Our app is intended to assist users in leading a healthy lifestyle. It is not intended to use as a medical device or product. Please visit your doctor or primary care physician if you require professional medical services or diagnosis.
Disclaimer about health tests
This app's tests are not standardised clinical examinations; they should only be used in conjunction with professional counseling with a psychologist or therapist. As a result, the results are not a diagnosis, and the computed values do not indicate how you compare to the general population. They should be used only to encourage individuals to think about themselves.
You should repeat the test on a regular basis. It's logical that your mental condition would show in lower values if you're going through a particularly difficult moment right now, such as a divorce, job conflicts, or bereavement.
Furthermore, everyone has a bad day now and then when finding joy or positive ideas is tough. Instead of focusing too much on negative outcomes, think of them as signals that it's time to do yourself a favor and find ways to replenish your batteries. After a while, repeat the test to discover how things can improve even when things have taken a turn for the worst.
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Blood pressure (BP)
Blood pressure is the force that moves blood through the circulatory system. It is an important force because oxygen and nutrients would not be pushed around the circulatory system to nourish tissues and organs without blood pressure. Blood pressure is also vital because it delivers white blood cells and antibodies for immunity and hormones such as insulin. Blood pressure numbers of less than 120/80 mm Hg are considered within the normal range.
Blood oxygen saturation(SaO2)
Blood oxygen saturation, refers to the ratio of oxygen-saturated hemoglobin in blood to total hemoglobin. The human body needs and regulates a very precise and specific balance of oxygen in the blood. The normal arterial oxygen saturation of the human body is 95-100%. If the level is below 90%, it is considered hypoxemia. Arterial oxygen levels below 80% may impair organ function, such as the brain and heart, and should be addressed promptly.
What is the mechanism of the heart rate monitor?
The app is based on contact photoplethysmography (finger in touch with built-in camera), which detects variations in light absorption produced by arterial blood volume pulsation.
To make it easier to grasp, the app uses the phone's built-in camera to measure the light reflected in the blood to complete the detection at any moment. Blood flow and light absorption are both increased as your heart beats. They are fewer in between beats. This application can monitor and analyze the frequency of your heartbeats based on this recurring pattern, and give you precise pulse measurements and results.
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How do we assess your heart rate?
The data from your heart rate monitor is recorded locally and displayed according to the mode and time of detection after it has measured your heart rate.
In various settings, the criterion for evaluating heart rate can be changed. At rest, an adult's heart rate should be 60-100 beats per minute, according to the American Heart Association, and we use this as a benchmark for analyzing your heart rate.
Based on the heart rate evaluation criteria in various settings, we'll provide you some recommendations. Because gender, physical fitness, organ health levels, and other characteristics vary from person to person, the advice we provide is only applicable to the most common illnesses and should only be used as a guideline. Please be aware of the risks involved with the proposed training and adjustment procedures before commencing if you decide to utilize them.
We do our best to provide you with reference guidance by gathering information from a variety of sources and consulting with a doctor, in the hopes of ensuring your health.
How does skin detection work?
Using “Beam Profile Analysis” technology, three data streams are taken from a single camera system, a 2D image, a 3D depth map and most uniquely – material classification.
Through this fundamentally new approach to security, it is now possible to combine standard facial recognition algorithms from any third party with the unique ability to sense “live skin.” The technology works by using infrared beams to map out the fine structures of the face, creating a 3D representation to verify the user. It then analyses how this infrared light is backscattering light on different surfaces.
Put simply, the way skin reflects light is different from the way a silicon mask or a photograph would for example. Importantly, the software works on all skin colours and genders as the light scatters the same way despite physical differences between people.
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