The use of wearable technology to collect data about users’ behaviors, including sleep, has substantially increased over the last few years. Alberto Ramos, MD, FAAN, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL, talks about the use of wearable sleep trackers in clinical practice. Nowadays, wearable devices provide a plethora of health data, offering an unprecedented window into users’ health. The availability of such information can empower patients to make better decisions regarding their health. However, the generation of such large datasets can be overwhelming, leading to over-concern regarding specific behaviors. This interview took place at the American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting 2023 in Boston, MA.
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