WHOOP members share their data during recent illnesses, showing how respiratory infections have more symptoms than runny noses and coughs, they also affect your heart rate, respiratory rate, and HRV.
A high respiratory rate can have several causes, including infections such as pneumonia and COVID-19. Learn more about what constitutes an increased respiratory rate and how WHOOP tracks your breathing rate on a nightly basis.
On this week’s episode, we’re diving into a topic that’s top of mind for many of you–Omicron.
We explain what it is, what is normal, and why it's such an important metric to track for monitoring your overall health and well being.
We are continuing our groundbreaking research looking at the connection between an increase in respiratory rate and COVID-19 infections.
Many people experience an increase in respiratory rate prior to any other symptoms of COVID-19. Learn more about how WHOOP members are using their data.
Kristen Holmes and Emily Capodilupo are back to detail a critical update to the WHOOP recovery algorithm.
Recently, we’ve taken a close look at respiratory rate and worked with research partners in Australia and the US to determine how this metric responds to respiratory illnesses like COVID-19.
Pro golfer Nick Watney, the first player on the PGA Tour to be diagnosed with COVID-19, details how his WHOOP data led him to getting tested for the virus.
Study: Wearable Technology to Predict Risk of COVID-19 Using Respiratory Rate.