An Apple Watch Fitness Notification May Have Saved An American Man’s Life
Really It’s tough to imagine how a wrist watch could save you from death situation – but James Green’s Apple Watch is the reason why he is still alive now.
The Brooklyn reporter (james green) and podcast host got a notification last week from his Heart Watch app saying that his heart rate was higher than usual heart rate. Despite sitting at his desk for several hours, his heart never fell below his usual resting rate of 54.
James green age is 28 years and he is from new york.
The notification, along with a few other symptoms that Green had noticed during the week, prompted him to visit a doctor.
ACT scan then showed that the James green had a pulmonary embolism in his lungs, which leads to death also.
Actually, pulmonary embolism occurs that when arteries within the lungs are blocked by blood clots. Finally, he was treated with blood thinners to break up the clots.
Green Tweeted and convey Thanks to that gadget for saving his life.
Take a look of his tweet below.
Never thought a stupid lil wrist computer I bought 2 years ago would save my life. Saw my ❤️ rate go up, ended up being a pulmonary embolism pic.twitter.com/r97uRcX0En
— renata’s eyepatch (@_jamestgreen) October 13, 2017