“Huawei Health App Paves the Way for a Wholesome Lifestyle”- Dr. Pandula Basnayake
Huawei, innovative smartphone manufacturer, has always delivered its consumers with the best tools to give them a superior smartphone experience. Huawei Health is the official Huawei app provided to monitor health and physical activity. The app lets the user keep a detailed record of information about sleep habits, weight history, daily burned calories and heart rate.
Huawei Health offers workout modules for all its user’s sports activities. It can be installed and supported on Android and Apple on the recently launched set of wearable, the Huawei Watch GT 2 and Band 4.
The Huawei Health app supports several modes encouraging users to take up walking, running and cycling, while tracking record running, heart rate, trajectory, with speed and other sports data. It also supports a significantly large distance for the marathon running training program. Alongside the Huawei Wear App Data integration, Huawei Health provides complete, unified sports and health services.
Fitness Model, Dr. Pandula Basnayake, commented, “The Huawei Health app is a good opportunity for athletes and other users indulging in sports and workouts to conveniently track their performance and switch to a healthy lifestyle. I highly recommend this app with its many features that support running, walking, cycling as well as monitoring your performance, heart rate and sleep. It serves as a seamless tool to stay fit and pay attention to your health, all through your smartphone. I have paired the Huawei Health app along with the Huawei Watch GT 2 to track my performance and use workout modes effectively.”
The exercise tab provides an opportunity for all Huawei Health app users to record all physical activity. The user can pick if they are walking, running or cycling, choosing specific exercise plans that let you add long-term objectives that will deliver extra motivation. The sleep and heart rate tabs allow users to control their current health status. The first one reveals how many hours of light and deep sleep the user gets each night and the second one shows if the user’s heart rate is more or less stable during the day.