Oura’s Symptom Radar feature detects health changes early

Revolutionizing Health Tracking: Oura Ring’s Symptom Radar and Fitbit Labs Lead the Way in Experimental Features for User Improvement

Oura Ring is excited to announce the launch of a new feature in their Oura Labs section, Symptom Radar. This experimental feature allows users to detect early signs of physiological strain by monitoring biometric trends such as temperature, respiratory rate, resting heart rate, and heart rate variability. While not a diagnostic tool for illness detection, Symptom Radar provides users with an alert when strain is detected, enabling them to prioritize rest by activating Rest Mode or lowering their daily activity goals.

It’s important to note that Symptom Radar is not intended for diagnostic purposes and has not been cleared by the FDA. Its goal is to help users better understand their body’s signals and falls under wellness and general education rather than diagnostic purposes requiring FDA clearance. However, Oura conducted a study last year that found COVID-19 symptoms affected biometrics weeks after infection, hinting at potential for illness detection in the future. The features in Oura Labs may be subject to change based on user feedback and data analysis.

Google has also recently launched Fitbit Labs, offering Fitbit Premium subscribers access to experimental AI features for testing and feedback. This trend of labs features in wearable technology allows for continuous innovation and improvement based on user experiences and data insights.

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