Tagged: Sweat

Researchers develop sweat analyzing wearable for precise health monitoring

Sweatbit wearable health monitor

Sweat can tell lot about a person’s health and quite often we ignore the signs like constant odor or color in sweat. According to experts sweat contains chemicals, electrolytes, proteins and heavy metals which when studied can reveal a person’s internal health as well as hydration levels. Researchers at University of California, Berkley have developed a sensor-enabled wearable which analyses person’s sweat and based on it gives health stats and also physiology insights. That means tracking of body functions in depth, and the use of this wearable will span beyond fitness tracking. It will be used in medical field to know about patient’s body functions in detail.
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Underboob Sweat Absorber: Because no one likes sweating there

Underboob breast sweat absorber

Working out or performing any athletic activity for long duration means a lot of sweating, especially under the armpits and boobs. Under the armpits almost everyone sweats, but sweating under the boobs is a problem that many face while working out and it can be embarrassing at times. Worry no more as Fashion first Aid is out with a solution to the problem of underboob sweating with their Underboob Breast Sweat Absorber. Sweating under the breasts can result in sweat marks on your clothing which is quite embarrassing when you are working out in a unisex gym or performing athletic activates in mixed company.
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Wearable biosensor tattoos monitor sweat to track weight

biosensor tattoos

Taking continuous effort of seamlessly integrating biosensors with human body a leap further, Laboratory for Nanobioelectronics led by Professor Joe Wang, Department of NanoEngineering, has developed biosensor tattoos which monitor electrolytes and metabolite levels in sweat. To access the metabolic health of a wearer, these wearable biosensors have been integrated with multifaceted electrochemical sensors with simple, fairground tattoos that are perfect in monitoring the pH and lactate levels in the sweat. One of the student members of the team, Amay Bandodkar informs that the biosensor tattoos are made with carbon fiber backing which makes them sturdy and flexible to bend with the skin of the wearer in normal course.

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