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When it comes to health and wellbeing, wearable tech is a game-changer. These slim and discreet devices have wide-ranging applications but can be summed up as devices for monitoring or improving health.
For example, take the Oura ring. This wearable tech ring resembles premium jewellery and offers 24/7 heart-rate monitoring and sleep analysis. Another great example is the ORII. This smart ring contains a voice assistant and lets you tap gestures for smartphones and smart speakers.
Beyond rings, Gadget User covers wearable tech glasses for augmented reality and wearable tech for seniors to monitor their wellbeing in real-time.
Wearable Technology is a category of wearable devices and pieces of technology that can be embedded in our clothes, worn on our bodies and even tattooed onto our skin! They are hands-free gadgets designed for practical use usually with microprocessors and enhanced with the ability to send and receive data via the internet.
Wearable Technology usually incorporates the use of microprocessors and the internet to carry out its function, whatever that may be. Devices such as Bluetooth Headsets, earbuds and smartwatches allow people to receive data from Wi-Fi Networks.
Wearable Technology can help improve your life in many ways. For example, Fitness Activity Trackers can help monitor your health while you eat, exercise and sleep by giving you the feedback from your daily activities. This helps improve your physical and mental well-being and promotes the best state for your body to be in. More than that, other gadgets can be used to create habits, and routines and generally make your life easier by helping you get through your workday or creating helpful alerts.