What can the second generation of Nest Hub’s Sleep Sensing do?
How does Nest Hub (2nd gen) track my sleep?
Is Sleep Sensing free or do I need a subscription?
Can Sleep Sensing track more than one person’s sleep?
Will Sleep Sensing work if there is more than one person or pet sleeping on the bed?
The Sleep calibration step on your Nest Hub (2nd gen) helps detect how far away you are when you’re sleeping. During sleep tracking, Nest Hub pays attention to anything within the range it set during calibration. When you calibrate your device, make sure that you’re the only person in the room, and your pets aren’t around. That way, your Nest Hub (2nd gen) can better differentiate between you and other people or pets based on your proximity to it.
It’s important to know that the Sleep Sensing algorithm doesn’t identify you uniquely, so if another person or even a pet sleeps in the same spot or between you and your Nest Hub, this will affect your data.
What does the Motion Sense technology see?
What sources are being used for the personalised sleep tips?
How long does it take for the device to share personalised tips?
How are you using my sleep data?
Does this device diagnose COVID-19 or sleep apnoea?
Many people are concerned about screen time and digital wellbeing. Isn’t putting another screen in my bedroom bad for me?
Dimming or removing light in the late evening can support better sleep, and bright light in the morning has been shown to energise you. The Nest Hub (2nd Gen) has features like Ambient EQ and Dark theme that automatically tailor the screen brightness to the room, so that the screen doesn’t disrupt the ambiance or your sleep. Night mode and the bedtime routine can help you sleep undisturbed, while an alarm can work with your smart lights to help you gently wake up.
With your sleep summaries and suggestions by the bedside, you have a centralised place to better understand your sleep.