Fitbit Now Features Abilities To Monitor Snoring During Sleep

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Snoring is more than an irritation for those who share a room with you: it can be a sign of major health problems such as sleep apnea. Fitbit has been working on incorporating snoring detection into its sleep monitoring technology. Snoring detection (and the noise level associated with it) has been in the works at Google since at least the summer, and it’s now available via a software update to the app and devices.

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Snore & Noise Detect uses the built-in microphones on the Fitbit Versa 3 and Sense to detect snoring. Unfortunately, it also necessitates a Fitbit Premium subscription, which costs $10 each month. The feature has abilities to distinguish between various types of snoring that includes mild, moderate, and regular snoring. While the watches are capable of distinguishing snoring from other ambient noises, they are unable to isolate particular sleepers. If you share a bed with multiple snorers, you may have to engage in some unpleasant talks.

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The new features can be found on the Fitbit app’s sleep page, where owners of the Versa 3 and Sense must opt-in to use them. You can only see these if you’re a Fitbit Premium subscriber (or if you sign up for a trial). Fitbit suggests charging your watch to 40% or higher before going to bed. Because using the microphone for long periods of time drains the battery.


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