Dr. Steele: Heart health with your Apple Watch. So my name is Dr. Erica Steele. I’m a holistic doctor in family practice. I hold six degrees in my field, and they’re all in the natural healthcare space, ranging from psychology to natural healthcare sciences and natural medicine. I’m a board-certified naturopathic doctor, and I choose to be drug-free.
Doctor, an Apple Watch can help track and improve your heart health. The watch includes several features that allow you to monitor your heart rate, including its heart rate app. It also displays your heart rate and summarizes it over the past day.
Week as well as month. Additionally, the watch includes features called Heart Rate Sensor, which allows you to take an E C D, an electrocardiogram reading that can detect your abnormal heart rhythms. The watch also includes several other features that can help you to improve your heart health.
So, for example, the activity app can be used to track your physical fitness daily. The. Steps you take, the distance you cover, and even the number of calories you burn. The workout app can track your specific types of exercises, such as running or cycling, and you can set goals for your exercise routine.
There is also a feature called the Breathe App, which helps you manage stress by really working on reminding you to be conscious. To focus on your breathing, the app has provided guided breathing exercises that can help you relax and unwind. Finally, while it’s important to note, an Apple Watch can be valuable for monitoring and improving your heart health.
It should not replace the care of a healthcare professional. If you have any concerns about your heart health, it’s always best to consult your doctor. Holistic doctors. Often excluded in that conversation, we do education because we really want to look at all things related to their heart, such as their stress levels, water intake, your food, as well as ruling out all the big stuff that your allopathic cardiologist is gonna do.
So tune in for more information on heart health.