The concept of health and fitness is based on medicine and how the health industry is evolving. We have seen a lot of changes to our understanding of health and fitness in recent years. Perhaps most importantly, there has been an increase in life expectancy. Life expectancy has risen from sixty-five up to over eighty in just a few short decades. People are living longer, and while this is creating more health problems, it’s still a positive. In the future, we’re going to see even more progress in our understanding of good health. However, if you’ve been keeping an eye on the market, you might be surprised to learn that the changes are here already. These are some of the advanced health projects that will be on the market within the next few years.
Cryotherapy may sound like a term ripped from a science fiction film, and that’s because it is. We’ve seen ideas based around cryotechnology in a number of fantasy films. Now, it is becoming a real possibility. Scientists and researchers believe that cryotherapy could increase the activity of healing cells. It has long been known that the body's self-healing. This is what happens when a wound closes over, or a muscle fixes itself after a time. By activating these healing cells, we will be able to rejuvenate our body faster than ever before. The tech involves dropping the temperature of the body down to an incredible 130 degrees. Therefore, it is quite frightening. However, there is no doubt the advantages of this tech could be incredible.
Another idea ripped straight from the mind of science fiction writers is nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is tiny, microscopic AI. Scientists theorize that this proposed tech could be used to correct gene problems. Or heal internal wounds and even cure paralysis. The key word here is theorized however if you research the tech, it is in developmental stages. It’s not as far off as most people would probably assume. We expect nanotech to be announced and implemented in the next few years. It’s just a case of developing the tech to power it, and you can bet, scientists are already working on that.
As the world population continues to rise health facilities will be pushed to their very limit. There’s nothing we can do about this. What we can do is think about an alternative possibility and the answer is digital care. Through digital care, patients will be able to access and interact an AI. This AI could have all the knowledge of a doctor or nurse. While they will be unable to offer treatment, they can recommend whether a patient needs support from a doctor. This type of tech is sure to reduce wait times and allow everyone to access a better level of healthcare.
These are just some of the health & fitness ideas, soon to be patented on the market. It’s clear that while health issues are still a problem tech may well provide all the answers that we need.