Our app is intended to assist users in leading a healthy lifestyle. It is not intended for use as a medical device or product. Please visit your doctor or primary care physician if you require professional medical services or diagnosis.

The statement about health tests

  • The tests in this app should only be used in conjunction with expert counseling with a psychologist or therapist because they are not standardized clinical assessments. As a result, neither the computed values nor the findings serve as a diagnostic or comparison of you to the general population. They should only be applied to motivate people to reflect on themselves.

  • Repeating the test frequently is advised. It seems sense that if you're going through a particularly trying time right now, such a divorce, workplace strife, or grief, your mental condition would manifest in lower values.

  • In addition, everyone occasionally has a poor day where it is difficult to discover delight or inspiring thoughts. Think of unfavorable outcomes as opportunities instead of focusing too much on them.

Blood pressure (BP)

Blood pressure (BP) refers to the lateral pressure acting on the blood vessel wall per unit area when blood flows in the blood vessels, and it is the driving force that promotes the blood flow in the blood vessels. In different blood vessels, they are called arterial blood pressure, capillary blood pressure and venous blood pressure. The blood pressure usually refers to the arterial blood pressure of the systemic circulation. Blood pressure below 140/90 mmHg is 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.

How does the heart rate monitor work?

The application is based on contact photoplethysmography, which uses a finger to touch an integrated camera to detect changes in light absorption brought on by pulsations in arterial blood volume.

To make it simpler to understand, the software measures the light reflected in the blood using the phone's built-in camera to complete the detection at any time. The more your heart beats, the more blood flows and the more light is absorbed. Between beats, there are less of them. Based on this recurrent pattern, our program can track and analyze the frequency of your heartbeats and provide you with accurate pulse readings and results.

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How do we evaluate your heart rate level?

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.

  • The standard used to gauge heart rate might be altered depending on the situation. We utilize the American Heart Association's recommended range of 60 to 100 beats per minute for an adult's resting heart rate when assessing your heart rate.

  • We'll provide you some recommendations based on the heart rate evaluation criteria in various scenarios. The information we present is only applicable to the most prevalent ailments and should only be used as a general guideline because gender, level of physical fitness, organ health, and other variables differ from person to person. If you choose to use the suggested training and adjustment techniques, please be aware of the dangers before starting.

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.