Sleep tracking & Bio Hacking

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In our fast-paced world, achieving optimal wellbeing is becoming increasingly important. One foundational element of overall wellbeing is quality sleep. 

However, getting restful and rejuvenating sleep can often be a challenge. This is where the concept of sleep tracking and bio hacking comes into play.

The Importance of Sleep Tracking

Sleep tracking refers to the practice of monitoring and analysing one's sleep patterns using advanced technology. By understanding our sleep patterns, we can gain insights into our sleep quality, duration, and sleep stages. This data empowers us to make targeted improvements and optimize our sleep for better overall health.

Bio hacking for Better Sleep

Bio hacking involves using technology and science to optimise various aspects of our health and wellbeing. When it comes to sleep, biohacking techniques can be used to manipulate and enhance our sleep patterns. By combining sleep tracking with biohacking principles, we can start hacking our sleep for optimal wellbeing.

The Benefits of Sleep Tracking & Biohacking:

Sleep tracking and biohacking offer a range of benefits for our overall wellbeing:

  • Enhanced Sleep Quality: By tracking and analysing our sleep patterns, we can identify factors affecting our sleep quality and find ways to improve it. This can result in a more restful and rejuvenating sleep experience.
  • Wakefulness Optimisation: Through understanding our sleep stages, we can aim to wake up during lighter sleep stages, promoting increased alertness and reducing grogginess.
  • Identifying Sleep Disorders: Sleep tracking can help identify potential sleep disorders such as insomnia or sleep apnea. Early detection leads to timely treatment and improved sleep quality.
  • Personalised Strategies: By analysing sleep data, we can create personalised strategies to address specific sleep issues. This could involve adjusting the sleep environment, bedtime routines, or incorporating relaxation techniques.
  • Performance Enhancement: Optimising our sleep can have a positive impact on our cognitive abilities, focus, mood, and overall performance, whether it's at work, in sports, or in our daily activities.


To make the most of sleep tracking and biohacking, it's crucial to integrate it into your daily routine. Join Wellbeing Director Pip Lawrence as she interviews Jesper Dahl on sleep trackers, heart rate variability and chronobiology, the study of biological rhythms.

Once you have tracked your sleep patterns you can experiment with different daily habit changes and use the app to track the variations in your sleep so that you identify how you can improve your quality and quantity.

The replay of our recent webinar shares additional actionable habits designed to improve your overall function.

The Heart Rate Variability Apps Jesper mentioned were:

If you’re interested in finding out more about chronobiology this is a great place to start

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