What’s the best way to track sleep quality on a daily basis?

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photo credit: Annotated sleep logs via photopin (license)

Do you have advice for us on the best way to track sleep quality? The more we listen to the feedback and advice we’re getting from CPAP users and sleep clinicians, the more we realize that our primary focus needs to be on sleep quality.  All one has to do is browse the comments on our last blog post, Using CPAP But Still Tired All The Time – Tiredness, Fatigue & Red Eyes in The Morning, and it becomes clear that the only objective that matters, really, is better sleep.

This is not a new objective for us, but one that has risen to the top, over everything else, based on what we’re hearing from CPAP users and clinicians.  We already have the ability track sleep quality in our CPAP TotalCare web application.  But we are just barely getting started and really would like to hear advice from anyone who has direct experience with the various sleep quality tracking devices available on the market today.

Here’s the big question: What is the best way to track sleep quality on a daily basis?

If we were to pick one, or maybe  two or three, device(s) to recommend to our users, what would it (they) be?

I would love to hear from not only device users, but physicians or other clinicians who have experience in monitoring sleep quality and also device/app companies who have solutions we should be looking at.

If you know someone who might be able to provide good advice to help us track sleep quality for our users, please share this post with them.

If you are one of those someones, please comment below.

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