Apple Watch saves a person's life again

Apple Watch tachycardia

We started the year with one of those news that we like and that is that the Apple Watch continues to do its "job" with detecting high heart rates and the like. In this case it is a man who saw how the Apple Watch sent him a notification of elevated heart rate, at that precise moment what he did was directly stop taking the walk he was doing and went home to relax. But it seems that being at home quietly did not work out well and in the end he had to go to the doctor who diagnosed him with high blood pressure and tachycardia.

It's really not common to find yourself taking a leisurely walk and having a pulse 170/160 or higher so in these cases it is best to go directly to the doctor as Jorge Freire Jr. did. The capture that heads this article is really clear to go to our doctor and worry since the heart rate is too high not to do any type of exercise, so going to the doctor was the best decision he could make at that time Freire.

Tim Cook email

On this occasion, when he arrived at the hospital, he was treated with drugs and a heart attack was ruled out, something very good despite the scare. Once he was back at home Freire sent an email to Apple of gratitude for what had happened with the detection of his tachycardia and blood pressure, to which Tim Cook himself replied congratulating the year, being happy because it was fine and saying that stories like yours push them to keep working hard as you can see in the top screenshot.


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