6 Heart Stats You Can Track With Samsung’s Products and Services

Blood pressure can be one of the key indicators for managing heart health.

A Growing Study with UCSF

Receives feedback on your blood pressure measured from My BP Lab with the optical sensor found in the latest Galaxy devices. Since its launch in March 2018, My BP Lab has enrolled tens of thousands of participants in a study that monitors blood pressure and daily stress reactions.

Resting Heart Rate (RHR)

The number of heartbeats per minute while at rest can be a snapshot of how healthy your heart is when considered alongside other markers such as blood pressure and cholesterol. Measuring your heart rate during exercise can help you determine when you’re pushing too hard, or when you need to kick it up a notch to achieve your desired fitness.

Measure 3 heart rate zones

Moderate, vigorous, and maximum – with Samsung’s optical sensor in your favorite Samsung Galaxy smartphone or Galaxy wearable.

Monitor4 different sleep cycles

awake, light, deep, and REM – to get insights and improve your sleep quality with Sleep Stage Detection on the Galaxy Watch.

Proper sleep isn’t just good to keep your energy level throughout the day – it’s also good for your heart. Getting adequate sleep has been shown to reduce the risk of hypertension and coronary heart disease.

Track Your Diet 7 Days a Week

Take a picture of your dish with Bixby’s vision capabilities on the latest Galaxy smartphones and it will identify your food and suggest calorie counts. You can log it within Samsung Health where you can manage your calorie balance and weight management goals.

A healthy, balanced diet is essential to maintaining a healthy heart. Maintaining calories and ensuring you get a wide variety of nutrients can help reduce the risk of a variety of heart diseases.

24-Hour Stress Tracking

Use the Galaxy Watch’s Stress Tracking with the Breathing Guide app to discover new ways to stay calm and monitor your progress with daily and weekly updates.

Stress can raise your blood pressure and lead to other adverse heart conditions. Finding ways to stay calm and centered may greatly improve your health.

Track 39 Different Exercises

Gear up and track your workouts with Samsung’s Galaxy Watch. Log your info into Samsung Health to keep on track or receive smart inactive alerts to stay motivated.

Exercise is important for maintaining a healthy heart. Physical inactivity and a sedentary lifestyle have been linked to heart disease, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases.

Connect It All Through Samsung Health Join 65 Million Health Conscious People

Whether trying to improve your diet or be more active, the Samsung Health app is the perfect hub to track your progress. Sync it to your wearable and track your exercise, sleep, stress level, heart rate, and calories to give you more control over your health goals.

Use the Ask an Expert feature to video consult with board-certified physicians and manage prescriptions covered by major insurance providers along with access to an A1-driven Symptom checker for quick health condition assessments.

  1. My BP Lab app, which is intended for research purposes only and should be not used for diagnostic purposes, is currently available for download in the United States on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 and Galaxy Note 9 devices for users 18 or above. users can participate in the research study run by UCSF Medical School to ensure their blood pressure, and heart rate, and receive personalized insight.
  2. Continuous Heart Rate monitoring is supported by Gear S3 and above.
  3. Currently available with Galaxy S9/S9+ and above Service availability is content provider may differ by country. Calorie counts are only an estimate and may not be accurate the actual amount Of calories may differ by food and health status Of the user.
  4. Samsung Health has 65 million monthly active users globally as Of August 2018.
  5. Service currently available in the US. and U.K. for Symptom Checkers and in China, India, U.S., and the UK to Ask an Expert.

Are you using any Samsung or Apple health app to monitor your health?

Kirsty Wark

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