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This Is How Kidney and Heart Problems Are Related!!!

Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is written as two numbers separated by a slash. A doctor will say a blood pressure reading of 120/80 as “120 over 80.” The top number represents the force of blood pressing against the blood vessel walls when the heart is contracting. The bottom number represents the pressure when the heart is at rest between contractions. You should keep your blood pressure below 140/90 unless your doctor sets a different goal. Controlling your blood pressure can help protect your heart and kidneys.

High BP can cause Kidney and Heart problems

High Blood Pressure – A Foe to Kidney and Heart 

Blood pressure is the force of your blood pushing against the walls of your blood vessels. With high blood pressure, your heart works harder to pump blood, which can strain your heart. High blood pressure can damage your blood vessels. If high blood pressure damages the small blood vessels in your kidneys, your kidneys will not filter your blood as well as they should. 

High blood pressure is not only a cause of kidney problems but also heart problems. Damaged kidneys are unable to filter extra water and salt from your body – which in turn increases blood pressure. A dangerous cycle results as each disease makes the other worse. 

You are more likely to develop kidney problems if you have 

  • diabetes 
  • high blood pressure 
  • heart disease 
  • lupus 
  • a family member who has kidney failure 

You are more likely to develop heart problems if you have 

  • high blood pressure 
  • high blood cholesterol, a blood fat 
  • diabetes 
  • kidney disease 
  • a family history of early heart disease 

You are also more likely to develop heart problems if you 

  • smoke 
  • eat a diet high in the wrong kinds of fats 
  • have too much sodium—often from salt—in your diet 
  • are overweight 
  • don’t exercise 
  • are manage 45 or older 
  • are a woman age 55 or older 

What Should You Do? 

A regular check on your BP will keep you updated. However, tracking blood pressure on a regular basis can be an inconvenient task, but with innovation in healthcare, you simply need to reach out to your smartphone and download free “Sanket Life” app to monitor your cholesterol intake. The app not only helps you in logging your BP, cholesterol, and sugar but also connects to Sanket ECG Monitor and monitors your ECG. If the user is unable to understand his or her ECG, it can be sent for review for a small fee. The app also measures stress levels. Android | iOS 

Our world is equipped with technology and the internet enables doctors to remotely diagnose critical ailments. Our phones have enormous potential and all this innovation is at our disposal. Whether we use it for the benefit or just play mindless candy games depends totally on us. 

Content developed with the help of NIDDK 

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6 Things Happy Women Do

Accomplish something

Going out of your comfort zone and pushing yourself to accomplish more keeps you content. There exists an advanced version of You, go ahead and discover it. In an effort to know and realize one’s most advanced self—”personal growth” is how happy women live by. Constantly taking on new challenges to fulfill her purpose in life.

Do What You Enjoy

When you’re completely involved in doing something you love, you have a sense of fulfillment. You loose track of time, not because you’re busy working but because you’re excited about the work. Women who spend their time doing things they love become cheerful. Take time out from your busy life for things you’ve always loved doing. 

Let go of “if only” fantasies

All of us are bad at predicting what would make us happy in future. We can’t get our minds around the fact that only by working hard today can secure our tomorrow. Don’t fantasize without working hard. Just focus on the task at hand, let your accomplishments take care of your happiness.

Be In Touch

A chit chat with your best friend, parents and children gives you spark of joy. Going out for shopping with your best friend makes you happy. Call your near and dear ones randomly, gossip for hours. Stay connected to your loved ones- no matter how close or far apart you actually are. It reminds you of your importance in their lives. Socializing certainly helps cope up with stress.

Invite Happiness Yourself

Happy women not only socialize more often but also they invest time and money doing things dedicated to them. Whether it is a solo trip around the world or Saturday evening exclusive tea. You deserve some “me” time. Let the Happiness knock your door and say “ Hello”. And you know better, you’ve earned it!

