterns and can even help you develop healthier sleep habits, which has a ton of benefits in the long run.

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