"When I was 20, I was diagnosed first with high blood pressure and then with arrhythmias. There are a lot of heart and circulatory patients in the family, so I wasn't surprised at all."

 Dear WIWE- Team!     At the age of 20, I was first diagnosed with hypertension and then with arrhythmias. There are a lot of heart and circulatory patients in the family, so I wasn’t surprised at all. It took several years before I managed to set up the right medication for the two diseases, I lay down a lot of times in the evening that I had a fear of death; this feeling unfortunately does not need to be presented to arrhythmics. When the idea that anything could happen at night began to become manageable for me, and I wasn’t sure that if I had trouble getting medical help in time, it was an unfortunate event that resulted in my rapid recovery later; my GP died. I got a new GP who told me that the pacemaker I was taking at the time had a prolonged absorption, it would not have been possible to break the 5mg tablet in half ... From now on, to this day, I am almost asymptomatic with twice a change of medication in both diseases. Of course, I’ve been going to a cardiologist ever since, I’m currently on Concor 5mg, and I’m set to Covercard 5/5mg, and thank you, I’m fine. I mean, I was. But the COVID came. I would say my illness is mild, compared to what, say, my mother lived, her life was quite a bit gone, but today, thank God, she’s fine. First of all, I had arrhythmia symptoms, so I called my otherwise purposefully chosen cardiologist (at that time I had no idea that Covid was in the background, because I didn't actually produce any other characteristic symptoms) that the rhythm was becoming more and more chaotic. high, where low heart rate, what should I do? Meanwhile, I felt weaker and weaker, afraid that the two things had something to do with each other. The GP also suggested that I may have gone through covidon relatively asymptomatically, or that I might just be in it without pulmonological symptoms. That's okay, but what can we do? I should take a blood thinner by all means, and Panangin, but you should see a Holter result, not sure when I can get the machine, I expect a minimum of 2 weeks.


 I found myself in the same situation as when I was young: I felt my heart beating all day and prayed at night to get up in the morning. In the meantime, I called the cardiology of the nearby hospital to see if I can issue the referral, roughly when can they receive it? In two and a half months. I also received advice; if pain radiates to the left arm or fainting occurs or I feel persistent stabbing pain, I call an ambulance so I can get into cardiology and then maybe get examined. I also called a private cardiologist; Covidos, do not order, do not know when the next order will be. By then, I could see that I was forced to take matters into my own hands. Searching the net, I found WIWE. There was a bit of uncertainty in me, as I had an ECG scan a million times, a big machine, a lot of paws, who handled it, obviously had to understand it ... This little device and here is a thicker business card .... cardiologists are behind the development of the device. I called my girlfriend, who had a double heart surgery to see if she had heard of WIWE, and said that of course, there are more at the company, the managerial pace doesn’t have a very good effect on the heart - and they use it. I called my little cardiologist-GP, I didn’t even say all along that I would ask for your opinion because I wanted to buy a WIWE, I just wanted to explain what results I could give him to get closer to the solution when he intervened to know the device and very good idea! It's up to me to buy one. And how well I did! Since then, I’ve emailed him my results, and of course I signed up for cardiology in the meantime, where I actually got an appointment for two and a half months. In the meantime, I also went through Holter, but it showed no more than one or two extrasystoles, but with WIWE I can "catch" rhythm changes that have been completely hectic since Covid in time, duration and pattern.
 For example, last week we managed to catch one of the little evils at 11:30 a.m.; he kept the rhythm of the two beats — an omission — for half an hour. (attached) It would be impossible to record these results unless with a hospital ECG for 24 hours, a multi-day examination, or wearing a Holter for a week using the "panic button." WIWE is always with me, just like my phone. Whenever the bad feeling associated with weird rhythms starts, I just reach for it and measure. So I realized five kinds of patterns have been repeated since covid. I go to my doctor on Monday, asking me to print the ecg portion of the results in A2 size with the five patterns on it so you can walk around them more thoroughly. Thus, it is not time to wait for the examinations, but the treatment based on the findings. Although I’m not entirely well yet, my little Doctor is sure to figure something out Without WIWE, it would have been impossible to achieve such results in the current chaotic state of health care for the chronic patient. Under Covid, any diagnostic tool that a patient can use in their home has been found to be especially useful, especially for "hidden" intermittent or intermittent symptoms such as arrhythmia. I invested the price of WIWE in what is most valuable to my health.  U.I .: When the test also confirmed that I was a Covid, I realized how useful the built-in blood oxygen level meter is! :-)  Thanks for the opportunity to tell me my Covid story. I recommend it to anyone who is still hesitant to buy their own WIWE!  Hi: A satisfied customer Adrienn Babinszki