WHOOP has uncovered a first-of-its-kind pregnancy digital biomarker for noninvasive prescreening for premature birth.
Results found increased activity led to improved HRV and resting heart rate, plus how monitoring these metrics could help better understand pregnancy timelines.
Les conclusions de cette étude indiquent qu’une intensification de l’activité physique pendant la grossesse améliore la VFC et la fréquence cardiaque au repos. Le suivi de ces indicateurs pourrait par ailleurs permettre d’identifier la phase précise de la grossesse.
We donated WHOOP straps to the St. Paul's school to discover what happens when students are empowered with 24/7 access to their biometric data.
A closer look at the WHOOP data from an Army Alaska soldier’s cold-weather isolation training paints a more complete picture of factors impacting recovery and preparedness.
We partnered with the St. Paul’s School to look at changes in behavior and physiological metrics when students are given 24/7 access to their biometric data.