Enjoy Life with a Balance

Life is pocketful of surprises and bliss You just need to explore it in smallest of things. Be optimistic and look at the positive side of everything. Don’t let the  petty issues trouble you  and don’t let stress and tension spoil your ambience. You could use some stress management for your benefit. Measure your stress levels in your phone using Sanket and zero down to exact cause of stress. Rectify it and monitor your stress again. There will be a marked difference! AndroidiOS

Indian Women are most Stressed, says a Survey!! Not cool!

It’s hard to be a woman!!. You must think like a man, act like a lady, look like a little girl and work like a horse!!

Truth is out, Indian women are most stressed, says Nielson survey.

“STRESS”, being one of the common and popular word today, has become universal in the milieu of mutual discord, work load, bottleneck competition and quest to win the race. While stress is prevalent from a school going kid to a company’ CEO , from a common man to the most popular celebrity, from all-rounder home maker to versatile office going lady it hasn’t spared anyone irrespective of age and gender .

Stress although being universal, women have been found to be more vulnerable to stress and fall prey to it more easily. According to “Harvard Business Review” and “Women of Tomorrow”, a Nielsen survey of 6,500 women across 21 countries state that Indian women are the most stressed in the world today. As per survey, 87% of Indian women said they felt stressed most of the time, and 82% reported that they had no time to relax. Not surprisingly, the most stress is felt among women between 25 and 55 years of age, who are trying to balance demanding careers with obligations at home.

The Difference

The truth is women add all their new roles without crossing anything off their list and they are perfectionist. Clean house, Healthy dinner for the family, fit, trim and well-groomed and a full-time professional. Women are more social in the way they cope up with stress and tend to keep emotions inside, while men are more likely to deal with stress with a fight or flight reaction.

Work Life Balance

The swing of work-life balance is also critical for Indian working women. She tries to accommodate and balance her roles between traditional Indian values at home and the Oh-So-Modern professional, which is kind of impossible task accomplished due to unending expectations and disappointments. Ambitious Indian women frequently feel the need to over compensate their work for prior commitment and to survive tough competition. At the end of the day, she doesn’t have time for herself and to relax her mind, thus end up being stressed out and over-burdened.

Is Society Responsible?

Socially, women are burdened with greater responsibilities. Indian women are pulled by demands as they attempt to conform to the paradigm of “ideal daughter,” “ideal wife,” and “ideal daughter-in-law.” Her confidence, willingness and ambition are sometime over judged by the society surrounding her with negative ambiance. To be able to grab equal opportunities at work she must prove herself equal to her male counterparts, but hardly any equality is offered, in responsibility sharing at family front. This leaves women hurt and struggling.

Women’s stressful situations if not addressed properly, can lead to genuine health issues, both mental and Physical, like acute Depression, Anxiety, Cardiac issues, Hair fall, Gynac problems and so on.

What to do?

Exercising is a must. Meditate regularly to control your emotions and the mind. Sleeping is a great way to rest and heal both your body and mind. Do not try to be ‘Best’ but learn to be ‘Average’ with too many hats to wear and boast about. Get some “me-time” and develop some hobby. Let your emotions flow through you, do not keep them inside the tiny box of your heart.

Always remember, stress can be managed easily with these simple tips, the key is to know you are stressed and knowing the situations which make you stressed. With a pocket device “Sanket” you can not just measure the stress levels, you can easily zero down on the situations which makes and keeps you stressed for long periods.

A perfect Gift

To everyone from our country who celebrate their women as their wife, sister, mother, daughter, friend – Sanket is a perfect gift to empower a woman with a Stress Measurement tool and manage the situations well which make her stressed. You can also keep a tab on her stress levels and her Health via Sanket App. This Women’ s Day cherish her with smiles and let Sanket keep a tab on her devil Stress.

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Sanket ECG and Stress Monitor

 

 

Download Sanket App now and prevent yourself from being stressed. Android | iOS

Stress Relief Techniques

 

Accomplish More

Prepare well and be ready to give your best. Nothing is more stressful than being unprepared, which in turn leads to freaking out at the eleventh hour. Remain organised. It will help you get the situation under control when things do not go as planned.

