Heart rate monitors are an integral part of all smartwatches these days. The purpose is to help people keep closer tabs on their heart health, and can even be used to help identify atrial fibrillation (Afib) , a serious medical condition that is a leading cause of stroke.
Smartwatches have evolved from being fashion accessories to comprehensive health and fitness trackers in just a few years. And with the rising emphasis on everyone’s physical health, the market is full of devices that track your daily activity, exercise, sleep and general health with a wide range of sensors. They can even alert wearers to the signs of potential heart problems, and call for help if you take a heavy fall and can’t get up.
There are watches that track your ECG and identify atrial fibrillation (Afib), a medical condition that can cause stroke.
Here are some of the smartwatches with the ECG tracking sensor: