How This Unexpected ‘HSB Device’ Could Save Your Life
James didn’t know he was going to die that day.
And why should he? He was a 35-year-old, healthy man in his prime. Who went to the gym three times a week, ate a mostly healthy diet, and occasionally enjoyed a round of beer with his friends.
The owner of his own company, loving husband and father of three beautiful children. His life couldn’t have been any better.
Until. . .
While sitting at his desk looking over his daily to-do list, James suddenly became short of breath. His pulse quickened and spasmed in his neck.
He tried to slow his breathing. Deep breaths. Hold it as long as he could.
But something was wrong… very wrong.
It was like a giant 300-pound weight was crushing him. His heart punched his chest and slammed him back in his chair. Thump, Thump echoed in his ears. He clawed at his chest hoping for some relief as the world around him ceased to matter.
He was in denial. This couldn’t be… he’s too young for heart problems. Was it something he ate? Did he push too hard during his workout?
But the burning in his chest. The sucker punch of every heartbeat. Thump, Thump. His palms – sweaty, violently shaking.
Then, his vision began to collapse in on him. A cold lifeless blackness. The magnitude of his situation seized him. And the last thing he remembers is reaching for his phone to call for help.
Every day millions of Americans like James suffer from heart problems. Some know they have heart troubles and take steps to monitor their health. Others don’t know the dangers lurking beneath the surface of their skin.
Felicity, a 34-year-old mother from Australia, has a different story. She called the ambulance one day after receiving an alert from her ‘HSB Device’.
Now, you may be wondering what this HSB Device is. And how much this life-saving device might cost you?
But here’s a few more stats first….
In 2017, 310 Million HSB Devices were sold worldwide. Making this HSB Device industry nearly $31 Billion in revenue.
And here’s the best statistic yet – while HSB Devices were NOT designed to be life-saving devices – there are 6 documented cases where these devices DID save lives.
And one case where the data from the HSB Device was used to make a major medical decision in the ER!
And many medical fields are considering the benefits of all this available data for future decisions.
So what is this unexpected HSB Device?
Health Sports Band Devices. Also known as fitness trackers.
Fitness trackers have become somewhat of a fashion accessory for many Americans.
But can they really save your life?
If James had been wearing one he may have noticed that earlier in the morning his heart rate began to rise steadily to unsafe levels.
But not all health sports bands are created equal.
Some count steps. Some measure distances. Others integrate heart rate. Some are computers first and a fitness tracker as a side job.
Then there’s the question of where you wear your tracker.
On your belt, on your arm, around your chest, on your wrist, an app on your phone.
The growing industry of fitness devices keeps throwing more and more features at you while forgetting the simple things.
Does it integrate smoothly into your life?
For starters, the cost of many of these devices is in the hundreds. But do you need another computer on your wrist?
And what happens when everyday life comes your way?
Your body doesn’t stop working when you touch water…so neither should your fitness tracker.
This is where several brands fall from grace. Their “affordable” options can’t handle simple tasks like washing your hands…
Or the sweat from a good workout…
That’s where MaxFit stands out from the rest. An affordable fitness tracker with 11 integrated functions including waterproofing. Yes, it’s waterproof – not just water resistant. So it can stay on your wrist during ALL your daily activities.
Which helps to keep an accurate count of your steps, heart rate, and activity levels.
But MaxFit doesn’t stop at simple wellness tasks. It also displays time and date and monitors your sleep patterns. And with Bluetooth integration in can display your incoming texts, phone calls.
There’s even remote camera control. When turned on, a simple shake of your wrist can help you capture the perfect selfie. So go ahead and pose for your camera.
The slim design doesn’t stand out as other bulky trackers do. So you can wear it with your workout gear, work clothes, or evening attire. Available in five color options with interchangeable bands, the MaxFit Fitness Tracker is everything you need and nothing you don’t.
All this for 1/3rd the cost of similar models.
And while these types of fitness devices can’t work miracles for your health – imagine how different James’ life would be if he had a device that could easily notify him BEFORE his heart rate got too high?