New Delhi: A new bio-sensor has been developed by scientists who can easily detect conditions like stress, muscle fatigue and dehydration.
When the human body undergoes strenuous exercise, there’s a point at which aerobic muscles function becomes anaerobic muscle function, said study co-author Jenny UIyanova from CFD Research Corporation (CFDRC).
"At that point, lactate is produce at a faster rate than it is being consumed. When that happens, knowing what those levels are can be an indicator of potentially problematic conditions like muscle fatigue, stress, and dehydration," he added.
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