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Top 6 Smart Health Devices You Should Know About

Updated: Jul 17


In an era where fitbits and smart watches have replaced conventional watches, it is pretty evident that the modern-day consumer is becoming more aware, more knowledgeable. Why not keep up with the pace?


Here we are with another article to help you make more sensible, more informed decisions. With the advent of technology, it is becoming increasingly common to track one’s health, and today, we provide you with an insight to the latest smart healthcare devices the market has to offer!

  1. Portable ECG Machine

  2. Gluten Tester-on-the-go

  3. Brain Sensing Headband

  4. Wireless Smart Glucometer

  5. Fertility Tracking Bracelet

  6. Smart Temporal Thermometer


Portable ECG Machine


Do you know what the leading cause of death globally is? CVDs or cardiovascular diseases are the devil’s deal! Responsible for claiming over 17.9 million lives a year, the WHO has classified that more than 4 out of every 5 CVD deaths are due to heart attacks and strokes, one third of which occur prematurely in people under 70 years of age. Scary, no?

Worry not! For the world has seen a breathtaking innovation in portable ECG devices. Anywhere, anytime, within a minute or two, you can get an ECG test done! With cutting-edge technology that is capable of identifying the slightest of anomalies emanating from your heart, the Wellnest 12L has you covered! All it takes is an app on your phone with active bluetooth. From an ECG report to doctor’s consultation, Wellnest 12L has it all figured out.



Gluten Tester on-the-go


With growing unhealthy habits with the progression of consumerism, the rates of Celiac diseases and gluten intolerance have dangerously spiked. If you are one of those who have often been troubled by these, 6SensorLabs has got your back!

Nima is the world’s first portable gluten detector. Including several one-time use test capsules, this pocket device is a lifesaver!




Brain Sensing Headband


While life today is turning into all work and no play, one needs to find time for themselves. Mental health is an issue that has been globally recognized now more than ever, and while people usually struggle to manage stress, here’s something that could make your journey easier.

Oriented towards reducing stress, this unique tool gives real-time feedback on what’s happening in your brain and teaches you how to achieve peace and calm. Complete with 7 electroencephalography (EEG) sensors, the Muse is designed to monitor your brain activity during meditation and transmit the information to your computer, smartphone, or tablet via Bluetooth. Hope you’re not already in a trance!


Wireless Smart Glucometer


In geographies such as India, we’re genetically plagued by issues such as diabetes and varying sugar levels. While most people suffering from these are recommended to carry a glucometer with them, why not be a tad bit smarter?

This FDA approved glucometer by iHealth lab is a state of the art piece of tech that measures glucose levels in the blood and then displays them on your smartphone. Stay safe, but not at the cost of staying smart!



Fertility Tracking Bracelet



Hey ladies! We’ve got special stuff for you too! Babies on the plan, but not yet kicking? Here’s your solution!

Ava, the first fertility-tracking wearable on the market, detects a woman's reproductive window using physiological indicators such as temperature, resting pulse rate, and breathing rate. All you have to do is wear the smart bracelet while sleeping and then sync it with the accompanying app in the morning to determine which days are the greatest for trying for a baby.


Smart Temporal Thermometer


It hasn’t been a more convenient two seconds! Two seconds and you have your temperature on your screen!

In two seconds, the smart temporal thermometer accumulates roughly 4,000 temperature readings. You'll be able to log temperature readings for each profile you create, make reminders, take notes, and get advanced health advice based on your age, symptoms, and fever history when you're connected to the companion app.


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