Those of you who know me, know that I am really into data and measurement and using that insight to make decisions and take actions. So I was delighted to have the opportunity to wear Optima-life’s First beat monitor for 7 days. In a nutshell,
I’ve been tracking many aspects of my health for a long-time now, but only stumbled upon the Quantified Self (QS) movement by chance. It was great to have a label for what I do and meet like-minded people who run interesting experiments to optimize their
Ever since attending my first Quantified Self (QS) meet up six months ago, I have been inspired to track and measure many more aspects of my life. Whilst I've always tracked a number of things, I've taken this personal tracking to a completely new level
An inspiring speech from Dr. David Angus, a leading cancer specialist, who's overall message of focusing on prevention and looking at data to support health decisions is very consistent with my own views.
I bought myself a little present last week, a Jawbone UP, bracelet . As someone who hasn't warn a watch for years, it has taken some getting used to, particularly at night. However, the insight I am getting on my daily activity and sleep quality
I watched the second episode of 'Trust Me I'm a Doctor' , a very interesting BBC programme which looks at the evidence behind many health ideas, products and procedures. Tonight's show tackled a topic which I'm personally very interested in - the idea of having