YONO acts as a tiny silicon in-ear thermometer that can measure a woman’s basal temperature while she sleeps. A woman’s basal temperature is an important parameter the helps track a woman’s fertility and the optimal window to conceive.
What exactly is basal body temperature you ask?
Basal body temperature (BBT) is the lower body temperature in a 24-hour period. Tracking basal temperature isn’t as easy as it may seem. To predict effectively, it must be done every morning before getting out of bed and is often prone to human error (such as wrong measurements due to sickness or one restless night). Moreover, it requires a basal thermometer sensitive enough to measure the minute changes in your body. The measurement indication is based on the premise that two or three days after you ovulate, hormonal changes cause a rise of 0.4 to 0.1 degrees in your BBT, which lasts until your next period. By keeping track of your BBT for a few months, you’ll be able to see the pattern in your cycle and be able to pinpoint your most fertile days.
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So what does YONO bring to the table?
By putting the tiny earpiece within your ear it records and measures automatically your temperature up to 70 times per night. In the morning, it syncs to an application using Bluetooth, which then analyzes the data and recommends an optimal fertility window. It takes away all the hassle associated with conducting accurate measurements and simplifies something incredibly burdening into something seamless and easy.
With YONO, all you need to do is slip the small ear thermometer in your ear before bed.
Why will it work?
It’s important and it makes life easy.
At the end of the day, fertility is a sensitive issue that hits close to home for many. It becomes that much more frustrating once taking into account the emotional drain that may be associated with attempting to conceive and then factoring in an obtrusive daily task such as attempting to measure your BBT. Making this task just a bit simpler, as YONO has done, makes all the difference and that’s why we at Humavox believe in their success.
So congratulations to YONO, thank you for making the fertility tracking process that much easier!
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