I occasionally work a 3rd shift, and will either sleep before work (i.e. 6pm-11pm) or immediately after work (i.e. 8am-2pm). My concern is whether or not this will mess with my Zeo stats, because my "night" of sleep is not taking place during a traditional "night." But, I can't be the only Zeo user with an irregular sleep schedule, so I'm just curious how to approach this.
This question was prompted when I looked at the weekly sleep report in the beta tools. It shows each day as being from 12pm-12pm, and then plots your sleep on that graph. My concern is what if my sleep starts just before noon one day (like at 10am) and then I sleep until 3pm that afternoon (the next 'day' according to Zeo). Now, this might not cause any problems if I did that same thing every day (from 10aa-4pm), but the problem is I don't work 3rd shift every day. Like most shift workers, my sleep schedule is screwy when I am working, but on my off days I go to a 'normal' sleep schedule with my wife, sleeping from maybe 11pm-7am. So, what happens on my last day of work, when I would sleep from maybe 8am - 2pm, and then sleep again later that night from 11pm-7am? Would Zeo realize that this actually is two different "nights" of sleep, and allocate them appropriately?
Like I said, I can't be the only Zeo user who works 3rd shift, so I'm just curious how others in my situation handle this with their Zeo!