As health goes, I used the LG smart watches' step tracker to keep track of my daily steps because I had started a diet a week prior to receiving the watch.
The idea I have includes an app like a “MyFitnessPal,” which has a large database for foods to track your calorie intake. I want to be able to sync the watch with the app. I want the watch to track your blood pressure and heart rate, as well as the steps, which can reduce the risk of injury from exercising. It could give notifications if your heart rate increases to an unsafe level or tell you to pick up your pace and increase the level.
With the increase in the number of people with high blood pressure, this app should be able to track your blood pressure. Each year, more than 7.6 million deaths worldwide are attributed to high blood pressure. A healthy diet and exercise are crucial to reducing this epidemic, and with this app and watch, the ability to track blood pressure could bring about greater awareness of the problem. Again, it should notify you if your level is too high or low, as well as recommend certain foods that can reduce blood pressure. Finally, I would suggest a modification to the ability to track steps. The difference between the one that’s already on the watch and the app that I’m suggesting is the ability to notify you about the weather. When walking or running, the app should sync with a weather app and have an option to notify you if the weather is too cold or hot, or if it’s raining or snowing, and recommend if it’s even worth walking/running in these conditions.