As part of its Snooze or Lose series this week, the TODAY show offers a few tips on getting the most out of today’s ubiquitous sleep trackers.

Most likely, you don’t sleep on your remote control or wear your favorite watch to bed. There is a reason for that.

“The problem can be in some cases that the wearable disrupts sleep itself,” Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist known as the “Sleep Doctor,” told NBC News.