ECG Biosensors

  • The market for biosensor technology is growing at an incredible rate. In fact, it’s expected that it will reach an estimated value of over $22.5 billion by 2020. Just as demand is expanding, the technology behind biosensors is also reaching new heights. These advancements are changing the way everyone from health professionals to wearable and… Read More»

  • You may be surprised to learn that HRV monitoring isn’t just for humans, but it’s true! In fact, advancements in HRV technology are paving the way for wearables to be used by our four-legged friends. If you’re a pet owner, news of the burgeoning technology is sure to get your proverbial tail wagging! That’s because… Read More»

  • If you’ve been following the advancements in ECG biosensor technology over the last few years, you’ve probably heard a little bit about heart rate variability (HRV). If you’re just getting up to speed, HRV is the method of measuring and assessing the effect that stress can have on your body. But how does HRV monitoring… Read More»

  • If you’ve ever spent a prolonged period in the hospital, or maybe even just one evening, you understand how draining the experience can be. You’re surrounded by unfamiliar people and equipment, sleeping in a bed that’s not your own, and wishing you could go home. For many patients, going home isn’t always an option, but… Read More»

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    Technology is intertwined into everything we do, and now, with what we wear. The latest advancements in biosensor technology involve the development and application of smart clothing. NeuroSky has collaborated with Far Eastern New Century (FENC) to bring you DynaFeed, the most innovative way for athletes to optimize their training with accurate real-time performance data… Read More»

  • If you’ve ever worn a biosensor monitor, you know how insightful the readings can be. Wearables provide helpful prompts about when stress levels are high, or when to take a walk. In the future, these devices will be used to monitor heart rate variability (HRV) for people with long term health issues, immediately providing essential… Read More»

  • Mobile mental health monitoring has become more popular in recent years thanks to the rise of wearable technology and smartphone use. It’s also become more accepted by mental health professionals. Last year the National Health Service in the UK launched a curated library of approved apps for monitoring and addressing mental health issues [1]. Additionally,… Read More»

  • Advancements in biosensor technology are revolutionizing the way people monitor their health. Today’s consumers are using apps with built-in wellness metrics on their phones and other handheld devices. According to a study conducted in June 2015 by the NYU Langone Medical Centre, more than 50% of all smart phone users in the United States have… Read More»

  • As an athlete, you may spend just as much time preparing for training as you do in the gym or on the track. Meal prepping and ensuring proper nutrition, recovery practices, and researching new tips and techniques are all part of the serious athlete’s routine. Heart rate variability monitoring is one of the most effective… Read More»

  • Corporate Wellness Programs: Combat Workplace Stress with LifeBeat

    Ask nearly any American in the corporate sector, and they’ll tell you they feel as though they’re working longer days at jobs that are becoming increasingly difficult. As a result, it’s really no surprise that more and more workers are beginning to feel the impact of workplace stress. In fact, according to the American Institute… Read More»