Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Check Your Blood Pressure With iHealth
With Christmas coming ever closer, we decided too take a quick look at an interesting device that is currently on the apple store and may be a great little present for Christmas.
iHealth let’s you check your blood pressure using a simple docking system and it features an intelligent, simple and attractive interface that lets you see all the information on the screen quite easily.
You can track systolic/diastolic numbers, heart rate and more while you can also flick up and down and left or right to check the different kind of test results. The iHealth dock lets you navigate pulse wave graphs and it even has World Health Organisation Classification.
Another great little feature Is the fact that you can monitor changes, even minor ones using the detailed history graph provided with the iHealth dock and the application it comes with.
The device allows you to easily share your results via email with friends or family members to keep them notified of your current situation and historical results. You can also email your doctor or other medical professional as part of your personal healthcare.
The dock doubles as a charging station or your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. The battery charge lasts for up to one month—about one hundred tests—so it doesn’t consume the battery life of your mobile device.
You can download the free iHealth BPM app from the App Store in iTunes. It works with the iHealth Blood Pressure Dock to present clear, colorful, easy-to-read visual displays that let you keep up to date on your health throughout the day or night and at a handy moments notice.
You can find a link to this great product on Amazon Here