Helo Wrist Monitor – Breakthrough in Health Monitoring – Order Today!

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The Helo Wrist Monitor comes to market in March 2017 … reserve yours today and be one of the first of your friends and family to own this amazing device.

HELO™ is a design and technological breakthrough,  which brings refined and elegant design and amazing  features to the Wearable Technology sector.

Helo Wristband Features

This luxury product the Helo LX, looks like a precious jewel but is very affordable.

HELO LX not only brings new materials and new finishings but also introduces a sensor sampling frequency at 125Hz resulting in highly accurate measurements.

Helo Wrist Monitor Sensor

The ECG plate sensor plate has been optimized and the charger connects magneticly. 

Helo Wrist Monitor Charger

Pure Germanium stone and/or Himilyan Salt Crystals on Titanium plates, can be combined with HELO™.

Helo Wristband Health Enhancing Stones

Complete with a series of stylish Coloured Bands.

Helo Wristband colour choices

The Colours Bands can be simply changed to fit to the each style – available in 5 fantastic colours: Candy Pink, Ultra Violet, Purple Red, Royal Blue, Light Blue.

The bands can be removed simply, thanks to the easy clip-off system placed under the band itself.

Knowing Your Blood Pressure Levels

Although many people believe blood pressure remains stable throughout the day, it is actually a highly dynamic value that responds rapidly to changing conditions.

For example, when you go to your doctor and walk into the exam room, your blood pressure will likely be a bit high.

Blood pressure readings change over time and are usually impacted by emotions, drugs, pain, caffeine and nicotine.

Blood pressure readings can be even higher in medical settings. “White coat hypertension” is a term for a rise in blood pressure, triggered by anxiety in a medical setting.

A blood pressure measurement taken in the doctors examination room, is frequently misleading. In fact, nearly 30% of elevated readings in this setting vary with follow-up testing.

The risk of an inaccurate diagnosis can lead to unnecessary blood pressure medication. 

The US Preventive Task Force advises … definitive diagnosis of hypertension be based on measurements taken away from the doctor’s office, preferably with ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.

Ambulatory readings are far better predictors of health consequences than those obtained in the doctor’s office.

When ambulatory blood pressure equipment is not available, the next best alternative to confirm an elevated office reading is with home blood pressure measurement.

Readings are made with readily available table-top machines. Machines feature both arm and wrist cuffs-but the arm cuffs are strongly preferred because of better accuracy and reliability.

Very recently, Mid 2016, blood pressure measurements became possible on-demand, from a wearable computing device worn on the wrist. One such device is the  Helo – Health and Lifestyle Oracle,  available world-wide from distributors of Wor(l)d Global Networks.

The Helo uses advanced technology and complex algorithms to estimate the blood pressure. The device can be scheduled at specific invervals and all data is stored on a paired smart phone and in the cloud for subsequent analysis and reporting. The readings generated by the device have been confirmed as very accurate by independent physicians.

Automatic notifications of readings outside the  normal range, for that individual, are sent by Messenger or email to a defined list of care givers or health guardians.

The availability of data over time will provide a better sample of information on which further investigative  analsysis can be based.

More information on the Helo  – Click Here