Monitoring Blood Sugar Without a Stick
Monitoring blood sugar without a stick is the next new technology on the horizon. Wearable devices are able to track heart rates, step counts and track distance covered. But new technologies will turn monitoring devices into powerful tools for medical use. Imagine wearing a device that could track your health and update your doctor or medical providers. Perhaps you would like to provide alerts to a loved one if there is a critical change to your health. The thought of being able to monitor your blood sugar without a prick will revolutionize the lives of diabetic sufferers across the globe.
Monitoring Devices for Better Health
Monitoring devices do not just come as wristbands. New technology place monitoring devices in shoes, such as Under Armors Gemini 3 smart shoe, in clothes as with Myontec Mbody connected shorts. JBL also makes earphones that can track your heart rate. Each is designed to track your health and aide to your level of fitness.
Monitoring Devices into the Future
There is one device that can measure standard fitness but also your blood pressure, blood sugar, provide an EKG, and check your sleep quality. There are many other health monitoring features. Fabio Galdi, creator of the device stated, “I am personally excited by this development. This is the first time that I am aware that PPG technology has been used to estimate blood glucose in a wearable device designed for the consumer market. It will address a very real, painful and expensive need.”
According to the International Diabetes Federation 1 in 11 people throughout the world have diabetes. That equates to over 400 million people. The importance of blood glucose monitoring is critical to health and avoiding complications from the disease.
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