CardioBot is a well-known app that leverages health information from the Apple Watch to demonstrate to users how they might lead healthier lives by pointing out noteworthy patterns. A new function has been added to the app that measures stress levels using the same information gathered from the Apple Watch.
The feature is based on heart rate variability, or HRV, as the app informs users. A body’s ability to withstand stress or even a challenging activity might be demonstrated by such variance. While those with high HRV rarely experience stress, those with low HRV may feel it more frequently. An individual’s cardiovascular system is in good shape if their HRV is high.
CardioBot now displays HRV levels in an understandable way by combining the cardiac data from the Apple Watch. Users can utilise this information to create more difficult training plans and pinpoint the precise moments when their bodies are under stress. The application also includes widgets for the iPhone’s Home Screen and Lock Screen in addition to its primary health features.
CardioBot is now available for download from the App Store. The software can be downloaded for free but requires a $1.99 monthly or $19.99 annual in-app subscription.