Digital Trends reports a British sleep expert has warned that sleep tracking apps could be making your sleep worse. Dr Guy Leschziner is a sleep disorder specialist working at Guy’s hospital in London. He says the use of sleep tracking technology can raise anxieties about sleep to the point where users can actually develop insomnia. The concern is that by monitoring one's sleep, and obsessively poring over the data about it in an app, users can become more anxious and preoccupied about whether they're sleeping enough.

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