The watch that knows you best is back with a more personalized health experience. It comes with a heart monitoring package that brings you peace of mind, so you can focus on your day. The built-in PPG sensor periodically measures heart rate and heart rhythm while you wear the Galaxy Watch6 and will alert you if your heart rate is too high or too low. It is very important, as we need to record our heartbeats, as abnormal heartbeats will cause symptoms such as chest pain, fainting or light-headedness. This device does not only benefit us but may also be beneficial to nurses to treat patients.
With the Blood Pressure (BP) feature on the Galaxy Watch6 series, you are able to check your wellness routine where it helps to measure and track your blood pressure right on your wrist and there is no additional equipment required. The reason for us to do a daily BP check is to know if we have the possibility of getting high blood pressure as it will increase the risk of death from stroke and heart disease. High blood pressure and elevated blood pressure often have no symptoms, so checking your blood pressure is the only way to know for sure whether it is too high. That is why having a smartwatch to monitor your heart pressure on a regular basis can help you and your care team discover any problems early.
Get to know your body inside and out with Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) where you can collect data on your body any time you like. These measurements will help you take a data-driven approach to monitor your body and health better and set personalized fitness goals.
It is definitely a smartwatch with safety features to keep your worries away. Should you take a tumble, Fall Detection will catch it and ask if you need help. For other emergencies, simply press the home button five times to send SOS to emergency services. When help arrives, quickly access your Medical info from the lock screen with a single tap and leave the rest to the medical team.
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