From saving lives to detecting pregnancies, here’s how Apple Watch works !

Apple Smartwatches are known for saving the lives of many. According to the recent reports, the Apple Watch has detected the pregnancy of an expecting mother. With the Apple Watch, women can record the information about their menstrual cycle. This is done with the help of the Cycle Tracking App. Apple Watch has always been credited for saving the lives of people with its incredible features. Now, it has even helped a 34 year old woman, to detect her pregnancy.

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The 34 year old Apple Watch user became suspicious when hear Apple Watch pointed out that her average resting heart rate had increased considerably in the last few days. Usually her resting heart rate was about 57. However she found out that her heart rate got increased to 72. There are many reasons for a person’s heart rate to increase. The woman first thought that she might have contracted Covid 19, due to which her heart rate may have increased.

However when she did a Covid test, she turned out to be negative. Then she came across some articles which claimed that pregnant women will also experience an increased heart rate during the very early weeks of pregnancy. So she took a pregnancy test, which turned out to be positive.

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The woman found out that she was four weeks pregnant. Even though, the Apple watch doesn’t have a direct feature to detect pregnancy, the observation of the device guided the woman to do the test. The woman advises all Apple users to pay attention to the Apple Watch heart rate warnings after her experience.

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