You can not go wrong with Samsung Health when it comes to keeping track of your fitness data. Its features help you track training, track calorie and food intake, and monitor your heart rate, just to name a few. And if you show symptoms you've never seen before, you can even use the app to find out what's wrong with you.
Samsung Health offers a useful feature that allows you to diagnose unusual health symptoms conveniently from your home computer. Needless to say, this feature can be very useful as it can save you from going to the doctor's office, not to mention the need to answer awkward questions if the symptoms you are pointing to are something relate very slightly like a cramp.
That is, you should never rely solely on Samsung Health's Symptom Checker feature ̵
Step 1: Check for Symptom
Checking symptoms on Samsung Health is easy: Launch the app, tap the Expert tab at the bottom, and then click Check Symptoms on the following page. As mentioned earlier, Symptom Checker should not be used instead of a doctor. When you have confirmed this and agree to the terms, tap the circle to confirm. Then tap on "Next".
Now, you will be asked by Samsung Health Symptom Checker questions that begin with basic questions, such as who you are checking the symptoms for, along with your gender. After that, the app will ask you to describe the symptom in detail. Then tap Find Symptom and follow the instructions to enter the symptom.
Symptom Checker will give you a long line of detailed questions about your symptoms. Answer truthfully to get an accurate diagnosis. Now and then the app asks a question with the link "I'm not sure what that means".
When you tap on such a link, an "extra info" card will appear, explaining the premise behind the question. Therefore, choose it whenever you understand the condition of your body better. After the Samsung Health Symptom Checker has collected all the necessary information, it automatically generates a report on the results. Tap Next and wait for the report to appear.
Once the report is complete, Symptom Checker displays a number of possible conditions related to your symptoms. In addition to saving the report as a PDF file, you can also tap any condition to see specific details, such as: For example, a brief overview of the disease itself, the associated symptoms and possible treatments and preventive measures.
You can also consult a doctor online by tapping the "Find an Online Physician" to discuss your condition in more detail. Remember, however, that the service is not free and you will either need to register your insurer or cost yourself to arrange an online consultation.
Finally, It's Important to Know Samsung Health's Symptom Checker Does Not Work Save your reports to protect your privacy. So, if you're worried that your diagnostic report will fall into the wrong hands, the app will cover you and save the reports only as PDF files under your express instruction.
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