These are the new Fitbit devices focused on Google’s health and wellness tools

Fitbit launches Inspire 3, Versa 4 and Sense. (photo: 2REUTERS/Michel Tantusi)

Goals, commitments, and approaches to exercise and health change over time, which is why many are turning to dedicated devices to track them.

Fitbit share your next generation portable devices which combine the tools of well-being and health with the intelligence of Google:

– Inspire 3, a fun and easy-to-use monitor that helps the user take care of their health with 10 days of battery life. It’s an entry-level device with a rich color screen that can monitor important metrics at an affordable price.

– Versa 4, a Smart watch focused on fitness, offering 40+ exercise modes, real-time stats, built-in GPS and active zone minutes, plus premium features like the daily recovery level to help the customer reach their activity goals, all with 6 days of battery life in a thinner and lighter design.

– Sense 2, as the most advanced health-focused smartwatch with over six days of battery life that helps manage stress and monitor heart health, heart rate variability, skin temperature and more. It also includes a new Body Response sensorwhich measures cEDA for managing stress throughout the day.

Fitbit Inspire 3. (Photo: Fitbit)
Fitbit Inspire 3. (Photo: Fitbit)

These devices are even thinner and more comfortable, so they can be worn all day and all night without needing to be charged during those periods.

How to improve your health with these new Fitbit devices

Whether you’re looking to improve your mental health, prepare to run a marathon or start a new health and wellness routine, you have a wide range of easy-to-use devices to choose from.

Providing information about your body that may not be a priority, such as resting heart rate, oxygen saturation (SpO2), sleep patterns and your body’s response to stressors, you can gain a better understanding of how to manage your overall health.

On how Google determines accurate user data, Fitbit mentions that it has one of the largest sleep databases, thanks to the large number of users who use its devices to accurately measure sleep.

“We also have expert panels that are dedicated exclusively to sleep. They work together hand in hand with others to develop intelligent algorithms and thus provide the right information to the users. We also have some other studies where we compare with many more medical devices that are more accurate,” he mentions. Ricardo Martiarena, Latin American Sales Manager for Fitbit.

Fitbit Sense 2. (Photo: Fitbit)
Fitbit Sense 2. (Photo: Fitbit)

To help users relax before bed, it’s great to try the mindfulness exercises in the Fitbit app; as well as starting a meditative practice and observing if the body shows physical signs of stress with Stress management score. Then see how activity, sleep and stress affect the body in Health Scoreboard.

Here you can control how:

– breathing frequency;

– Heart rate variability;

– Skin temperature;

– Oxygen saturation (SpO2);

– and resting heart rate

They all respond to different situations, such as alcohol, altitude, caffeine or a cold, so steps can be taken to make the person feel better.

Fitbit Inspire 2. (Photo: Fitbit)
Fitbit Inspire 2. (Photo: Fitbit)

What is Fitbit Premium?

With Fitbit Premium, customers will have access to tools like daily recovery level to measure the preparing your body for exercise, analyzing sleep results and a sleep profile to better understand and improve sleep quality, as well as detailed stress management results to monitor your body’s fitness.

You can also access more than 1000 exercises and mindfulness sessions, comprehensive health reports and more, all in one place with the Fitbit app.

Fitbit Premium.  (photo: Fitbit)
Fitbit Premium. (photo: Fitbit)

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