Smart Snacking

Researchers at Montclair State University in New Jersey confirmed that dieters are more likely than non-dieters to overeat when under pressure, craving the very same high-fat foods they normally try to avoid. Simple solution: neither binge eat nor deprive yourself. Keep three or four healthy snacks on hand that you know you’ll probably want–peanuts, if you like salty; string cheese, if you crave protein; a small piece of chocolate for something sweet–so you aren’t tempted to binge.

Wash Hands Properly

Your immune system is suppressed when you’re under pressure, which makes you more susceptible to cold viruses. So, wash your hands properly. Lather up with soap and warm water for 10-20 seconds, or the time it takes to sing Happy Birthday. 

Soothing  Music

British Journal Heart published, listening to slow or meditative music acts as a good stress buster, so subscribe to a stress burst playlist and calm yourself on your daily commute. You can find dedicated playlists on the web. 

Limit cash withdrawals

Let go of all stress pertaining to your finances by keeping track on your spending by visiting the ATM only once a fortnight. Maintain a ledger, so you can see exactly where you stand financially – what you owe, what you own, your monthly income and your budget. Since it’s always in the back of your mind, it bothers you. But once you have the information down, you can begin setting concrete goals using real figures.

Go swimming!

A Swedish study published in the International Journal of Stress Management found that floating in water triggers the body’s relaxation response, helping lower stress-hormone levels. Who doesn’t feel relaxed in the pool?

Mute Notifications

Our personal time is lost by constant bombardment of posts and tweets and emails. Inform your friends colleagues about the time frame you’ll be unavailable on chat or email and remember to catch up later. Meditate and focus on your breathing. It’ll bring more positive vibes in your life!

Count your blessings

Even if you are feeling depressed right now doesn’t mean you are worthless. Go back to the time when you accomplished something, maybe a medal you won or the time you helped a child cross the road. Each one of us has a unique set of talents. You just need to figure out what can you do best with yours.

One Step At A Time

Our mind races at unbelievable speeds pondering questions not crucial right away. Focus only at the task at hand. Carry a tiny diary to note down random thoughts to review later. You can only accomplish something successfully when you are completely involved.

Strict Morning Routine

Getting up early and repeating the same routine would motivate and energize you for the whole day. Working out is one of the most effective stress relievers. Even if you can’t hit the gym, simply go for a run, sweat a little, do some cardio, your heart will appreciate it.

Why so serious?

Laughter not only relieves tension, but actually improves immune function. Watch a funny video. Crack  a funny joke. Life is awesome. Enjoy it with a broad smile! 

Track Your Stress Levels

Sanket Life helps you monitor your stress level using Sanket, a portable ECG monitor which pairs up with the app in your phone via low power Bluetooth. The app is free to download and takes less than a minute. Android | iOS

 

 

 

High Cholesterol And Heart Disease

Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in cells in all parts of the body. When there is too much cholesterol in your blood, it can build up on the walls of your arteries and cause blood clots. It can clog your arteries and keep your heart from getting the blood it needs. This can cause a heart attack.

There are two types of cholesterol:

  • Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) is often called the “bad” type of cholesterol because it can obstruct the arteries that carry blood to your heart. For LDL, lower numbers are better.
  • High-density lipoprotein (HDL) is known as “good” cholesterol because it takes the bad cholesterol out of your blood and keeps it from building up in your arteries. For HDL, higher numbers are better.

All women age 20 and older should have their blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels checked at least once every 5 years.

Total cholesterol level – Lower is better. Less than 200 mg/dL is best.
Total cholesterol level Category
Less than 200 mg/dL Desirable
200 – 239 mg/dL Borderline high
240 mg/dL and above High
LDL (bad) cholesterol – Lower is better. Less than 100 mg/dL is best.
LDL cholesterol level Category
Less than 100 mg/dL Optimal
100-129 mg/dL Near optimal/above optimal
130-159 mg/dL Borderline high
160-189 mg/dL High
190 mg/dL and above Very high

HDL (good) cholesterol – Higher is better. More than 60 mg/dL is best.

