Over time, the Apple Watch has developed into quite the daily heart rate monitor, but things have boosted up by a long way with the new Series 4 and watchOS 5. Additionally, to high heart rate notifications, Apple has recently rolled out the low heart rate notifications on Apple Watch. Despite the fact that a low heart rate is generally believed to be good, it could also be a symptom for other medical conditions.
Customize Low and High Heart Rate notifications on Apple Watch
Now, in the company of the Series 4, users are going to be able to customize both high and low heart rate notifications on Apple Watch. In this post, you will learn how to enable notifications for high and low heart rate notifications on your Apple Watch. Stay calm and kindly go through the steps as given below.
Steps to enable Low and High Heart Rate notifications on Apple Watch
- First of all, fire up the Watch app on iPhone and scroll down to Heart.
- Click on the “Low Heart Rate” option.
- Select the time when Apple Watch should alert you at (40, 45, or 50 bpm).
- And the same goes for “High Heart Rate.” Here, you can select between 100 and 150 bpm. Also, you can disable both on your own.
It’s always good to hear that Apple is putting efforts to improve the Apple Watch especially when it comes to health. In conjunction with heart rate notifications, the company is also looking forward to releasing an ECG/EKG app in the upcoming software updates that will allow users to take an ECG just by pressing their finger on the Digital Crown for 30 seconds.
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