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There has never been more focus on personal biometric baselines, as well as early detection of changes to them and the preciseness of the information given, both in the numbers as well as an explanation of what they represent.

Knowing the universal importance of this, our technical team has been hard at work refining our algorithms and want you to be aware of the changes you can now expect to see.

SpO2 (Oxygen Saturation):

For users with current SpO2 readings less than 95% SpO2, you may have a drop of 1 - 2%. Please DO NOT be alarmed as this is a change in our processing the data differently rather than in your health. Your baseline will adjust accordingly.

Those whose numbers are high, between 97 - 99%, there is a potential for a 1% increase.

Finally, anyone with numbers at 95 - 96%, yours will likely remain about the same.

Respiration Rate:

With this upgrade, your breathing rate measurements will be more accurate. Most users will see an increase in the number of measurements throughout the night which will also be less scattered.

Because the respiration algorithm has improved overall, but in particular in measuring lower respiration rates, users may see a 1 - 2 brpm decrease in their respiration rate readings. As above, the change in your baseline and nightly numbers IS NOT a result of a change in your health or a sign of slower breathing, rather a better reflection of your breathing pattern.

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