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Fitbit’s Extended Health Metrics Are Now Available For Free – Review Geek

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Available in the Fitbit app, the health metrics dashboard lets you see long-term trends or changes in your health data. It’s an essential feature, but if you’re a free user, the Health Metrics Dashboard only lets you see data for one week. Fortunately, that is changing.

During its health-focused checkup event, Google announced that Fitbit’s health metrics dashboard will provide 90 days of continuous health data for all users. This 90-day overview used to be exclusive to Fitbit Premium.

The health metrics dashboard includes various data points, including respiratory rate, blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), and skin temperature:

  • Breathing frequency: The number of breaths you take each minute.
  • Heart rate variability (HRV): A specialized metric that measures the time (in milliseconds) between each heartbeat. A low HRV score can indicate extreme stress or a cardiovascular problem.
  • skin temperatures: Measures variations in skin temperature while you sleep. This feature could help you identify what is interrupting your sleep.
  • Oxygen saturation (SpO2): A metric that measures oxygen saturation in the blood. (Only available on Fitbit devices with a SpO2 sensor.)
  • Resting Heart Rate (RHR): The number of times your heart beats per minute when you are relaxed or sitting.

We’re excited to see Fitbit expand the ease of use of the Health Metrics Dashboard. In fact, it’s the best news we’ve heard from Fitbit in 2023. The company has spent the past few months removing useful features and experiencing random outages; Hopefully this is a sign that things will change.

Fitbit’s health metrics dashboard is available in the Fitbit app (Android/iOS). According to Google, 90-day health metrics will arrive at the end of March. Once again, this feature is now available to Fitbit Premium subscribers.

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