Did you know that the new version of the Withings application enables you to browse all your data at the same time? Check out this video tutorial to understand how it works.
To browse your weight and blood pressure graphs, you simply rotate the phone horizontally and use your finger to track across, zoom or switch between graphs. What’s new with the 3.5 version? You will find all of your saved results from your balance and your blood pressure monitor. You can view and compare graphs with data from your weight, body fat and blood pressure with the use of one finger only.
It’s important to frequently compare this data too. Obesity encourages hypertension (more commonly known as High Blood Pressure) and increases the risks of diabets and high cholesterol as well. Being aware of your weight and blood pressure, and comparing them against each other on a single device, will allow you to have a better analysis of your state of health. You can then act in the best interest of your health, whilst making what what we call ‘micro-decisions’ as quickly and safely as possible. For example: quit eating ice-cream while watching TV, stop nibbling junk between-meals or sticking to a more balanced diet…
Sometimes it’s better to try and reach simple goals that aim to create a healthier lifestyle over the longer term, rather than to follow strong and binding commitments such as intensive diets over several weeks.
Visit the AppStore to update your Withings’ app and comment below letting us know what do you think of this new feature. Does it make monitoring your health easier? Got anything to add to our recommendations ? Let us know !
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