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Beyond the fitbit: The future of wearables

The future of fashion promises to focus on integrating man with machine, through the style of our clothing choice. Everything is being replaced by machines. From your local self-checkout machine at Sainsbury’s to religion and the creation of a new superintelligent A.I. computer God that’s 1 billion times smarter than your average human ape descendant. Machines are therefore gradually becoming more a part of human life. So it’s not a surprise that even clothing will be upgraded as part of a biosensing mhealth system that will help take you beyond the fitbit when monitoring and tracking your physical health.

Here are 5 reasons why biosensing wearable are the next best thing in fashion:

The recent boom in mhealth shareholders

Mhealth currently holds 61.8% of all the shareholders in the Market Monitoring Application Section of the market share. Mhealth is therefore exponentially growing and is showing a lot of nascent potential for future applications in the section of monitoring devices that keep track of your physiological health.

So, what is mhealth then?

Mhealth is featured on devices with online capabilities such as smartphones and smart tvs. Mhealth therefore allows its users to keep track of certain aspects of their physiological health more by using electronic devices that are immediately available to the user to monitor their progress.

It is this idea of electronic health tracking that has gradually led on to more technology that is being implemented to constantly monitor your health in various ways. However, whereas mhealth can monitor certain aspects of your physical health such as Asthma, COPD, Diabetes and Heart Disease, biosensing clothing is designed to keep track of much, much more...

What will a bio-sensing fashion style mean for you?

Wearables of the future will be heavily integrated with state-of-the-art technology that will continually monitor many physiological aspects of your health. From the typical clinical indicators of your immediate health, to your body posture, and even your emotional state of mind. These new items of clothing have got you covered!

The future of clothing won’t just be an empty fashion statement

Biosensing wearables will not be a petite accoutrement to some fashion designer’s subjective, feeling-based, theme of fashion. No, here the form will balance out with the function, therefore clothing will not just look appealing, but will be of practical use to you. So as soon as 2020 you can look forward to something sleek and futuristic that can help keep you alive as well as keep you looking hip and trendy.

Beyond the fitbit

Fitbits may soon become a thing if the past, displayed as an obsolete human artefact in some quaint and obscure museum of human fitness. Either that, or the fitbit will be relegated to the back of the charity shop, destined to collect dust and to eventually depart on its way on the long trip to the nearest landfill. People will therefore no longer buy a fitbit to monitor and track their health when biosensing clothing ranges can replace and outperform the fitbit at monitoring your general health, posture and happiness.

So are you looking forward to the future of technological fashion? Comment your answers below and share this article if you found it interesting.

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