Wearable health devices are the new wave of technology becoming increasingly popular among people who aim to improve their lifestyles and monitor health conditions. Step counters, smartwatches, smart jewelry pieces, and even sweat-sensing patches combine increasingly sophisticated software and data algorithms to provide users with a better understanding of their activity levels, sleep, heart rate, and other vital analytics that can affect their overall health. Granting users access to this live data and trend patterns can help them make informed decisions that can improve their lifestyle choices and encourage them to take action towards a healthier future.
The introduction and widening adoption of such devices has the potential to transform health care. Wearables can promote longevity by helping people monitor their health, reach peak performance, improve the experience of medical care, and much more.
The future of wearables promises to be exciting, with the continuing emergence of more innovations and developments in this technology. As these devices become more advanced and their clinical applications expand, their impact on population health and longevity will continue to grow.
A4M kicked off a bustling education season this September by hosting two industry-leading events featuring eight diverse programs, over 150 sessions, and nearly 100 highly-acclaimed expert speakers. Gathering hundreds of healthcare professionals from across the country, both conferences were remarkably successful and showcased the latest in integrative health, anti-aging, and longevity.
Between September 8-10, pediatric specialists, functional medicine experts, cardiologists, and anti-aging medicine practitioners came together in the stunning coastal town of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA – where they spent the weekend immersed in the latest education among fellow trailblazing clinicians and breathtaking scenery.
The longevity industry is currently undergoing a revolution. As the result of investment from companies like Google and Amazon and some of the world’s top billionaires, there has been a surge in scientific breakthroughs and technological advancements in the field of aging research. An exciting wave of development is happening in research labs across the globe, with a growing number of longevity science companies, technology centers, and forthcoming human trials.