5 reason to use Wearable Health Trackers

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Wearable health trackers, such as smartwatches are increasingly becoming mainstream products. These devices are capable of tracking our health data and can help us understand our overall health and fitness better. The Indian wearable market has seen a massive growth of 144.3% as compared to 2019. In fact, over the next few years, it is the healthcare industry that is expected to drive the entire wearable technology market. Thanks to the availability of cutting-edge products.

The future of health tracking devices looks brighter than ever before. So let’s go ahead and see the top 5 reasons to use Wearable health trackers.

1. They track our breathing, heart rate, etc.:

Wearables are helping us to track our exercise, breathing, heart rate, and more with the help of sensors embedded in their chips. The device collects data and converts it into steps, calories, sleep quality, and general activities you perform throughout the day. Some trackers even have a sensor called ‘altimeter’ which measures your altitude, thereby tracking the number of flights of stairs you’ve climbed. The alarm in the tracker reminds you about a range of things. Such as completing the number of steps, drinking enough water, standing, walking, sleeping at the right time, and much more.

2. Best for on-the-go people:

If you’re someone who’s always busy or hates checking their phone all the time, then you should give this a try. Wearable technology provides us with the ability to track our location with GPS and view text messages more quickly. And most of the devices allow us to do this hands-free and portable. Wearables are connected to our smart devices, transmitting information to them and allowing us to view it at later times, as well as in the moment. So it is best for people on the go.

3. We can self-monitor our exercise:

Thanks to the pandemic, fitness has gained significant mindshare. At the same time, due to social distancing protocols, access to gyms and other similar communities wasn’t possible. Thus, in these circumstances, wearables are a boon to help us track our activity. With a fitness tracker on, you want to keep up with the goals it projects. A fitness tracker lets you record your exercise statistics. It generates detailed infographics and reports so that you can look at how far you have come.

4. Monitoring our health:

Activity tracking helps in creating awareness among people about the importance of exercise, proper sleep, and healthy eating. But they are not only for healthy people, but they are also for people who have some ailments like heart problems, and obesity. With self-tracking features, the device can help you monitor your fitness level and keep a track of it. The most important effect of these wearables is that a complete view of one’s health can be achieved, reducing the time and cost.

5. The data can be used by Doctors to diagnose:

Wearable devices can allow doctors, nurses, and other clinical staff to monitor patients—whether they’re in the hospital or at home. It will record a patient’s vital biometrics even when they are healthy so that these would be available to help find solutions when they are sick. With patients’ physiology remotely measured in real-time, hospitals can free up beds, doctors can keep watch on patients’ vitals regardless of location, and greater efficiency is gained.


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