Cheap health trackers are all most consumers need to improve their personal wellness.
Nearly all health trackers are based on the idea that information about one’s own activity is enough to get them off the couch. For instance, readers often tell me they’ll go for evening walk at the end of their day to meet their daily steps goal, instead of vegging out in front of the TV until they drift to sleep.
VentureBeat author, Gregory Ferenstein, mentioned his experience with health trackers.
“The fancier health trackers can do some really cool things for fitness nuts and lifehackers. For diagnosis, users will need far better sensors that are available (in fact, I ended up needing more; I used the SleepRate app and chest strap to diagnosis my sleep problems).”
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