Most of us go to the doctor about once a year, or at least we should in order to get a routine check-up and some blood tests done. This visit allows for an important dialogue about our health, including information about our biochemistry such as how much sodium, potassium, or glucose is in our system at the time of the appointment. However, it can be hard to keep up with the changes the doctor recommends because it’s easy to forget about them when life seems to get in the way.
What if there was a way to monitor your own personal biochemistry in real-time? You had a salad for lunch instead of a donut, and you went for a walk after work instead of sitting on the couch; if you could get the biochemical data associated with those lifestyle changes in real-time, you might be more likely to continue implementing healthful changes and paying attention to the way your body responds to different stimuli.
Until now, the technology that would allow for this simply hasn’t existed. On today’s episode, CEO of Profusa, Ben Hwang, talks about a new and affordable technology that puts the power of biochemical data in the hands of the user. Unlike other biochemical sensors that don’t last longer than a couple of days or weeks, the Profusa sensor can last for years, which means it’s affordable and more convenient for you. Interested in learning more?
Tune in to discover:
Learn more at https://profusa.com/.