How does it work?
Fill in your DeepH profile with your:
3. Date of birth - we need to know your age to determine your age group and calculate your health score accuely.
5. Weigh and Height - we need your weight and height to calculate your BMI (Body Mass index).
Body Mass Index is a simple calculation using a person's height and weight. The formula is BMI = kg/m2 where kg is a person's weight in kilograms and m2 is their height in metres squared. A BMI of 25.0 or more is overweight, while the healthy range is 18.5 to 24.9. You will be able to check your current status under the section “weight parameter” by following the “see your progress’’ link in the app.
Add your data in either imperial or metric. Most countries use the Metric System, which uses the measuring units such as meters and grams and adds prefixes like kilo, milli and centimetres. In the United States, the older Imperial system is used, where things are measured in feet, inches and pounds.
6. To get data into your DeepH profile from another device or app you must be connected to it. To do this, click ‘connect to Apple Health’ on your iPhone or ‘connect to Google Fit’ on your Android. Data import times can vary, so if it seems like it’s taking a long time, don’t worry. This process depends on Apple Health and Google Fit, and sometimes it can take up to 1 hour to fully transfer the data across. If you do not want to wait, however, then connect to Apple Health or Google Fit by following the app flow. Turn all of the categories on and come back later to check the import status.
7. If you have a Fitbit tracker, you can click the ‘connect Fitbit’ button and follow the instructions. By synchronising your Fitbit tracker with the Fitbit app, your data will be automatically imported into DeepH and then analysed. Once complete, you will get instant feedback and advice, as well as your Health Score.