CONTACT-FREE SLEEP SENSING
EMFIT QS is based on our proprietary sensor supported with 100+ clinical and scientific research publications. Discreetly installed under a bed mattress it provides autonomous and automatic operation without any user efforts such as charging. Wireless data transmission uses WI-Fi or cellular data network – no phone pairing is needed.
Keywords: heart rate (HR), resting heart rate (RHR), heart-rate-variability (HRV), autonomic-nervous-system balance (ANS), respiratory rate (RR), ballistocardiography (BCG), sleep classes, sleep/wake, bed occupancy and bed-exit.
CLINICALLY VALIDATED FOR:
Heart rate (HR), resting heart rate (RHR), respiration rate (RR) and whole night heart-rate-variability (HRV) monitor for sleep & recovery tracking.
Discreet and automatic sleep and wellness monitor for tracking bed occupancy and detecting signs of acute inflammation.
It’s time for the last sleep data episode! On episodes one and two I wrote about sleep quality and recovery data. Today we’re covering the three remaining graphs: heart rate, breathing and movement data. Did you know that you could notice illnesses before getting the actual symptoms by keeping track of your heart and breathing
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I hope you all have been sleeping well during the holidays! However, did you know that it is possible to get too much sleep? According to recent research, getting too much sleep is actually just as bad to you as getting too little sleep. Catching too many Zz’s over and over again may be a sign of an