Triglyceride levels – Lower is better. Less than 150mg/dL is best.

Monitoring cholesterol levels can be cumbersome task manually. But with technology as handy as your cellphone, you can download free app “Sanket Life” to monitor your cholesterol intake. The app not only helps in keeping track of cholesterol, BP and sugar but also connects to Sanket ECG Monitor and monitors heart. If user is unable to understand ECG, it can be sent for review for a small fee. The app also measures stress levels. Android | iOS

Our world is equipped with technology and internet enables doctors to remotely diagnose critical ailments. Our phones have enormous potential and this innovation is at our disposal. Whether we use it for benefit or just play mindless candy games depends totally on us.

Content developed with help from WomensHealth

Do Not Just Love, Celebrate The Women in your Life!

This Women’s Day appreciate, encourage, support, and celebrate the great Women in your life!

Say “Thank You!

Women have loads of responsibilities on their shoulders. Nielsen study reveals that Indian women are the most stressed in the world. An overwhelming 87% of Indian women said they felt stressed most of the time. A simple solution lies in the palm of your hand. Track the stress levels on your phone using Sanket and never let stress go out of control. Appreciation and gratitude have positive effect on every relationship. Thank your mother, daughter, wife, sister, friend and teacher – all the women who have had a hand in your life.

Support and Encourage

It is important to acknowledge and cheer her and offer your support of her goals and dreams.. Ease her tension by telling her that you will be there, encouraging and cheering her on as she goes for that managerial position, or decides to be a homemaker, or possibly is planning to beat some crazy World Record. Make sure she knows that you’re along for the ride, this will help her manage stress better.

Pamper Her

We’re not limiting the discussion to a soothing massage or a relaxing pedicure. Give the women in your life a day of pure fun.  Nothing can bring a smile on her face as quickly as a compliment can. Celebrate her beauty and remind her time and again that you’re proud of her. Make her feel special by walking an extra mile for her or by cooking her favorite dish or organizing a surprise party. An actual celebration is always welcomed. Instead of waiting until Mother’s Day or her birthday, go ahead and throw that party – she’ll be glad!

Respect Her Privacy

Life is already stressful, don’t let her feel the burden in life. Giving the women in your life a few days of personal rest and solitude can do wonders. A celebration is about enjoyment and some “me” time is reason enough to be merry. Pray to God to bless them, protect them, and surround them with grace and love.

Her Well-Being

Make sure she is comfortable, healthy and happy. A woman ignores her own health as she is busy taking care of the family. Visit a clinic with her for regular check ups. If there ever is an ailment (God forbid!), at least it would get discovered in time and appropriate measures can be taken to bring her health back on track. Your phone can help you track vitals like Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar Level, Heart Rate and even Stress! Android | iOS

Don’t Take Her For Granted

The symptoms of abnormal heart are very subtle in women which generally goes unnoticed, as a result women are more prone to cardiac diseases. Unhealthy eating habits and poor exercise regimen are reasons behind heart diseases in most people. Regular heart monitoring is vital to prevent any abnormal cardiac functioning. In this era when technology is at our disposal, we are better equipped to detect and diagnose illness. Sanket helps you in keeping track of normal functioning of your heart using the phone you already own.

Show Love

Love is the ultimate celebration. From a child to his mother, from a husband to his wife, love is a beautiful feeling to witness, experience, and rejoice. Respect and honor her by showering the love and affection everyday. Be proud of her.

5 Ways to Love your Heart before giving it to Someone Else :-)

Ahh! The day of Love is soon to be here. Are you excited? From chocolates to teddy, perfumes to jewellery, everything to fire that feeling and fill your and that special one’s heart with so much love and happiness!! Aren’t you  waiting for the cupid arrow to hit your heart? Yes you are!! But before you give your heart to someone else, love and take care of your heart.

Start today!!

