We have been in the era of smart phones for a long time, but the electromagnetic radiation of smart phones is still a lingering topic of health risks to the human body.In the new age of fitness tracker devices, consumers are also worried that electronics will be “close” to consumers for a long time, and whether electromagnetic radiation and other sensors pose health risks.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the world’s most authoritative health agency, recently released a regulatory document on equipment that will be popular with fitness tracker smart bracelets, according to TheVerge, the US technology news website.The FDA, which includes a low-risk device, will not regulate the product.
Defined by FDA, low-risk devices are not “aggressive” to human health, do not involve lasers and electromagnetic radiation, and pose no new use and bio adaptive problems.
For the tech industry, the FDA’s policy also creates a more relaxed policy space for smart wristband.Otherwise, the regulatory and compliance process of health products would consume a lot of time and effort.
Many of the consumer electronics used in many lives tend to have a healthy negative impact on consumers and are therefore not covered by the FDA in low – risk devices , such as sunlamps for tanning skin , which can cause cancer risk , and some of the fillers used in cosmetic surgery may risk in vivo rupture .
Sports bracelets or veryfit fitness wristbands are included in products that improve people’s health.These products encourage people to control their weight, improve their health, relieve stress, encourage self-esteem and self-confidence, and improve sleep quality.
The radiation from the smart wristband bracelet, which is the size of a small nail cap, is less than mobile phones, not even televisions, or even Wi-Fi.Smart wristband bracelet wear will not adversely affect the health of the user, but also do not rule out inappropriate way to wear or wrist band allergies and other individual cases.
So concerns about the radiation of smart wristbands can be eliminated, hoping that future smart wearable products will provide more comfort and convenience for our lives.