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Fitbit Wear: How Tight Should My Fitbit Be?

The Fitbit is an easy-to-use, wireless device that records your movements and sleep patterns. It is also used to monitor your weight, heart rate, body temperature, and daily calories burned.

People have different preferences when it comes to wearing Fitbit. Some want a tight fit in order for it not to slip off during exercise sessions, while others prefer a looser fit because they feel like it’s more comfortable.

But, how tight should the Fitbit be?

If the Fitbit is too tight, it will not be comfortable. Also, the wristband may cause indentations and heat rash on your skin.

If it is too loose, it will not be able to provide accurate readings. A loose Fitbit may also fall off during activities

Therefore, the Fitbit should not be too tight or too loose. Just make sure the Fitbit is loose enough that it can move back and forth on your wrist.

Related: Best Fitbit for Women

Wearing your Fitbit Best Practices

Is it safe to wear a Fitbit all the time?

How Tight Should Fitbit Be

Yes, it is safe to wear a Fitbit all the time… there is nothing wrong with that, but you need to take it off for cleaning and charging.

NB: If you wear it while showering or swimming, first make sure the Fitbit is waterproof (otherwise the moisture can damage the device).

Related: Best Fitbit for Men

Is it dangerous to wear Fitbit at night?

No, it is not dangerous to wear Fitbit at night. In fact, you should have it on you at night if you want to track sleep... wearing it every night will even make it easier for you to track sleep patterns.

What are the side effects of wearing a Fitbit?

Research has shown that Fitbit devices emit EMF and non-ionizing RF radiation in the low hertz range, but more research is needed on the topic. Consistent exposure to EMF radiation has been known to potentially cause health issues like sleep disorders, headaches, skin irritation, moodiness, nausea and foggy brain

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