What Metrics Matter in a Data-Hungry Culture
We’re all wearing the Fitbit these days, which is registering our pulse, # of steps walked, sleep patterns, and other personal metrics involved in our fitness and biological wellness. It may be giving you helpful information about yourself, but is it really giving you all of the information to tell you WHY your body is feeling what it’s feeling? What if your needs extend past sleep and cardio.
If only Fitbit had a sensor for toxic people and their effects on you; effects that change the conditions of your muscles, blood pressure and sleep patterns.
It isn’t going to tell you that your neck is so tense because you’re tightening your jaw in order to resist saying the potentially-charged, raw things you might want to say to your boss, or significant other
Fitbit doesn’t have these sensors, but you do! Sometimes you need assistance to interpret your sensory system. Our bodies are fully equipped to sense, filter, and respond if we can assess the physical data. Your SPRe practitioner can help you discern the information your body possesses and is communicating, in ways the Fitbit data alone won’t; in-formation from yourself, to yourself, about yourself.