With quarantine, it's easy to let yourself slip a little or a lot! Samsung has shared some tips and tricks you can do with your Galaxy Watch in order to lead a healthier lifestyle.
The Daily Activity widget allows you, the user, to view all your health goals. This includes your active time, calories, exercise and the number of steps you've taken. All on one page. The Galaxy Watch devices are able to detect a number of workouts automatically. So you can't keep on telling others that you 'forgot' to set the workout tracking.
If you're competitive, a great feature for you is probably the Together feature. You can choose a friend or family member to obliterate to get to a certain amount of steps first. Depending on the number of steps set, this can be a gruelling pace.
With the unregulated screen time, you may be feeling a little more stressed than before. Thankfully, your Galaxy Watch is able to track your stress levels. If it detects that you're too stressed, it'll notify you to do some breathing exercises that are guided by the smartwatch. To make sure you don't dehydrate to a crisp, you can monitor your water intake as well as your caffeine and food. This does not only help you stay hydrated but stops you from snacking and ruining your appetite.
Then, if you are working from home, you may find it hard to separate work and relax time. If you do happen to lose track of time, the wearable device will prompt you to take a well-deserved break.
As you can take calls and read messages from your wrist, you'll be cutting down on time on your smartphone and help you avoid distractions. Then when it's time to wind down, you can track your sleep to make sure you're getting enough good-quality sleep.
What you may also want to do is turn your phone screen to greyscale when it comes to the later hours of the day. This is to stop as much blue light as possible from disrupting your sleep schedule. As well as this, you can turn Goodnight or Do Not Disturb modes on to stop you from getting disturbed whilst sleeping.