New Fitness Tracker Can Analyze Sweat

Engineers of Stanford University and the University of California have developed a new fitness tracker that can analyze sweat. A small wearable device is placed in a headband and can determine hydration levels and muscle fatigue. Besides it can also analyze various biomarkers in real time prompting you to change the pace of your workout or continue what you’re doing.

New Fitness Tracker That Analyzes Sweat

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The scientists have yet to find a way to commercialize and downsize their new sensor to fit within some of the existing fitness tracking devices and have even a larger capacity.

This could be a really great addition to trackers we already have as you get a real in-depth information about your health and body reaction to stress. We’ll be able to adjust speed, intensity of our workouts as well as hydrate and nourish our body when and if necessary.

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