Unveiling Early Insights from COR One: Solving Inflammation with ESR Tracking

Unveiling Early Insights from COR One: Solving Inflammation with ESR Tracking

The COR One In-home ESR device has been in the hands of our users for a few months now, and the feedback and learnings we've received are truly remarkable. Here are some key findings from our early data:

1. Age Dependence in ESR Levels

As expected from literature, there's a notable age dependence in ESR levels for both males and females. Interestingly, this trend is much more pronounced for females.

2. 78.5% of Data Points Within the Standard Normal Range

Our analysis reveals that a significant majority of users have ESR levels within the standard normal range. This suggests that most users are starting from a healthy baseline, which is encouraging news.

3. But only 27.46% of Users in the Optimal Range

While a good number of users are within the normal range, only 27.46% have ESR levels that fall within the optimal range. This highlights an opportunity for many to improve their inflammation levels further.

4. Encouraging Trends Among Repeat Testers

The most exciting finding is that among users who have tested multiple times, 32.4% have been able to lower their ESR levels using the insights provided by the COR One device. This shows the potential of our device to support users in actively managing and improving their health.

Understanding ESR and Its Importance

ESR, or erythrocyte sedimentation rate, is a marker of inflammation in the body. High ESR levels can indicate chronic inflammation, which is linked to various health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and autoimmune disorders. Monitoring ESR can provide valuable insights into one's health and help guide lifestyle changes.

How COR One Helps

At COR Health, we aim to empower our users with actionable health data. The COR One device makes ESR monitoring accessible and easy, providing users with the information they need to make informed decisions about their health. Regular monitoring can help users track their progress and make necessary adjustments to their lifestyle to maintain or achieve optimal health. Even our initial early data is showing what we hoped to demonstrate: that having an easily accessible trackable data on inflammation could help people lower theirs, and thereby be on a path to living a longer healthier life. This is the realization of the long-standing promise of digital health.

Looking Ahead

We are committed to continually improving our technology and features to support our users' health journeys. The early data from COR One is just the beginning. We are excited to see how our users will continue to benefit from regular ESR monitoring and the insights it provides.

Join us in our mission to take control of your health with the COR One In-home ESR device. Together, we can achieve a healthier future.

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