Your Biostrap dashboard shows a summary of your resting heart rate (HR) for any given day you wear your wristband!
Click the “Resting HR” tile on the dashboard to view “Heart Rate Detail Page” for today's data.
The dots shown on the graph are the actual Heart Rate readings taken throughout the day and night.
The number shown above the graph (49 BPM, as shown in the screenshot above) is the median of all the readings taken that day,
You can click on Week to view a summary for he last 7 days, as shown below.
Here, we show the CV (Coefficient of Variance).
This number indicates how resilient you are to changes (physical, psychological, emotional, etc). The lower the number, the more resilient you are.
The number shown above the chart (50 BPM) is a median Heart Rate for the entire week.
In the screenshot shown above, it shows the summary of following matrixes for current week.
- Highest Heart Rate Value for the current week
- Lowest Heart Rate Value for the current week
- CV (Coefficient of Variance). This number indicates how resilient you are to changes (physical, psychological, emotional, etc). The lower the number, the more resilient you are.
You can click on Month to view summary of “Heart Rate” for previous 30 days, as shown below, or Year view for the past 365 days.
Understanding the Sleep Detail page
Sleep is extremely important for overall health! When wearing your wristband device at night, you're able to capture sleep data and learn more about your recovery. Your Biostrap Dashboard shows you a summary of how many hours and minutes you slept, ...
Does Biostrap track active heart rate?
Short answer is: YES, you can see active HR in the Biostrap app with an external heart rate monitor! With the wristband device by itself, it’s important to note that we don’t currently take continuous or real-time measurements - including measuring ...
How do I pair my external heart rate monitor (HRM) to Biostrap for active heart rate?
We're super excited to have this integrated solution for active heart rate! We released this for iOS in September 2017, and released it for Android in March 2018. We have successfully tested with the following devices: Polar H7 Polar H10 Polar OH1 ...
Why can't Biostrap currently track active heart rate?
Biostrap utilizes a clinical-quality PPG sensor with RED and InfraRed LEDs, whereas FitBit (and most of the other wearables) use GREEN LEDS. Red & IR are capable of penetrating much deeper into the tissue which helps us get very high-definition pulse ...
Recovery Score Detail Page
Similar to our Sleep Score, the Recovery Score on your dashboard will further explain how well you've recovered from the previous day. Besides your overall Score, the detail page also includes four contributing factors considered to calculate the ...