Eat right Does the food you eat make you Happy or Healthy? or Both? It should actually be both, if you make the right food choices. People with sunny outlook, are more likely to choose healthier food and in turn remain in good mood and health. They are less likely to fall sick and if sick, they recover faster and tend to live longer. So if you are in a bad mood, don’t let your mood decide your food and make it vice versa and make yourself healthier and happier and lovelier choosing the right food. Don’t forget to maintain a food log and get expert tell when needed.

Exercise right – Did that jog I took, helped me lose some pounds or I stressed my heart? Exercise is never a one-regime-fits-for all solution. Each person has different effects of same exercise on their body based on their own metabolism and heart rate variability. Marathon runners, Athletes and Sport persons have more heart rate variability hence, more strenuous exercise their heart can take, while it can put loads of stress on others heart, blood pressure and maximal oxygen uptake. Exercise right to be healthy and not skinny. And yes it will also make your skin glow 🙂

Love yourself- As they say, if you love yourself, everything else falls in line. To make that someone special love you, you first need to start loving yourself. Follow your dreams, believe in yourself, make a Wishlist, plan an adventurous trip, forget the day’s troubles and Thank God for day’s blessings . Your food choices, Your fitness, your body, your mind, your routine everything, remember, everything is changeable to help you be yourself!!! So be your quirky self, put your thoughts forward, live for yourself before you make some else your life. Don’t forget to measure and manage your stress levels and be happy forever 🙂 It’s easy with Sanket!

Change your Lifestyle- Be brighter, put down the lighter!! Smoking is not cool, Trust me!!  Smoking definitely attacks your lungs and increases your chances of cardiac disease by 30%. Drinking alcohol isn’t cool either. Regular consumption of alcohol results in liver damage and higher risk of cancers.  Lack of sleep reduces your performance and lowers your overall mood. Say bye to these bad habits and say Hi to breakfast. Statistics suggest skipping the first meal of the day is bad for your energy levels and it affects your Blood Glucose levels. Don’t be on the couch for too much time watching TV rather spend that time with someone special taking a walk. You may raise a toast with someone with red wine though 🙂

 Track your Health- Being Healthy and not fit is the need of today. Track your health by self monitoring your Blood pressure, Heart rate, Blood sugar, Cholesterol etc and track the progress you make by following above 4 rules. Engage in competition with your friends and colleagues and be an inspiration for them to be healthy too. Remember being Healthy does not only mean preventing and pushing the deadly diseases like cardiac disease to late or never, it also helps you in living your life with that special one longer and happier.

Download Sanket app now and leave your Health Tracking to it while you enjoy that special dinner!!

A Healthy Heart is always a Happy Heart. Make your Heart Healthier and make it love unlimited.  

                             Love your Heart today and it will Thank you later

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Smog in your city may be Weakening your heart

The country is talking about smog. In our childhood, we hardly had heard the word smog which is today the most talked about topics in our country. Smog- which is combination of Smoke and Fog is a cost which every major city in the developing world has to face and today our national capital is witnessing it like never before.
Delhi is covered with dark clouds of filth and poison leaving people gasping for breath and masking themselves, putting 17 million people to asthma, heart disease, stroke, and even cancer. Delhi is often cited as world’s most polluted city, causing thousands of deaths in a year. The type of air pollution in question is known as coarse particulate matter. Increased levels of this kind of serious pollution is linked to construction material in air, desert winds and farming fumes along with vehicular emissions and other pollutants. The air quality of the city is found to be 42 times above the safe limits. These shocking figures have resulted in cardiovascular illness and mortality especially in senior population. Harmful air pollutants like these, which are coarse than other pollutants can cause cardiovascular diseases such as artery blockages leading to heart attacks
 In Indian capital, elderly people or people with heart disease are experiencing chest pain, palpitation, shortness of breath and fatigue. Reason behind this is particle pollution, which has long been associated with cardiac arrhythmia and heart attacks. Such pollutants enter the human body and cause irritation to the lungs and blood vessels around the heart.  The combination of harmful nitrogen oxides and fine particulate matter can disturb the heart rhythm. There is clinical evidence that clearly indicates the deleterious effects of ambient air pollution on health and its relation to heart disease and stroke. Lack of blood flow to the heart or heart muscles causes a conductivity change, called an “ST-segment depression”. These can be detected in electrocardiograms, when tested.

