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Does Anyone Else Use Smart Watches To Monitor O2 Levels To Notify Friends?
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I use one that can be set off by over movement and start taking o2 levels. And if they are dropping they contact my friend to tell her. I might not be breathing I test it often to make sure it is working to. Paranoia lol

posted February 1
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A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

And I also do have an alert one to for when I go walking

posted February 1
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

I doubt I have a way to show what my O2 is, It keeps track of sleep, Blood Pressure, number of steps taken, and other things. There should be a way to have my Emergency Contacts on the phone. However, I have a MedicAlert card that shows all the information they have on me.

My Neurologist said one of those "I fell down, cannot get up!" alarm will not work. I ordered one another time, but it would only work near my Landline phone.

Leslie

posted February 1
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

My phone has a feature which notifies others if I fall. I didn't know it existed 😳 until I fell one night while holding my phone.
BTW It's an Android.

posted February 1
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

My watch could keep track of my Heart Rate, but do not. Nor do I keep track of my O2 or pulse. Those have ever been issues. I stopped walking in Fundraising walks, because being overheated is another issue. They also give you little bottles of water to drink every few blocks. My Neurologist told me drinking too much water is not good either.

posted June 15
A MyEpilepsyTeam Member

I have a smart watch that measures my heart rate. I didn't know you could measure your o2 level. Is there an app for that? Do I download it on my phone and somehow transfer it to my watch or do you just download it from your watch?

posted June 14

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