Sleep score

1. What it does

Sleep score is a complete summary of your sleep health.

Sleep score draws a lot of inspiration from the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index.

2. Where to find it

  • on the Dashboard, one of the cards is a Sleep Score card.

  • in Left ☰ menu → Trend → Trend tab → Sleep score chart

3. How it looks like

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Figure 1. Your current sleep score. You get one point for each dimension that is in healthy range.
Figure 2. This is how Sleep score looks in Charts

3.1. Sleepscore dimensions

There are six dimensions that contribute to sleep quality. Each of the dimensions has a healthy range and an unhealthy range:

Dimension Explanation Healthy range Unhealthy range


How long have you been sleeping.

6.5 hours to 8.5 hours, see how this differs with age

less than 6.5 hours, or more than 8.5 hours


How irregular your sleep is. Variance of your mid-sleep hour.

under 0.5 hours

over 1 hour

Deep sleep percentage

How long you’ve been in deep sleep compared to the total sleep duration.

over 30%

under 20%

Sleep efficiency

How long you’ve been actually sleeping vs. being in bed.

over 95%

under 85%


How long you’ve been snoring compared to the total sleep duration.

under 3%

over 10%

Subjective rating

Your average subjective rating

over 3.5 stars

under 2 stars


Healthy durations are adjusted according to your age as defined in Settings → Sleep → More → Stats → Year of birth

  • General or not set (6.5 - 9)

  • School age (9 - 11)

  • Teenager (8 - 10),

  • Young (7 - 9)

  • Elderly (6 - 9)

If you’re in the healthy range for a certain dimension, it lights up green and you get one point. Every line can also turn red if the values are in a very unhealthy range.