What is Welltory?
The Welltory app tracks your heartbeat through your smartphone camera, then analyzes it to quantify your overall health, stress, energy level, performance, heart rate, and other parameters. Most importantly, the app gives you data-driven recommendations that help you live a balanced, healthy lifestyle.
Want to speed up your progress?
?? Plug in your apps and fitness gadgets. Welltory will generate graphs to help you see how factors like exercise, sleep, nutrition, work on the computer, and even the weather affect your stress, energy, performance, heart rate, and other wellness parameters.
?? Get science-based tips on health, stress, and the body & brain. Our lectures are here to help you make sense of your data, and our health hacks will let you know how to reduce stress, ensure anxiety relief, boost stress resilience, eat right, etc.
?? Complete step-by-step quantified self programs to run experiments on your lifestyle. Our trackable tasks will help you figure out which habits work best for you.
How do we quantify stress and wellness with a camera?
The camera's flash shines through your finger, then records how the color of your blood vessels changes to evaluate your heartbeat.
Not your heart rate, but the variation in the time intervals between heart beats (heart rate variability). Heart rate measurements are not enough to do a wellness assessment.
Our self-learning algorithm determines the baseline and current state of your nervous system, takes individual differences into account, and calculates your scores.
Take 7 morning measurements to customize the algorithm and you’ll be surprised at how accurate the results & recommendations are.
HRV analysis is used in healthcare, professional sports, and space medicine. Thanks to Welltory, it’s now available to anybody with a smartphone.
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Recent user activities on Welltory
- liked Welltory
- added Welltory as alternative(s) to Qardio
- Upvoted a comment on WelltoryIt is interesting to see how my HRV varies over time and to see how data from different sources (e.g. FitBit) provide additional insights. There is still a lot that could be done to make the data analysis more useful and I'm not 100% sold on Welltory's accurateness/HRV's ability to predict...but not necessarily because of anything wrong with either, just need to learn more.