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  • Cardiogram: What's your ♡ telling you?
    clearly show you the three most important things to know What s your average resting heart rate Is it within the normal range 60 100 How does it compare to others We let you compare with the average runner biker or couch potato How is it changing over time By default we ll show you your resting heart rate over last month Can Apple Watch save lives We ve been stunned at the quality of heart rate sensor in Apple Watch We think it can help save lives and we ll be asking for your help in a few weeks Please stay tuned What do you want to see in the next version of Cardiogram Tell us email protected Share this Twitter Facebook Google Like this Like Loading March 4 2016 Brandon Ballinger Leave a comment Do you really need 10 000 steps a day We re often told to walk 10 000 steps per day but what is the science behind that Why not 20 000 5 000 Why step count and not the type of exercise intensity or total minutes With the advent of Apple Watch and Android Wear millions of people now have heart rate sensors strapped to their wrist To answer the questions above we analyzed 458 000 000 distinct data points from Cardiogram for Apple Watch Origin of 10 000 Steps Manpo Kei or 10 000 step meter The idea of 10 000 steps originated as a marketing slogan during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics when an athletic company released a pedometer named manpo kei which means 10 000 step meter Unfortunately the clinical evidence is scant while there is some work correlating step count with outcomes like BMI and blood pressure and a set of official activity guidelines no study to date has systematically evaluated dose response effects of different steps day goals Resting heart rate a metric of cardiovascular and overall health Your heart rate while at rest not moving but not necessarily sleeping has been shown to be a strong measure of overall health A Chinese study showed the risk of dying of any illness went down by 9 for every 10 bpm decrease in resting heart rate If your resting heart rate is below 75bpm your chance of sudden cardiac death is halved Even beyond cardiovascular health a resting heart rate of 70bpm reduces your chance of cancer The good news is resting heart rate is highly modifiable Exercise strengthens the heart muscle so that it can pump the same volume of blood with fewer strokes Marathon runners sometimes achieve resting heart rates in the 40 s According to the Mayo clinic a normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute Among Apple Watch users with Cardiogram installed the median is 76 bpm About eighty percent of us are between 67 and 88 bpm Do you really need 10 000 steps per day These days we re all carrying pedometers iPhone counts your steps using HealthKit Android devices

    Original URL path: http://blog.cardiogr.am/ (2016-04-03)
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  • Have an Apple Watch? You can help save a life! | Cardiogram: What's your ♡ telling you?
    us improve the accuracy of our detection engine Atrial fibrillation AF is the most common arrhythmia and affects an estimated 2 7 million people in the US AF increases the risk of stroke by five times over the general population and strokes in turn is a leading cause of death in the US and worldwide AF is often asymptomatic which means it is often undiagnosed until it is too late 1 If you have an Apple Watch we invite you to join the mRhythmStudy and start donating your heart rate data today You can help save a life We will be sharing details about how we re applying deep learning for atrial fibrillation detection at Strata 2016 later this month Come hear us speak if you re interested 1 American Stroke Association Atrial Fibrillation Share this Twitter Facebook Google Like this Like Loading March 16 2016 Johnson Hsieh Post navigation What s new in Cardiogram 0 9 7 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You

    Original URL path: http://blog.cardiogr.am/2016/03/16/have-an-apple-watch-you-can-help-save-a-life/ (2016-04-03)
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  • Johnson Hsieh | Cardiogram: What's your ♡ telling you?
    Apple Watch users to donate their heart rate data to help us build an algorithm for atrial fibrillation detection The cool thing is that you can help even if you re completely healthy Any data you contribute whether you have atrial fibrillation or not can help us improve the accuracy of our detection engine Atrial fibrillation AF is the most common arrhythmia and affects an estimated 2 7 million people in the US AF increases the risk of stroke by five times over the general population and strokes in turn is a leading cause of death in the US and worldwide AF is often asymptomatic which means it is often undiagnosed until it is too late 1 If you have an Apple Watch we invite you to join the mRhythmStudy and start donating your heart rate data today You can help save a life We will be sharing details about how we re applying deep learning for atrial fibrillation detection at Strata 2016 later this month Come hear us speak if you re interested 1 American Stroke Association Atrial Fibrillation Share this Twitter Facebook Google Like this Like Loading March 16 2016 Johnson Hsieh Leave a comment Recent Posts Have

    Original URL path: http://blog.cardiogr.am/author/johnsonhsieh/ (2016-04-03)
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  • What’s new in Cardiogram 0.9.7 | Cardiogram: What's your ♡ telling you?
    Rate Your resting heart rate is a key metric of overall cardiovascular health We ve redesigned the resting heart rate cardiogram to more clearly show you the three most important things to know What s your average resting heart rate Is it within the normal range 60 100 How does it compare to others We let you compare with the average runner biker or couch potato How is it changing over time By default we ll show you your resting heart rate over last month Can Apple Watch save lives We ve been stunned at the quality of heart rate sensor in Apple Watch We think it can help save lives and we ll be asking for your help in a few weeks Please stay tuned What do you want to see in the next version of Cardiogram Tell us email protected Share this Twitter Facebook Google Like this Like Loading March 4 2016 Brandon Ballinger Post navigation Do you really need 10 000 steps a day Have an Apple Watch You can help save a life Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required

