Is the Google Fitbit Fall Series Really Designed for Health?

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Is the Google Fitbit Fall Series Really Designed for Health?

Fitbit’s primary mission has always been to promote global health and wellness. Every day, millions of individuals worldwide use Fitbit to accomplish everything from tracking their sleep quality to completing an in-app workout or mindfulness practice. With that in mind, the Google Fitbit series for the fall got Inspire 3, Versa 4, and Sense 2. The next generation of wearables integrates Google’s intelligence with Fitbit’s health and wellness technologies. One may wear these devices all day and night without worrying about recharging them every day because they are so much thinner and more comfortable.

One can choose from various straightforward tools, whether their goal is to enhance their mental health, train for a marathon, or kickstart a new health and wellness regimen. The Google Fitbit series can track resting heart rate, oxygen saturation (SpO2), sleep trends, and how the body reacts to stressors often overlooked during health diagnosis. 

The Google Fitbit Fall Series, 2022

The Inspire 3 is a ten-day-lasting health tracker that is entertaining and simple. It’s Google’s most reasonably priced option, and it’s a great starter device because of its beautiful color display and ability to keep tabs on key indicators.

The new Versa 4 is a fitness-focused smartwatch with 6-day battery life, slimmer and lighter construction, real-time stats, built-in GPS and Active Zone Minutes, and Premium features like Daily Readiness Score to help users meet their activity objectives.

The Sense 2 is the most advanced health-focused smartwatch Google has ever made, with a battery life of over six days and sensors that can detect signs of atrial fibrillation through Google Fitbit’s ECG app and PPG algorithm (both FDA cleared and CE marked), as well as heart rate variability, skin temperature, and more. The new Body Response sensor incorporates cEDA monitoring for continuous stress detection and control.

Customized for Overlooked Insights

New services like this are just the beginning of what Google can do to assist users in finding ways to enhance their health and well-being. The Fitbit app provides weekly and cumulative data on user activity, heart health, sleep, and stress to keep the user motivated and on track. Users may also track their glucose levels, mood, nutrition, and menstrual cycle in one location. Having all user data in one place will give one a clearer idea of how their everyday choices affect their health and allow them to make more informed choices.

Irregular Heart Rhythm Notifications are available to individuals aged 22 and up with no history of irregular heart rhythm. Google leverages a photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor to evaluate heart rhythm for indicators of atrial fibrillation or AFib. This function is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and marked as safe and effective by the European Union (CE).

For the first six months after purchasing a new Fitbit device, users have access to Fitbit Premium, which includes features such as the Daily Readiness Score and Sleep Profile for more in-depth tracking of metrics and development, as well as more than a thousand workout and mindfulness sessions to keep users physically and mentally active.

Google Fitbit Quiz to Find User Type

Google Fitbit is designed for all, from those just starting to those who are serious data nerds. If one is unsure about their type, they can find out with a quiz. Google believes that users will discover something here that will help them prioritize their health and wellness and give them the tools to be their best selves. If you are confident about trusting your health data with Google, this new product line is up your alley!

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