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February 5, 2020
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How do I use the watch to measure my stress levels?

How do I use the watch to measure my stress levels?

The HONOR MagicWatch 2 detects your stress levels by measuring your heart rate.

Stress detection
You can carry out one-off stress tests, or monitor your stress levels continuously.
• One-off stress reading:
In the HUAWEI Health app, select the Stress card and then Stress test. You'll need to calibrate the pressure when using it for the first time.

How do I use the watch to measure my stress levels?

• Continuous stress monitoring:
In the HUAWEI Health app, touch Devices and select HONOR MagicWatch 2. Enable Automatic stress test, and adjust the strap so your watch fits closely on your wrist.
Your watch will then continuously track your stress levels.

How do I use the watch to measure my stress levels?

Stress data display
1. View the current day's stress data by pressing the watch's Up button and going to the Stress section. Your data will be displayed in column charts, with a different color for each level.

How do I use the watch to measure my stress levels?

2. If you want more detailed data and history records, enter the HUAWEI Health app. Your latest reading and grade will be displayed on the home page. Opening the Stress card shows your history data by day, week, month, and year, and gives you personalized advice.

How do I use the watch to measure my stress levels?

*Notes:
• HUAWEI TruRelax™ available only on Android devices. iOS devices are not supported.
• Try not to move when you're doing a stress test.
• Continuous stress monitoring will pause when you're active, or when you're moving your wrist a lot, as measurements taken during these times won't be accurate.
• Caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, and some psychiatric medications can affect stress test results. Heart diseases, asthma, doing exercise, and pressure on the wrist can also affect data readings.
• This is not a medical device, so data and advice is for reference only.