    Original URL path: http://blog.cardiogr.am/2016/03/04/whats-new-in-cardiogram-0-9-7/ (2016-04-03)
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  • Do you really need 10,000 steps a day? | Cardiogram: What's your ♡ telling you?
    rate is highly modifiable Exercise strengthens the heart muscle so that it can pump the same volume of blood with fewer strokes Marathon runners sometimes achieve resting heart rates in the 40 s According to the Mayo clinic a normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute Among Apple Watch users with Cardiogram installed the median is 76 bpm About eighty percent of us are between 67 and 88 bpm Do you really need 10 000 steps per day These days we re all carrying pedometers iPhone counts your steps using HealthKit Android devices use Google Fit So what happens if we plot average step count per day from iPhone vs your resting heart rate from Apple Watch It looks like this with size of bubble proportional to number of distinct people in each group In cardiovascular terms the drop in heart rate from 1000 steps day to 2000 steps day is significant a full 3 bpm decrease And as step count increases resting heart rate steadily drops until you reach about 5000 steps per day After that 6000 7000 even up to 10 000 steps the curve flattens How about type and intensity of exercise What if it s not step count that matters but the intensity of exercise To quantify this we broke the chart above into three groups of people high intensity gym rats who get their heart rate above 150 bpm for at least an hour each week medium intensity people who get their heart rate above 130 bpm for an hour a week say power walkers and low intensity couch potatoes the rest of us When broken down by exercise intensity step count becomes much less relevant Even if you get 10 000 steps per day if your heart rate doesn

    Original URL path: http://blog.cardiogr.am/2016/02/12/do-you-really-need-10000-steps-a-day-2/ (2016-04-03)
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  • Brandon Ballinger | Cardiogram: What's your ♡ telling you?
    Like this Like Loading March 4 2016 Brandon Ballinger Leave a comment Do you really need 10 000 steps a day We re often told to walk 10 000 steps per day but what is the science behind that Why not 20 000 5 000 Why step count and not the type of exercise intensity or total minutes With the advent of Apple Watch and Android Wear millions of people now have heart rate sensors strapped to their wrist To answer the questions above we analyzed 458 000 000 distinct data points from Cardiogram for Apple Watch Origin of 10 000 Steps Manpo Kei or 10 000 step meter The idea of 10 000 steps originated as a marketing slogan during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics when an athletic company released a pedometer named manpo kei which means 10 000 step meter Unfortunately the clinical evidence is scant while there is some work correlating step count with outcomes like BMI and blood pressure and a set of official activity guidelines no study to date has systematically evaluated dose response effects of different steps day goals Resting heart rate a metric of cardiovascular and overall health Your heart rate while at rest not moving but not necessarily sleeping has been shown to be a strong measure of overall health A Chinese study showed the risk of dying of any illness went down by 9 for every 10 bpm decrease in resting heart rate If your resting heart rate is below 75bpm your chance of sudden cardiac death is halved Even beyond cardiovascular health a resting heart rate of 70bpm reduces your chance of cancer The good news is resting heart rate is highly modifiable Exercise strengthens the heart muscle so that it can pump the same volume of blood with fewer strokes Marathon runners sometimes achieve resting heart rates in the 40 s According to the Mayo clinic a normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute Among Apple Watch users with Cardiogram installed the median is 76 bpm About eighty percent of us are between 67 and 88 bpm Do you really need 10 000 steps per day These days we re all carrying pedometers iPhone counts your steps using HealthKit Android devices use Google Fit So what happens if we plot average step count per day from iPhone vs your resting heart rate from Apple Watch It looks like this with size of bubble proportional to number of distinct people in each group In cardiovascular terms the drop in heart rate from 1000 steps day to 2000 steps day is significant a full 3 bpm decrease And as step count increases resting heart rate steadily drops until you reach about 5000 steps per day After that 6000 7000 even up to 10 000 steps the curve flattens How about type and intensity of exercise What if it s not step count that matters but the intensity of exercise To quantify this we broke the chart above

    Original URL path: http://blog.cardiogr.am/author/cardiogramblog/ (2016-04-03)
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  • March | 2016 | Cardiogram: What's your ♡ telling you?
    turn is a leading cause of death in the US and worldwide AF is often asymptomatic which means it is often undiagnosed until it is too late 1 If you have an Apple Watch we invite you to join the mRhythmStudy and start donating your heart rate data today You can help save a life We will be sharing details about how we re applying deep learning for atrial fibrillation detection at Strata 2016 later this month Come hear us speak if you re interested 1 American Stroke Association Atrial Fibrillation Share this Twitter Facebook Google Like this Like Loading March 16 2016 Johnson Hsieh Leave a comment What s new in Cardiogram 0 9 7 We just released a new update to Cardiogram for Apple Watch today Here s what s new Tag your Peaks You may have seen stories of people recording their heart rate after a breakup during sex and even scene by scene in Game of Thrones We think your day is full of those moments and we want to make it easier to notice what your heart is telling you That s why we built a beta feature to let you tag your peak heart rate each day That could range from something that lifts your spirit to the decidedly physiological For example I hit 92bpm eating a burrito yesterday left Resting Heart Rate Your resting heart rate is a key metric of overall cardiovascular health We ve redesigned the resting heart rate cardiogram to more clearly show you the three most important things to know What s your average resting heart rate Is it within the normal range 60 100 How does it compare to others We let you compare with the average runner biker or couch potato How is it changing over time

    Original URL path: http://blog.cardiogr.am/2016/03/ (2016-04-03)
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