As we head into flu season, we need to focus on keeping our bodies healthy and strong now more than ever. This month, we’re sharing insight and resources to help strengthen and support our immune systems.
New global data from Fitbit has shown how Fitbit users around the globe have embraced new activities to help manage our new normal. Check out how the pandemic is affecting users in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Behind every great success story, there’s a great support system: meet Fitbit’s newest certified health coaches.
The pandemic has us changing our health and fitness routines. Here’s how Fitbit users around the globe have adapted by finding outlets through new activities.
How we cope with stress is a key to our overall wellbeing. That’s where the new Stress Management Score on Fitbit Sense comes in.
The Fitbit research team set out to explore if wearables can measure physical stress responses to give users a better understanding of how they can monitor and manage stress in their lives. Read on to see what factors had an impact on both physical stress metrics and perceived stress levels.
Find out what Fitbit’s first-ever virtual launch has to offer—from virtual keynote sessions, deep dives on our new products and accessories, incredible product advancements, a yoga class, and so much more.
Cleared and available starting in October, Fitbit is bringing our most advanced heart health technology right to your wrist with a compatible ECG app on the Fitbit Sense.
Your Fitbit smartwatch measures SpO2—or the level of oxygen in your blood—to help you learn when there may be an indication of important changes in your fitness and wellness.
To help you gain a deeper understanding of what your body is saying, Fitbit has developed a new Health Metrics dashboard—available soon to Premium members—that will display five health metrics to help you see trends in your overall wellbeing.