Sleep Patterns

I work the night shift. Can I still use Ava?

There are 2 important factors that influence how accurate your data will be with Ava: 1. How much sleep you get - you'll need to wear the Ava for at least four hours with three hours of sleep recorded, in orde...

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My kids wake me up several times a night. Will Ava still work for me?

Ava needs to be worn at least 4 hours at night with a minimum of 3 hours of sleep recorded, in order to get an accurate reading of that night’s results. As Ava tracks your movement with an accelerometer, it ...

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Will my sleeping position affect Ava’s results?

No matter how you sleep at night, be it on your side, on your stomach, or on your back, with your hand under the pillow, hand over the covers etc., your sleeping position will not affect Ava’s results, as long ...

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Should I wear Ava if I take a nap?

We do not recommend that you wear the Ava during a daytime nap because Ava is designed to detect physiological signs that become stable after four hours of sleep. If you wear Ava when you sleep for less than t...

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Can I wear Ava while I'm not sleeping?

Ava is designed to be worn while you're sleeping. Although the Ava can detect whether your are asleep or awake, wearing it during the day causes battery loss, memory space minimization, and non-useful data for...

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