Hello Samsung Community,
I previously used a Fitbit Charge 5, which had a feature that allowed me to view "zone minutes" – the total minutes in a day where my heart rate exceeded 119 bpm. This was especially useful for me as I aim for at least 22 zone minutes per day for my fitness goals. Now, with the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, I can monitor my heart rate throughout the day, but I'm trying to find a way to determine the total minutes my heart rate is above 119 bpm, similar to the Fitbit feature. Does the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic or the Samsung Health app have a comparable feature or a way to track this? Your insights would be greatly appreciated!
Firstly, I want to say thank you for sharing your perspective. It's really insightful to see how such a feature could benefit someone dealing with chronic conditions like anxiety. Your input adds more depth to the importance of this functionality.
Regarding your question about the Pro 5 model, I'm not entirely sure myself, but I hope someone in the community can provide an answer for both of us. And as for other applications compatible with the watch, I'm keen to learn more as well.
I genuinely hope that we both find a solution that suits our needs. Let's keep the conversation going and share any helpful resources we come across. Thank you once again for joining in on the topic, and I hope we find our answers soon.
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