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How to use Omic

How to use Omic

How to use Omic to enhance your Performance and Lifespan   What Omic Does Cindy, Rose and Glenn have combined their many years of clinical and training experience with interpretation of medical research into an app that provides you with personalized recommendations. ...

Omic Updates September 2020

Omic Updates September 2020

Omic Updates September 2020 New User Interface With feedback from the beta program over the last year, Omic has a new design, which we've been working on for the last 6 months. With the new design, we've doubled down on the core concept of using wearables information...

Oura Ring 2 Tear Down

Oura Ring 2 Tear Down

We've found the Oura Ring to be the closest thing to a medical wearable which is convenient and really hard to break. For those interested in how the Oura Ring works, Jerrie who worked on the Omic prototype has sent through an interesting clip where the Oura is fully...

Adding Apple Watch as an HRV measuring wearable

Adding Apple Watch as an HRV measuring wearable

The Apple Watch as an HRV measuring wearable The idea behind Omic is to be device agnostic, employing any wearable that contributes data to further metabolic health through the modification of nutrition and lifestyle.  We believe our differentiation from other health...

Am I too old or too young for medtech & digitalhealth?

We found personally and have observed consensus that aged 40+, systems start to change and what could be taken for granted often requires new techniques and/or a bit more effort.  For example supplementing NAD+ will likely be pretty interesting aged 40+ and of little...

Wearables monitoring info

Wearables monitoring info

The purpose of monitoring using wearables is to provide health alerts and measurements, so informed choices may lead to better health outcomes.  We’ve found it surprising how it's possible to think one thing and be measured as another.  It’s interesting being able to...

Interventions info

Interventions info

Start here If any system doesn't thrive in the face of the unexpected, the system is by definition fragile.  To use digitalhealth for resilience, performance & healthy lifespan: First, there needs to be a personal goal to achieve e.g. weight loss or improved...

How does the HRV Gauge in Analytics work?

How does the HRV Gauge in Analytics work?

For the gauge, the color-coding relates to research-paper averaged weekly age/gender specific HRV stats for low, mid, high. Lower is “fight or flight – Sympathetic” and higher is “rest and digest – Parasympathetic”. As a rule of thumb, HRV should drop if you are under...

Readiness and Rate of Perceived Exertion

Readiness and Rate of Perceived Exertion

What about Readiness and rate of perceived exertion? How much should you exercise?  Are you lazy for not doing that uphill run or are you supporting your body’s adaptive capacity by resting after a heavy strength training session, or after a night of poor sleep?...

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