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Daily Sleep Summary (Ideal Range is 7–8 hours)

Daily Sleep Summary (Ideal Range is 7–8 hours)
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Lifestyle Factors: These icons represent factors that may have an effect on your sleep. Tracking these factors along with logging how long you've slept each night can help you and your health care provider work towards improving the quality and quantity of your sleep. Choose as many icons as you need for each entry, and use the Notes field for indicating whether you're tracking that you did or did not do something (e.g., exercise).

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