Drinking 10 glasses of water a day doesn’t always mean that you are properly hydrated, and it just means that there are times when your body needs much more water than the normal quantity you take. Well, a new wristband from Dr. Dustin Freckleton may be all you need.
This new wristband is called, LVL band, it’s a wearable fitness tracker that uses infrared lights to monitor your system and know your hydration levels. It also gets all information in real-time and it offers needed advice on how much water you will need to remain, or get healthier.
The LVL band has been designed to shine near-infrared light into your body, and this light comes back to the band in the form of a spectroscopic image. Many have called this image a fingerprint inside your bloodstream, and in the case of the LVL band, we are not very far from that. The software analyzes the information, and then it measures specific biometrics like the hydration level and the heartbeat rate.
Throughout the day, irrespective of how busy you are, the LVL band notifies you by giving a small vibration when your hydration level is running low. The band also comes accompanied by a mobile app which allows you get an estimated dehydration level, and it advises you to drink a certain amount of water to go back to normal.