Wearable Tech 2 MIN READ

Introducing Ultrahuman Home. The future of healthy living.

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Jan 09, 2024
Blog CES 3

Ultrahuman Home is a silent and power-packed home health monitor that helps you optimize your living space by monitoring daily markers that affect your health. The sleek yet powerful device provides insights on an individual’s external environment including exposure to artificial light, air quality, humidity and noise levels. Personalizing or changing these markers’ basis recommendations from the Ultrahuman home platform will help improve the passive factors that affect your health. Passive markers like PM, CO2 and temperature are important because of their impact on health compounds over time.

Sleep Apnea

Ultrahuman Home helps identify disturbances during sleep as well as additional insights like sleep apnea and snoring, equipping users with insights into sleep quality and acknowledging the interconnectedness of different facets of well-being.

Continuous Temperature Monitoring

By analyzing the external temperature, you can optimize your sleep environment for improved rest, with positive influences on the body’s circadian rhythm and overall sleep efficiency.

Blog CES 2 1

Natural Light Spectrum

Sunlight is a natural source of vitamin D, and adequate vitamin D levels are important for maintaining healthy sleep patterns. Several studies have shown a relationship between vitamin D deficiency and sleep disturbances, such as shorter sleep duration and daytime sleepiness. With Ultrahuman Home, users can measure UV and sunlight levels within their home, emphasizing the importance of maintaining optimal Vitamin D for healthy sleep patterns and circadian rhythm.

Humidity Levels

The optimum humidity for the lungs is achieved when the inspired gas is at body core temperature and 100% relative humidity 1. Insufficient humidity can lead to drying of the airways, impaired mucociliary clearance, and increased risk of respiratory infections 2. Ultrahuman Home helps monitor humidity and empowers users to regulate their environment for optimal lung health. 

Blue light exposure

Exposure to artificial light suppresses melatonin, the sleep-inducing hormone, which can lead to sleeping issues or disorders such as insomnia. With artificial light monitoring sensors within Ultrahuman Home, users can prioritize well-being, understand its impact on circadian rhythm, and foster a healthier sleep environment.

PM Detection

Exposure to particulate matter (PM) particles can adversely affect human health. PM is a type of air pollution that consists of microscopic particles with varying sizes and chemical compositions. Several studies have shown that long-term exposure to high levels of PM can lead to respiratory system damage, cardiovascular dysfunction, and other chronic diseases. Ultrahuman Home will actively measure and notify users about particulate matter (PM) levels in the air, ensuring a safer living environment and promoting long-term respiratory health.

BLog CES 3 1

Smoke Sensor

The device comes equipped with a smoke sensor, adding an extra layer of protection against potential respiratory issues and fire hazards. It is expected to be available by the end of 2024.

Airplane Mode

Its dim light feature supports sleep health by minimizing disruptions to circadian rhythms. The device also offers Airplane mode, which turns off wifi and Bluetooth, empowering users to take control of this exposure.

Prioritizing Privacy

Ultrahuman Home prioritizes privacy with a mic button for on-demand microphone control and on-device processing.

Noise Detection

Noise during sleep can disrupt sleep. Noise exposure variables, such as equivalent noise level and number of noise events per hour, are associated with increased percentage mobility during sleep and decreased sleep efficiency. Maintaining healthy ambient noise levels in a living environment is key to sleep health. Understand the optimal noise band that’s personalised as per your sleep patterns.

Ultrahuman Home will be available for purchase soon.

Sign up for early access at ultrahuman.com/home

Subscribe to Metablog

Get the best, most science backed, and latest in metabolic health delivered to your inbox each week.

Thank you for subscribing!

Please check your email for confirmation message.

    You can unsubscribe at any time, no hard feelings. Privacy Policy

    Loading please wait...