Precautions Can Help Heart Patients if they adapt these pro-active approaches:

  • The American Heart Association recommends that heart patients, especially those who have had a heart attack, do not drive for two to three weeks after being discharged and also avoid driving in heavy traffic because of the stress such a situation creates.
  • Certain additional precautionary steps may also be useful, such as making sure one is not exposed to other forms of air pollution, for example construction sites and the use of air purifiers to improve the quality of air in the home.
  • Drink plenty of fluids or water to keep your respiratory tract moist.
  • People suffering from diabetes should keep their blood sugar in check as they are vulnerable to Respiratory and Cardiovascular diseases.
  • If you are required to be outdoors, ensure that it is during early mornings or after the sun sets.
  • Use n95 or n99 mask when you go out.
    If you or anyone you know has a heart problem, its time for you to take up all precautions to maintain a Healthy Heart in such pollution. Monitoring heart regularly, to avoid any mishap in the long run is the need of the hour. You can track your heart activities in an ECG machine. ECG machines available are so bulky and costly that it is hard to imagine having them at home monitoring your heart regularly — seeing which Agatsa developed a pocket-able ECG device called Sanket. It measures your ECG and connects you with your doctor instantly. The test is done in 15 Seconds and the report can be sent for review  Sanket, thus, diffuses any confusion of a normal pain from a heart attack.
We all are suffering due to the adverse effects of the Capital’s pollution. Why just the National capital but all major cities in India are in clutches of Heavy pollution leading to increase in number of deaths every year. We urge that the need of the hour is to take our Health in our hands and be proactive in measuring and monitoring rather than just curing.
                                                                                            Curb Pollution, Save Generations!!

If you are facing these 10 symptoms, you might be stressed!

You’re stressed. Everyone’s stressed. No big deal, right? Because it’s so common, you might think that if you’re not lying on the floor from exhaustion, you’re probably fine. But stress has an insidious way of creeping up on you, and it’s not just a mental or emotional issue—stress symptoms can impact the body in some very visible (and bizarre) ways. Excessive or prolonged stress can lead to physical and emotional exhaustion, mental health problems and in extreme cases, stress can be a killer.
Recent studies show that Consistent Stress can take up to 10 years off your life, and cause life-damaging effects.
Top Signs that show you are way too “STRESSED”
  1. You have a constant headache that just won’t go away Be it early morning or late night, your head constantly feel some heaviness. You crave for a peaceful and relaxed mind but fail to achieve it. This in turns makes your mood more irritable and frustrated. Stress Makes you feel constantly tired and worn out.
  2. You have trouble sleeping wellIt changes your sleep habits. Either you sleep too much or do not sleep enough.
  3. Your hair is starting to fall out Roughly three to six months after a majorly stressful event, like getting axed from a job or ending a big relationship, you might notice more hair on your brush or in the drain than usual (shedding around 100 strands a day is normal).
  4. You’re perpetually sick and just can’t seem to get over it The brain’s nervous system is linked to the guts, so mental stress can wreak havoc on your stomach too. When you’re stressed, your brain becomes more alert to sensations in your stomach. Your stomach can react with “butterflies” or even nausea or pain. You may vomit if the stress is severe enough. And, if the stress becomes chronic, you may develop ulcers or severe stomach pain even without ulcers. Causing you to catch colds or the flu more often and causing other illnesses such as asthma, headaches, stomach problems, skin problems, and other aches and pains are all because of stress.
  5. Upset over trivial things Feeling out of control, overwhelmed, confused, and/or unable to make decisions are caused due to stress. You get panic-attacks over simplest problems.
  6. Breathing difficulty Stress can make you breathe harder. That’s not a problem for most people, but for those with asthma or a lung disease such as emphysema, getting the oxygen you need to breathe easier can be difficult.
  7. Shakiness in handsYour hands and feet get cold and start shaking when you get upset and nervous.
  8. Irritable nature Experiencing mood changes such as depression, frustration, anger, helplessness, irritability, defensiveness, irrationality, overreaction, or impatience and restlessness
  9. Sense of fear everyday Developing irrational fears of things such as physical illnesses, natural disasters like thunderstorms and earthquakes, and even being terrified of ordinary situations like heights or small spaces
  10. Out of nowhere acne Just like your hair, your skin is sensitive to those higher-than-normal androgen, which can bring on breakouts.
It’s hard to think of any disease in which stress cannot play an aggravating role or any part of the body that is not affected. Can you avoid stress? Not always. But through a healthy lifestyle, good wholesome nutrition and stress reduction. You can sometimes control the long-term damage. Research says people with high levels of stress and depression are 48 percent more likely to die of heart attack. Thus, stress and depression can take a dangerous toll on the health of people with heart problems.

