Are you looking for a health wearable that tracks more than steps and heart rate and that doesn’t require being worn on your wrist? The Movano Ring may be just the ticket. Correlating all of the data points gathered, including heart rate, heart rate variability, respiration, temperature, blood oxygen, steps, and calories to one another, allows the Movano Ring to give a more impactful level of understanding of how women’s daily activity affects their health.
Designed for women of all ages, the Movano Ring is designed to be a sleek and comfortable wearable that works in tandem with its app, helping wearers make connections between the causes and effects of their various measurements as a whole.
For example, rather than giving data on exercise and sleep independent of one another, the wearer will get insights on how regular exercise (or the lack of it) impacts her sleep patterns and what she can do about it. Another example is that she’ll get a gentle reminder that her blood pressure is rising, and there will be achievable suggestions to lower it.
The Movano Ring will give the wearer and her network of caregivers continuous health data in an easy-to-understand format. Working with the app, the Movano Ring will offer easy-to-understand insights to help women make manageable lifestyle changes, enabling them to be more proactive about lessening chronic disease risks.
Movano was founded on the core belief that good health is a fundamental human right, but good health requires more than a few static metrics from an annual physical. We’ve set out on a mission to put your health in your hands with affordable and non-intimidating devices. Our app notes your body’s signals and transforms them into insight. It delves deep—beyond graphs, charts, percentages—to provide accessible, actionable information. The initial Movano Ring is our foundational product as we work toward gaining FDA clearances so that we can provide medical data to users in a step-by-step fashion over time.” – Dr. John Mastrototaro, CEO of Movano.
The Movano Ring is expected to be an affordable health device; it will be available for a beta release during the second half of 2022.
You can learn more about the upcoming Movano Ring here.