Are you looking for an easy and affordable way to monitor your health?
Our bodies are incredibly complex systems, and central to that complex system is our heart.
The heart is responsible for pumping blood around the body to provide oxygen and nutrients to our cells while picking up waste products to be removed from our blood.
The heart is so vital to our overall health that the consequences can be far-reaching when something goes wrong with it. In fact, the number 1 leading cause of death in the U.S. is heart disease, which kills over 650,000 people a year.
I didn’t bring that statistic up to scare you - quite the opposite - I want to encourage everyone reading this to keep an eye on your heart health.
That’s because as we age, our risks of developing chronic issues go up. Small issues that might have only been a slight nuisance when we were younger can end up being debilitating later on.
As the saying goes - an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!
Much of the Physical Decline in Old Age Can Be Traced Back to the Lack of Physical Activity
A few of the common factors that can lead to a loss of mobility as we get older include:
- Low physical activity
- Reduced strength and balance
- Chronic diseases
So why don’t we just get up and move around every once in a while? Isn’t that all we need to do to improve our health?
If only it was really that simple.
See, the problem is that as we get older, everything gets a little harder. It may get harder for you to get up and move around due to an existing issue with mobility, or it may be difficult to stay motivated on a fitness goal when you wake up with a sore back.
But we have to keep moving! Our bodies are regenerative and if we condition our bodies to frequent physical activity, it’ll make moving around much easier and can even help you take back some of the mobility you’ve lost.
Living a more active lifestyle is one of the best ways to improve your quality of life and help you live longer.
But how do we know we’re doing the right thing? How do we know if our walks around the park and diet changes are actually helping improve our health?
There’s an Easy and Affordable Way to Track Your Progress!
Meet the Kore 2.0 Fitness Tracker, which features:
- 1.05” Full-Color Touchscreen Display: HD screen with customizable watch faces
- Music Control: play, pause or skip songs from Kore 2.0 smartwatch or smartphone
- Breathing Exercise: helps reduce stress, improves awareness and mental sharpness
- Free KoreHealth App: control your Kore 2.0 smartwatch and gain insight into your health
It’s a sleek smartwatch that can be connected to your phone with the free KoreHealth app to give you insights into your health and fitness levels.
There are plenty of fancy fitness trackers out there on the market with astronomical price tags.
The team at KoreHealth cut out all the unnecessary and overpriced bells and whistles to bring down the price to make it affordable for practically everyone.
Since the device was built to be lightweight and comfortable, it feels natural on your wrist and won’t feel like a distraction from your daily activities.
The scratch-resistant touchscreen watch face ensures that your Kore 2.0 stays as great looking as it is functional day after day.
Kore 2.0 Is a No-Nonsense Tracker That Compiles the Key Metrics You Need to Monitor Your Heart Health
Here are some of the measurements that you can get from this advanced smartwatch, as well as a brief explanation of why they are important:
- Heart Rate
This measures the number of times your heart beats per minute. To keep track of your heart health, it’s important to know not only how fast your heart is beating, but also the rhythm. An irregular heartbeat can be a sign of serious underlying health conditions!
- Blood Oxygen
This measures the saturation of oxygen in your blood. If your blood oxygen level falls below normal, you’ll struggle to perform daily activities and may require medical attention. Keeping track of your blood oxygen levels can help notify you of needed care and prevent more serious health complications down the line.
- Body Temperature:
A variety of diseases cause a change in body temperature. Minor shifts throughout the day are normal, but a major shift can indicate something more serious. When you get sick and come down with a fever, for example, that’s your body raising its temperature as a defense mechanism to help you fight off the illness. Tracking your body temperature is essential to achieving and maintaining good health.
This measures your overall sleep quality to help you identify sleep patterns and deficiencies, if any exist. You can use this information to help you make healthy adjustments to your time of sleep, sleep habits, as well as take other steps to improve the quality of your sleep. Poor sleep raises your risks of developing a plethora of diseases, so it’s vital to keep a watchful eye on your sleep quality.
Getting Older Doesn’t Have to Slow You Down
Keeping your health in check by tracking your key measurements at home and regularly getting checkups from your doctor can do wonders for your body and your quality of life.
The Kore 2.0 smartwatch was built not just to measure and track, but to motivate!
Seeing the results of your hard work pay off as your key measurements inch closer to the normal range can be incredibly motivating.
And if you feel weighed down by the stresses of daily life and find it just too hard to get moving, start with Kore 2.0’s Breathing Exercise feature to help you enhance your awareness, reduce stress, and improve your mental focus.
Everyone wants to live longer and healthier...but how many of us actually take steps to try and ensure that outcome besides taking a few prescriptions and going to the doctors every couple of weeks?
Start taking steps towards a better, happier you NOW with the Kore 2.0 smartwatch! Unlock the insights you need to get fit and stay healthy -- your body and your mind will thank you for a long, long time to come.