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Stress, Recovery & Lifestyle Assessment

ThinkitDrinkit’s Stress and Recovery Monitoring Assessments are targeted for Athletic Performance, Weight Loss and Lifestyle.

These tests can help you to understand how your body responds to stress, activity and recovery. As part of the assessment you receive a report of your analyzed data, and an individual action plan for positive change leading to higher levels of wellness. ThinkitDrinkit makes personalized recommendations for dietary supplements based on your heart monitor analysis, which are included in your report.

This test can be repeated to monitor changes and improvements.

Athletic Performance Assessment

Learn how you use calories,when to train, how to recover, when to rest, how to tailor your training to prevent injury, improve recovery.

Weight Loss Assessment

Identify how well your cardiovascular system works and recovers from physical and environmental stimuli, and how many calories your body needs on a daily basis.

Lifestyle Assessment

Tired at work? Not handling an abundance of stress? Discover how your body acts during daily activities. Find ways to improve yourself by managing stress, improving sleep and work productivity.

How does it work?

A simple heart monitor is worn over a three day period, and your basal heart rate and metabolic rate are monitored then analyzed.

Results and recommendations specific for each assessment’s focus, athletic performance, weight loss,  lifestyle are presented to you in your personal report.

Why should I do a Stress, Recovery & Lifestyle Assessment?

The assessment is a scientific evaluation of your lifestyle and the balance between its primary factors of stress, activity, and recovery.

This physiological analysis uses advanced heartbeat technology to determine:
• How do you handle stress?
• How productive is your work time?
• What effect does this stress have on other areas of your life?
(Periods of prolonged stress without sufficient recovery weaken the body’s defenses and increases the risk of cardiovascular and lifestyle diseases.)

• Are you active enough?
• Do you maximize your exercise?
• What are the effects of your exercise routine?
(Good fitness can increase the functional quality of your life by as many as 20 years.)

• Do you recover sufficiently?
• Do you get the right amount of sleep?
• How is the quality of your sleep?
(Brain capacity drops by 40% after five consecutive nights of poor sleep. Long-term sleeplessness puts you at risk of many diseases.)

The Lifestyle Assessment is a simple three step process:
1. Measurement: Typically a three-day assessment representative of your ‘normal’ lifestyle, wearing a discreet monitor, producing objective physiological data.
2. Feedback: Identify particularly stressful periods during work and leisure time, determine if your activity levels are frequent and intense enough to provide positive health effects, evaluate the quantity and quality of your recovery. Presented in a personalized written report highlighting areas of strength and opportunities for change.
3. Action: Individual action plan for positive change leading to higher levels of wellness. Learn how to effectively manage your stress, make the most of your exercise, and improve the quality of your sleep.

After a prescribed period of change, a follow-up assessment is recommended to confirm the positive progress you will have made.

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Responsibilities of the Participant
If you have a medical condition or are on medication it is important that this is declared so that data can be interpreted in an informed manner.  You are responsible for fully disclosing your medical history, as well as your current state of health. You must list all medications, including over the counter remedies, taken during the monitoring evaluation so that an informed evaluation can be performed.   You should consult your physician as to whether or not our lifestyle assessment is safe for you.

There are a number of conditions where the evaluation of heart rate variability has to be treated with care and may even result in exclusion from the evaluation. Do not use the Lifestyle Assessment Monitor if any of the following apply to you: women in the first trimester of pregnancy, those who have a cardiac pacemaker, serious heart condition, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, heart transplant, bundle branch block, sever allergy to skin adhesive. Circumstantial exclusion criteria includes, but is not limited to: Diabetes with known autonomic neuropathy, chronic heart failure, ectopic heart beat, medications for hypertension (Beta-blockers), depression, thyroid function.

Vita 71 provides assessment and monitoring services, their expertise in analyzing and interpreting your monitoring data to provide actionable lifestyle changes  to improve his lifestyle and wellbeing through informed, scientific decision making.

Our technology is powered by FirstBeat. Firstbeat has developed an innovative heart rate variability-based analysis technology for the measurement of stress, recovery and exercise. Their software products can be applied to improve performance and well-being in sports and at work. They provide information that is rich in detail about exercise monitoring, stress assessment, and recovery.

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We use Ambu electrodes to connect our monitoring device. For over 75 years, Ambu has been leading the way in healthcare, and since 1971, they have been leading the way in the development and design of high quality electrodes for accurate monitoring.