Health care workers need to be able to easily assess the health of their patients.
In a new study published in the journal Science, scientists at Johns Hopkins University and the University of California, Berkeley, have found a way to measure stress using an Apple Watch.
They found that when a patient is stressed, they tend to lose focus, become distracted and have trouble focusing on tasks.
“If they don’t have an iPhone, it’s a real problem,” said lead researcher Dr. Christopher C. Bresch.
“They’re more likely to get distracted.
They’re less likely to do their tasks.”
When a person with a stressor in their life feels anxious, they are less likely than those without to be focused on a task.
It also increases the likelihood of poor performance on tasks that need to move quickly, such as driving.
“The iPhone and Apple Watch are going to have a very big impact on the way we’re managing stress,” said Dr. Mark J. Czuchry, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Neuroimaging, Behavior and Cognition.
“These devices can track the heart rate of the patient, and if they’re not able to maintain focus they’re less able to do things.”
The study was done in conjunction with the Johns Hawkins Health Center, where researchers used a mobile app called Fitbit.
Fitbit, which is owned by Jawbone, is a wearable device that tracks your activity and adjusts the amount of exercise you’re doing to match your body.
It can also track the location of your phone and track how long it takes to find your location.
In this study, the researchers used Fitbit Fitbit Flex, which costs $200, to measure the health-related stress levels of their stress patients.
They then analyzed their data using a technique called “flow-chart modeling.”
The researchers used an algorithm to analyze the patterns of stress in each patient’s data.
“We can predict where the stress levels are, and how those levels are related to the health,” said Bresk.
“And we can actually look at how these levels are associated with other health outcomes.”
Bresck said that, with a Fitbit device, the health data can be stored and analyzed for days, months, years, and even into the future.
The researchers found that patients who were stressed showed more of a change in their body’s response to stress than did those who were not stressed.
The results show that, when you take a moment to think about how stressful you feel, it can be helpful to do the opposite.
When patients with a history of stress are stressed, it makes them more likely that they’re more anxious and less likely they can perform at their highest level of ability.
“This is a way of providing health care professionals with an easy way to monitor and manage stress,” Bresche said.
The new study also shows that stress can be managed in a variety of ways.
“When you take your phone out, you’re actually removing some of the stress from your body, so you can actually do the work that needs to be done to make sure that you have a healthy life,” said Czochry.
Brest said that one of the goals of this study was to better understand how stress affects the brain, and what we can do to minimize or overcome the symptoms of stress.
“It’s really important that we understand stress to be effective at dealing with it,” said Fitch.
“There are a number of ways to treat stress, but it really is a disease that needs treatment.
It’s something that you can do and it can reduce the severity of symptoms.”
The National Institutes of Health is the primary funding source for Science.