You are describing *BMR and not Active (Move) Calories.In the normal world you do burn calories while you sleep, but Apple Watch has never shown that. I am curious now how your watch did. What sleep app did you download? I would love for my watch to include all day including sleep calories burned
Here explains burning while sleeping
During sleep, a person's weight and the number of hours he/she sleeps determine how many calories are burned. Normally, a person burns about 0.42 calories for every pound in one hour of sleep. For instance, a 150 lb. person burns about 63 calories in one hour. If this person sleeps for eight hours total, he/she burns 504 calories for the whole duration. Just multiply the average rate with every pound of weight and number of hours of sleep. Therefore, the heavier a person is, as well as the longer a person sleeps, the more calories are burned.
Yeah I would love to see an all day calorie burn including sleep. So you have your all day BMR. Although on my Garmin devices the BMR would be way off anyways. So maybe it would be best to just go by move active caloriesYou are describing BMR and not Active Calories.
You mean like this? Watch calculates my BMR to 1666 calories. I weight 150lbs and that is 69 cal per hour.Yeah I would love to see an all day calorie burn including sleep. So you have your all day BMR....
Don't be so hard on yourself. Just write out 50 times "I will never make a mistake or forget anything again". Then after you are finished go and.......go and..... I may have forgot the next part.Cripes I am a complete moron this morning. I totally forgot about that area! I will go lay by my dog dish now! hahaha I need to go back to bed obviously
I thought I read something somewhere that stated that if you have this happen make sure in the settings that you dont have the option selected that you are using the motion sensor in your phone. I am trying to find it now.Autosleep. Many people here recommended it but it didn't work for me. I deleted it yesterday