Keeping Seniors Active: A 24 Hour Approach

Leveraging the capabilities of high-quality consumer wearables and research devices, it is possible to create comprehensive recommendations for how people should structure physical activity and sleep that are aligned with how they actually spend their day and that incorporate how one activity affects another (e.g. – how exercise affects sleep), called the 24 Hour Activity Cycle (24HAC). The 24HAC also opens up the possibility of tailoring recommendations to the individual based on wearable device feedback. Download the white paper to learn how this approach is especially important for older individuals, who often get the bulk of their activity through lower intensity activities such as walking, gardening, shopping, and housework and who may be concerned that they are not meeting existing activity guidelines.

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