O e of the main reass people buy the Apple Watch is because it offers a range of powerful features for health and fitness enthusiasts; but if the watch is an amazing piece to keep your body and mind in shape, it can also prove vital. This is what a man recently discovered
NBC reports that New Yorker William Mzidelis was made aware of a potentially fatal health complicati by a notificati his Apple Watch.
was doing a family bowling shift when he started to feel weak. Knowing that something was wrg, he headed for the bathroom.
There he began to bleed quickly and his watch sent him a notice urging him to see a doctor immediately because something was wrg.
came out of the bathroom, his mother even told him that he "looked like a ghost", so they quickly went to the nearest hospital.
The 32-year-old man told CBC that he had started. grabbing into the car and bleeding all over ", with blood coming from his mouth and rectum.
In the car trip to the hospital, he lost almost 80 percent of his total blood mass. Mzidelis finally arrived at the hospital, the doctors learned that he had an ulcer and gave him an emergency transfusi before operating
"I have lost so much blood that I needed a transfusi for anesthesia. I went out for the operati, "he said in the interview
. Health professials even told him that his watch had saved his life." I would have worked in my office and they would have found me dead, "he added
" I hope my story will push them to use technology. In my case, it was like a little angel watching me. It was really a magic device.