Apps monitor people’s persistent health state
(MENAFN) From getting unhurriedly out of bed, to performing lively weights courses at the gym, Ewa-Lena Rasmusson's mobility has changed in the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 55-year-old, from Stockholm, states all the gratitude goes to a Swedish app that makes modified work out tactics intended to assist in easing joint pain.
Daily, the app makes Ms Rasmusson a "nudge" to tell her again to perform a chain of repetitions for five minutes, like squats and leg lifts.
Video expressions assist in making sure she gets the right technique, and her training is altered in accordance with her feedback on how difficult or painful she experiences it.
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