10 Awesome Health tech gadgets
Modius is a headset which helps you to lose weight. Wearing this gadget for few hours stimulates the part of the brain associated with metabolism and fat storage. The headset generates a low-level electrical pulse that is interpreted by the brain as a signal to become leaner. Many people hit a weight loss plateau in the early stages of their weight loss journey. Modius helps break through this plateau by activating the hypothalamus.
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This gadget helps you in building strength, reduce soreness, and recover injuries. PowerDot muscle stimulator is an FDA Cleared device that harnesses the benefits of Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS). The pods connect to the app on your phone via Bluetooth. You select the muscle groups you want to target and an impulse is sent to the pods that causes your muscles to activate.
The EarlySense gadget is an AI-based fertility tracker. The product uses AI and machine learning to learn a woman’s body and specific patterns. The monitor is placed underneath the mattress, while it uses artificial intelligence (AI) to gather information. It takes three months for Percept to accurately learn a person’s patterns. After that period it promises to accurately detect when a user is most fertile.
Oral-B Genius is a Health tech gadget that helps to maintain your teeth just like your dentist have recommended. This is an intelligent brushing system to help you brush like your dentist recommends. By connecting your smartphone and the Oral-B App, the GENIUS 8000 uses facial recognition technology to guide your brushing, zone to zone. Its unique rounded brush head is inspired by dental tools. Because it’s rounded, the brush head will surround each tooth for a more thorough clean.
PainPod is FDA listed and claims to be able to “change the face of medicine as we know it“. The gadget is powered by a combination of microcurrents and biomedical technology that its makers’ state is not available on any other device available to the public right now. This bioelectrical tech is able to understand our peripheral nervous and body systems and how they actually work to manage pain, improve performance and speed recovery. Just slap it on an area that’s in pain and it will work its magic to get you back in tip-top shape.
The company is behind a new UV sensor called the UV Sense, a small, colorful button-sized adhesive that they recommend wearing on one’s thumbnail. The tiny sensor soaks up the sun’s UV rays and sends information about sun exposure back to the app. Users can then receive warnings when they’ve had too much sun exposure — before they get burned.
#Handheld peanut allergy sensor
A company called Nima has already had success with the scientists’ portable gluten tester. At this year’s CES, the firm debuted a portable peanut tester that works the same way. Diners can simply place a small amount of food into the sensor and close it. Within minutes, a picture of a peanut will appear on the side if traces of peanut protein are found. A smile will appear if it’s safe to eat.
#Nokia Health Thermo
Nokia Health makes a connected thermometer, allowing you to keep track of that fever. Now a fast, effortless gesture yields a precise temperature measurement, and automatic sync with the dedicated app also allows you to track temperature readings, get reminders, and input related symptoms/medications right on your smartphone. The digital thermometer links to your Nokia Health account via the app and keeps tabs on your temperature over time. And with 16 infrared sensors taking 4,000 measurements, it’s accuracy is a game changer for anyone who often falls ill.