Fitbit Blog – 2.11.20 (2.10.20)
What is mindfulness? So much more than a mere buzz term of modern society, mindfulness is a practice, and existing more mindfully, a lifestyle. To elaborate, it is the practice of intentionally paying attention to the present moment, and making space to do so from a place of non-judgment.
Source: Find Your Center With Fitbit Premium’s New Mindfulness Tools
Fitbit Blog – 2.10.20 (2.7.20)
Gather, Fitbitters! With American Heart Month in full swing and National Wear Red Day for women’s heart health on February 7, we’re here to help you spike your heart rate and keep your health and fitness goals going strong. Consider encouraging your mom, sister, grandma, or whomever to one of the world-class workouts or experiences Fitbit has available, and let this month set you up for continued success down the road:
Source: 5 Ways To Spike Your Heart Rate With A Fitbit Smartwatch – Fitbit Blog
Fitbit Blog – 1.20.20
When you have nights where you experience trouble falling asleep, you might be racking your brain on what’s causing your sleep troubles. Is it stress? Noisy neighbors? That evening workout? A number of these factors could have been at play for the 27 percent of 4,023 U.S. adults in the 2016 Consumer Reports survey who said they experience trouble falling asleep or staying asleep most nights.
Source: Sneaky Sources Of Caffeine That Keep You Up At Night
Fitbit Blog – 1.15.20 (1.12.20)
Streaming services have officially taken over. As such, there’s so much content out there these days! But among all the offerings on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, you may be less aware of the great health and wellness content wedged between reruns of Parks and Rec and The Good Place or new episodes of The Crown.
Source: Must-Watch Health Content You Can Stream Now
Fitbit Blog – 10.30.19 (10.29.19)
On November 3rd, we’ll “gain” an hour of sleep when Daylight Saving Time ends. Shifting the time by one hour doesn’t seem drastic—many people acclimate to the change within a day—but some do have trouble adjusting to the time difference. “Daylight Saving Time imposes a one-hour jet lag on millions of us at once,” says Benjamin Smarr, PhD, a sleep researcher at the University of California, Berkeley and Reverie sleep advisory board member. “It is followed by increased car accidents, sickness and frustration, as our body clocks rush to adjust to the new time imposed on us.”
Source: 5 Ways To Adjust Your Sleep Schedule To Daylight Saving Time