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Smartwatch G500 heart rate monitor: Measure stress and heart rate

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A heart rate monitor is a great companion if we are regulars of sports and want to monitor our physical condition. By being able to visualize our pulsations, we will be able to know how we respond to situations that require physical effort and if, in addition, we like sport more seriously we will be able to have a record of our marks and improve it..

 

With the arrival of heart rate monitors in smartwatches like the G500, it became possible for us to check at all times what level of heart rate we have on the wrist and with it if we are in a stress mode. Each person will have different range values, but monitoring for health is important. We are going to see how to have the heart rate monitor and thus measure the pulsations on the G500 Smartwatch.

 

 

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Activate Smartwatch G500 heart rate monitor

 

 

Step 1

We enter the applications and functions section. We scroll until we find the icon of a heart and click on it.

 

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Step 2

This option makes a record of the heart rate measurement.

 

Start measurement at "Start"

 

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Step 3

After a few seconds the measurement will end.

 

Click on the icon in the upper right corner to see the measurement log in "History"

 

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Step 4

We will see our measurement history, so you can keep a record of your pulsations.

 

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Step 5

We also have the icon next to the previous one.

 

 

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Step 6

In this function we can make a current query of our pulsations and see a graph.

 

 

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Step 7

Then with our linked phone we can consult the data record of the G500

 

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In this way we can activate the heart rate monitor on the G500 smartwatch and thus easily measure stress and heart rate..

 


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