The unit analyzes the heart rate and the contraction of the muscles of the user.
Dutch scientists have created the Nightwatch, a smart bracelet that monitors heart rate and movement of the user. In the case that the device will notice increased activity and contraction of muscles characteristic of epileptic seizure, the indicator light will turn red, and the bracelet can inform you about the attack medical staff. The results of the first studies of wearable bracelet published in the journal Neurology, reports UkrMedia.
Repetitive seizures often occur when exposed to certain external and internal factors. For example, it is well known that the attack may be a touch to occur from the effects of bright flashing lights. In addition, epileptic seizures may accompany menstruation, as well as to synchronize with the cycles of sleep and wakefulness. In the latter case, often have seizures during sleep: to control them can be difficult, and saport
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