ReadiScore = your personal fatigue rating

So far, we’ve talked about fatigue’s influence on athletic performance and how it can be rated by looking at how much you sleep (quantity), how well you sleep (quality), and how consistent your sleep schedule is.

If our system has three days of sleep information from you, it has calculated your score for today.

70, 80, 90: what the scores mean

Studies show a direct relationship between the ReadiScore and slowed reaction times. A score in the high 80’s or 90’s means you’re well rested. However, as scores decrease, performance tails off. 

ReadiScores and performance

As you continue to collect sleep data over time, you can start to compare your ReadiScores in three different ways. 


 After you have 2 days of ReadiScores, you can compare today’s performance to yesterday’s by tapping Yesterday at the top of the screen.


 After 7 days of ReadiScores, you can compare today’s performance to your Personal Best.


 After 30 days of ReadiScores, you can compare today’s to your 30-day average.

Simply tap the views at the top of your screen to toggle between a comparison of yesterday, your personal best, and a 30-day average.

Review: what influences the ReadiScore

Your score is directly informed by the quantity and quality of your sleep, as well as how consistently you go to sleep and wake daily. In other words, good sleep habits, sustained over time, will result in a higher score.

Other factors that affect your alertness

The ReadiScore is based on how much or how little sleep you get. But, there are many other factors that can influence your effectiveness that the score doesn’t account for including: the use of stimulants, medication, or other underlying health issues.



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