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About Ticwatch 2 Smartwatch From Mobvoi
Ticwatch 2 is a new interactive watch from Mobvoi, a China-based tech startup company. The product helps users in
- Checking their health
- Tracking their fitness
- Viewing weather forecast
- Supported with personalized bands
- Can perform voice search and reply to messages
The Ticwatch 2 will be pre-loaded with a number of useful apps such as Dialer, Heath, Calendar, Fitness without reducing Ticwatch 2 functionality. Ticwatch 2 smartwatch supports both Android and iOS operating systems.
Risks With Sleep Apnoea Or Apnea
A new study by researchers for 13 years duration linked to sleep apnoea to increased risk of the development of type 2 diabetes (T2D). An evidence from previous studies with a limited number of participants indicated sleep apnoea may be associated with glucose intolerance, insulin resistance and type ii diabetes (T2D). The number of participants in the current study is 1,453 with an average age of 63 years without diabetes. Results indicated that Overweight or obesity is directly linked to sleep apnoea and diabetes and risk of those diseases can be reduced by maintaining a healthy weight and reduced sedentary behavior. Researchers are investigating whether treating sleep apnoea reduces type 2 diabetes (T2D) risk.
Dr. Rashmi Nisha Aurora from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore says an individual with sleep apnoea should be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes (T2D). Author of the study is Mako Nagayoshi School of Biomedical Science, Nagasaki University, Japan and the study findings were published in the journal Sleep Medicine.
Apnoea : Breathing will be interrupted when airways of an individual were blocked partially or completely during sleep and are called obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) disorder. There will be no movement of muscles of inhalation. This condition may happen to newborns too (infant apnea).
Diet Precautions To A Patient with Diabetes
A patient with diabetes must follow a proper diet plan to avoid future health complications. The patient should not eat a lot of food, sweets, starchy food. The patient should eat one serving of food per meal. A patient with diabetes should not try to average food consumption, that is eating a high amount of food during lunchtime (above average lunchtime consumption) and by reducing food during night time (below average dinner consumption). Because the body can't work at the same rate each time. Scheduling dinner, lunch, breakfast and snacks time is important to maintain body metabolism. Beta cells in the pancreas may not able to adjust body insulin levels when a patient with diabetes keep on changing food quantity that he eats. It is important to monitor daily calories intake by strictly adhering to calories chart to lead a healthy life.
Collaboration Between Fitbit And Fitabase
Fitness and sleep tracker products from Fitbit are being used in commercial and medical studies and in clinical trials around the world. Now Fitbit and Fitabase are collaborating in a clinical study. Researchers are using Fitbit activity tracking technology to collect and monitor patient's physical activity, heartbeat rate and sleeping time data. In the clinical study, they are going to predict recovery rates with the collected data.
Fitbit : Fitbit is a digital healthcare company based at San Francisco, the United States with products such as activity trackers and wearable devices to measure, store and analyze fitness data such as the number of steps walked or climbed, heartbeat rate, sleep details etc.
Fitabase : Fitabase is a cloud-based research platform intended to collect data from consumer devices connected to the Internet. This research platform can aggregate, extract, analyze and export data gathered from multiple device wearers.
| Published on October 20, 2016 |
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