Apple Watch warned before it was diagnosed!
Apple Watch warned its user, whose health notifications were turned off, months before the disease was diagnosed.
In addition to its technological functions, the Apple Watch is also notable for its health-related features. Especially recently, we often hear how much the device helps with the health of its users.
Apple Watch, which sends notifications by analyzing the data it obtains, alerted its user months before it was diagnosed. Following this situation, the young woman encourages everyone to turn on their health notifications. Here are the details…
Apple Watch warned young woman months ago
Lauren, who studied nursing in Sydney, was diagnosed with Thyroid disease. Following this, Lauren encouraged Apple Watch users to turn on health notifications. Because if he had opened it himself, he could have been diagnosed much earlier.
The young girl described what happened in a TikTok video. Lauren’s smartwatch detected a decline in her health a few months ago and noticed something was wrong. The young girl, whose health notices were turned off, was only able to receive notifications sent by the device months later when her condition worsened.
The device actually detected the most obvious heart rate change from the symptoms of Thyroid disease months ago. The Apple Watch also found a drop in oxygen consumption in October. This was associated with symptoms such as fatigue, irritability, sensitivity to heat, weight gain and dry skin.
Lauren says in her TikTok video:
Instead of waiting for the symptoms to really worsen, I could have gone to the doctor in October, when there was this dramatic drop in a few days. Don’t get me wrong, the Apple Watch is definitely not something you should follow as medical advice, but I think it might work as a tool to direct you to do more research on things.
This is not the first early diagnosis of the wearable device
In late 2021, Michael Reilly announced in a tweet that he had gone to the cardiologist to find out that the three veins in his heart were blocked, thanks to the wearable device’s “Irregular rhythm notifications feature.”
How the f*ck did I have three blocked arteries?? I fasted, ate low carb, cut seed oils, did cardio and weights at least 5x a week. End result…. My widow maker was 95% blocked?? thank the Lord I just happened to go to cardiologist after iwatch reported afib pic.twitter.com/o1xsdHLK68
— Michael Reilly (@TheCarnivoreKid) December 21, 2021
Also a few months ago, a nurse named Patti Sohn went to the doctor when she was notified of her heartbeat beating under the abnormal and found out that she needed to wear a pacemaker.
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