"How long can you be happy when you sleep?" Is found by analyzing hundreds of thousands of life logs
Tracking life log data on sleep, exercise, and meals on wearable device "Jawbone"From the user's data"The most sleeping in the world is Japanese"Although it has been disclosed and released, it is calculated that the best sleeping time which is neither too much of sleep nor lack of sleep is that" How long can you be happy? We have data " .
What Makes People Happy? | The Jawbone Blog
Jawbone strives to improve the health condition of the whole user by analyzing the user's life log data and publishing it on the blog. Offered by JawboneUPIn addition to sleep, exercise, and meal life logs, the application can record the "mood" at that time such as "highest!" "Fairly good", "no more", but Jawbone has recorded the number in the past year Analyzing the mood log collected from 100,000 UP users revealed how many hours the user sleeps, the user is recording a "good mood".
In the graph below, the vertical axis is "good mood", it is happier enough to approach 10, and it gets sluggish as approaching 1, while the horizontal axis shows sleep time. As the sleeping time approaches 8 hours, the mood of the user tends to rise, and the average value of the mood of the user who sleeps for 8 hours to 9 hours and 30 minutes is the highest value of "6.6 to 6.9". Even after sleeping for more than 10 hours since then the mood has begun to fall, so you can see that it is not as good as you sleep if you go to bed.
It may be difficult for people to sleep more than 8 hours a day, but according to Jawbone, "I know that happiness will rise by 5% even if I sleep 1 hour more than usual sleeping time" It is that. Although it seems that you can not expect a significant effect even if you sleep for 2 hours, "When people sleep for 2 hours less than usual, people tend to be twice as unusual as everyday," so, sleep deprivation I need to be more careful.
Sleep time is correlated with the number of steps, and the graph below shows the sleeping hours of the previous day on the vertical axis and the step number of the previous day on the horizontal axis. You can see that sleeping hours tend to be longer as you walk a lot. In other words, if you try to walk well during the day, sleeping time will be longer, so that you can spend the next day in the best condition.
Also, it is clear from life log data that there is a big difference in mood on weekdays and weekends, and people seem to be happier on weekends as a matter of course.
In the graph below, the blue line shows weekday trends, the red line shows the trend of the weekend mood, and the more it is on the top you will be happier. Those who got up until 2 a.m. on weekdays tend to feel greatly depressed, but even during the same time period the weekend is a feeling that "even a little owl owl OK!" It seems that there are many people saying "There is no motivation in the afternoon ..." after lunch on Monday evening on Monday, but those who will feel happy from a sense of security that they can go home around 18 o'clock There is a tendency to increase.
These data are statistically anonymous and are based on data of the past year by hundreds of thousands of UP users. Jawbone analyzes more than 5.6 million mood logs and over 80 million days of sleep logs from the collected data and analyzes accurate data, so mood logs tend to reflect the sleeping states of the previous day Wake up within 3 hours We extracted only the data of.