Constant measurement and management of stress is very important to prevent the monster stress to  sip on your health. Free your mind from stress and you will feel the joy of life.

 

Try gifting Health & Fitness gadgets, this Diwali :)

Wondering what to gift your loved ones this Diwali? Items ranging from Food, Cosmetics, apparel to Digital and electronic products is a natural choice for everyone to pick. However, ever wondered how about gifting Health and Fitness gadgets to your loved ones?
Better health is central to human happiness and well-being. Health is more valuable than wealth. Even a poor peasant with good health is happier than the rich person with poor health. Good Health is important because a man of health can enjoy great happiness during his life time. Without health, we cannot do anything in this world. A man suffering from fever remains confined to bed. He cannot get out of doors. He cannot do anything for anybody. It is essential for all our activities of life whatever we may be – a doctor, a leader, an artist, we must possess health by all means.
In West, it is quite common practice to gift health and fitness gadgets to family and loved ones as they provide a proactive means to monitor and track the health and fitness, thus keeping good health in long run, thus living life to fullest worry free. Markets today are flooded with various Health monitoring and fitness devices like Fitness bands, smart watches and some wearable monitors are a popular choice for gifting these days. With the emergence of such gadgets in market and also them being affordable and useful these are becoming an increasing and interesting choice of Gifts for many Health and Fitness conscious people.
Smart tracking Health monitoring devices like Blood pressure monitor, blood sugar monitor  are getting popular as gifts for elders. This gift provides life-time value for the receiver. Innovation has brought forward some of the smart and intelligent devices which connect to your smartphones, PCs and tablets and can track and monitor critical and vital parameters like blood glucose, blood oxygen and blood pressure.  And not to forget the most fatal of diseases which is rising like epidemic in India, The cardiac diseases. India counts 200 Million heart patients every year, which is the leading cause of deaths. Have you ever thought if your loved ones had this powerful gadget in their hands which not only monitors and tracks their Heart health but also connects them to a doctor instantly in case of any such exigency?
Keeping this in mind, an award-winning solution-Sanket was developed which is a perfect tool of screening and monitoring your heart and stress levels. A completely Made in India innovation, Sanket measures your ECG and connects you with your doctor instantly in just 15 Seconds and the report can be also be sent for Cardiologist Review immediately. Sanket, thus, diffuses any confusion of a normal pain from a heart attack. Besides, it also measures your stress levels and provides you a picture of heart performance in various scenarios like exercising, stress, day-to day tasks etc.  Both measurement and management of stress and heart performance is vital for overall health and mind wellbeing. The bonus? You can ever keep connected and keep monitoring the health of your loved ones wherever you are.
Be it your parents, boss, life partner or a someone special, Sanket proves to be the best gift for both the elders or fitness conscious people. Gift them Sanket, because you love them and they deserve Good health and are worth it!
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