iHeart Internal Age Device App Now Available for Android Users Worldwide
VANCOUVER, Aug. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - iHeart, the successful device developed by a Canadian doctor that calculates your body's Internal Age, is now Android compatible. VitalSines -- the company behind this device -- announced its new Android app after originally launching on iOS in 2016.
The iHeart device was created by Dr. Jess Goodman to help people live longer and healthier lives. iHeart tracks a metric offering insight into overall health and objectively tracks improvement from exercise, good diet and lower stress. To calculate Internal Age, the device is simply placed on a user's finger and will generate a result in 30 seconds. The goal is that users will be able to make changes to their health habits that, over time, lower their Internal Age while they pursue a healthier lifestyle.
"87 per cent of the world's population uses Android devices, so we felt it necessary to get a new app out placing vital information into more hands," said Dr. Jess Goodman, creator of iHeart. "In just 30 seconds -- anywhere, anytime, on almost any device -- we are giving people the tools to live happier, healthier lives."
iHeart measures Aortic Stiffness, a health metric proven to predict risk of death from all causes and identify people as young as thirty at higher risk for heart disease, stroke and dementia. Stiffness of a person's Aorta, the body's biggest blood vessel, is a measure of spinal flexibility and core mobility, concepts common to yoga and Tai Chi. iHeart is a bridge between ancient Eastern wisdom and Western scientific understanding. iHeart's smartphone app records Aortic Stiffness data, comparing each reading to the average in order to calculate Internal Age, allowing users to quickly and easily monitor health improvement.
iHeart is now available on Android devices worldwide via the PlayStore. To learn more or to order a device, please visit www.goiheart.com.
About VitalSines, Inc. VitalSines was founded by Dr. Jess Goodman to give people the ability to see health benefits from exercise, good diet, and stress management through health technology. Dr. Goodman has developed ways of analyzing the arterial pulse signal, objectively showing internal health changes related to Aortic Stiffness. The company is dedicated to providing people with devices and resources to optimize their health and wellness.