At a time when some people return to work, but still many are at home telecommuting or simply providing assistance to the family, it is easy to forget the rhythm of day-to-day life or let yourself fall into the routine . So that you do not forget to take care of yourself, you can choose a partner who will help you coordinate your day and your health, even monitoring the oxygen saturation in your blood (SpO2).
The level of SpO2 in the blood is an important physiological indicator for the functioning of the respiratory system, so it is essential to be controlled by all people, especially those who practice physical exercise and those who have a very busy life.
The oxygen saturation levels in the blood can help to understand your physical condition, in order to define the ideal moments to take a break or continue exercising. Under normal conditions, a healthy person should have an SpO2 level between 90 and 100. This indicator is essential and its monitoring is essential to avoid accidents or breathing problems during physical exercise and / or daily life.
In general, people often think that common health problems such as fatigue, drowsiness, dizziness or a fast heartbeat are caused by lack of sleep, but ignore that the main cause may be hypoxemia (abnormally low levels of oxygen in the blood) ). This indicator, available on the Huawei Watch GT 2e and Watch GT2 42 mm, will help to control this situation, either while working or even at leisure.
How to measure SpO2 using the Huawei Watch GT 2e and Watch GT2 42 mm?
In addition to the two traditional methods (arterial blood gas and pulse oximeter), Huawei recently launched SpO2 monitoring functionality on the Huawei Watch GT, Watch GT 2e and Watch GT2 42 mm, highlighting the focus on the health and fitness features of its watches smart.
To perform the test, all the user needs to do is choose this feature on the screen of his smartwatch and the test will start automatically.
The biggest advantage of Huawei's solution for measuring SpO2 over traditional methods is that users can perform the test anytime and anywhere without taking extra medical equipment with them.