- Heart Rate
- Respiratory Rate
3 month battery life - 3 variables - 3 cm wide - 1 device!
While much hype exists around heart rate, monitoring your heart rate is not the only thing that needs to be followed in real time. If this were the case, your doctors would only monitor heart rate when you have surgery for instance.
Respiratory Rate is an important variable in order to understand how it is affecting your oxygenation. At altitude, Cheyne-Stokes breathing is always a sign of trouble. This monitor will help you in its diagnosis and treatment. Avoid hyperventilation, learn how to breathe better, or for that matter relax more.
Body temperature must be closely regulated to have all the chemical reactions work properly for maximum output. Did you know that your body temperature affects how easily oxygen is released to your tissues? If you get wet, you get cold, and if you get code, you get hypoxic.
Transmit these variables in real time to your trainer. Sleep with it if you are a mountaineer and see how breathing affects your performance. Correlate this data with pulse oximetry.
WiCis - taking wearables form science fiction to science fact!