Physical Health and Wellbeing

7 Important Health Stats to Track for Optimal Health – Featuring Misirun

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Health is undoubtedly an important factor in everyone’s life. Without our health, how would we be able to do all the things we want to do and enjoy our lives to the full? Most people try their best to take good care of their health, but this is not always as easy in practice. There are so many different facets to health, including physical fitness, mental health, hormone balance, diet and immunity. It can sometimes be hard to keep track of how we are doing in all those areas, especially when we are trying to balance a busy life.

Luckily, it becomes easier and easier to track our vital health stats these days because of the wide range of technology and gadgets that are available to help us. This brings us to my featured product for this post: the Misirun Smart Watch. I was excited to have the opportunity to receive and try this product in exchange for a review. I have owned simple step counters before but this is my first adventure into the world of smartwatches. In this post, I will be sharing my first impressions of the Misirun Smart Watch, and how it can help you to track 7 important health stats on your way to achieving your best possible health.

7 Vital Health Stats You Should Track For Optimal Health - Featuring Misirun

The Misirun Smart Watch


I like to talk about packaging and sustainability so I’ll start with how the watch was packaged. It arrived in a small, compact box, which was wrapped in plastic. The plastic was unnecessary but it did keep the box in perfect condition. The inner packaging was neat, minimalistic and not too excessive. The box contained the watch (obviously), an instruction booklet and a USB charging cable.

A pink Misirun Smart Watch next to its packaging box


The watch did not arrive charged so I had to charge it, but it didn’t take long at all to reach full charge. The charging cable attaches magnetically and it is quite a loose connection but this doesn’t matter if you leave it alone while charging. The battery seems to last for ages – after using the watch for over a week it was still on 40%. This will obviously vary depending on how heavily you use the watch.


My first impressions of the watch itself were that it looks beautiful and of really good quality. I had a choice of pink or black and I chose the pink which I love. It has a rubber strap that is thick and sturdy, I doubt that it would break. There are holes all along the strap which allow the watch to fit any size of wrist. I have tiny wrists and it fits me well – I didn’t even need the tightest notch as I often do on other watches. This is a great watch for people with small wrists or for older children and teenagers.

The pink strap of the Misirun Smart Watch around a wrist


The watch is controlled using two buttons on the side, and it also has a touchscreen. The buttons have very similar functions and pretty much do the same thing although there are subtle differences (one takes you back to the previous screen, and one takes you back to the home screen). The watch is easy to figure out and use.


The watch connects via Bluetooth to the Da Fit app which allows you to customise more settings on the watch, as well as to track your stats over time. The app is not essential, but it definitely helps you to get the most out of your smartwatch. It works on both Apple and Android phones.

Three screenshots of the Da Fit app

7 Important Health Stats to Track for Optimal Health

So here we are – 7 health stats that I’d recommend tracking for optimal health. I’ll explain how you can use the Misirun Smart Watch to track each one.

1. Daily steps

Tracking your daily steps is a simple way to make sure you are getting a healthy amount of physical exercise each day. Whether you are walking, running or simply fitting regular movement into your daily routine, physical exercise is great for your circulation, digestion, blood pressure, mental health and more.

The recommended daily steps for adults is 10,000 but this may not be right for everybody. With the Misirun Smart Watch, you can set an appropriate target for yourself, and it will track your steps throughout the day.

The screen of the Misirun Smart Watch showing daily steps

2. Sleep quality

You’ll know the importance of getting enough sleep every night, but you might be less aware of whether your sleep quality is at its best. We go through several different phases of sleep in our sleep cycle, and each phase is important for different aspects of our health. If our sleep quality is poor, we may not get enough of each type of sleep, and this can have a negative impact on our health.

The Misirun Smart Watch has a built-in feature to track your sleep and measure your sleep quality. This is a really useful feature for getting a better idea of how well you are sleeping.

Related post: My Bedtime Routine For A Good Night’s Sleep

3. Heart rate

A healthy resting heart rate for an adult is typically between 60 and 100 beats per minute, but this can be lower for athletes. It’s a good idea to check your heart rate to make sure it is within this range. This can reassure you of your cardiovascular health and help you to catch any potential problems early. The Misirun Smart Watch can help you with this because it has a heart rate monitor to track your heart rate. I checked the reading in comparison to feeling my pulse and using a metronome and can confirm that the watch’s monitor is accurate.

The heart rate screen of the Misirun Smart Watch

4. Blood pressure

If your blood pressure is too high, you are at a higher risk of a heart attack, stroke, aneurysm, memory problems and dementia. Nobody wants those things! Low blood pressure can also cause problems including dizziness, fainting, nausea and fatigue. You can see why it’s important to track your blood pressure and make sure it is within the healthy range. For adults, a healthy range is between 90/60mmHg and 120/80mmHg. You can track your blood pressure using the Misirun Smart Watch because it has a handy blood pressure monitor built-in.

The blood pressure screen of the Misirun Smart Watch

5. Blood oxygen

Typically, adults should have a blood oxygen level of between 95-100%. Anything below this could be a sign of a serious health problem such as lung disease, heart disease or anaemia. If your blood oxygen is low, you will probably notice symptoms such as chest pain and shortness of breath. Even if you have no symptoms, it’s still a good idea to track your blood oxygen level anyway, just to be on the safe side. The Misirun Smart Watch has a blood oxygen monitor which helps you to do this easily.

The blood oxygen level screen of the Misirun Smart Watch

6. Water intake

It’s important to make sure you are drinking enough water every day, to stay hydrated and keep yourself healthy. You can read more about the health benefits of drinking water in this post: How To Drink More Water If You Struggle To Drink Enough. It can be easy to forget to drink water regularly, but one of the easiest ways to remember is by using the Misirun Smart Watch. You can set up a drink water reminder, so your watch will vibrate and notify you to drink water at regular intervals throughout the day.

7. Menstrual cycle

If you menstruate, it is a good idea to keep track of your menstrual cycle, not only for convenience but for your health. By being more aware of your cycle, you will be more likely to notice any unusual changes and catch health problems early. It can also help you to know what to expect with your mood and energy levels, so you can understand why you are feeling a certain way. It can of course also help you to avoid unwanted pregnancies or get pregnant if desired. Similarly to the drink water reminders, you can get your Misirun Smart Watch to remind you when you are likely to be ovulating, and when you can expect to get your period.

The Misirun Smart Watch laid out among a purple water bottle, pink diary, purple crystal heart and green plant

Additional features of the Misirun Smart Watch

To finish, I will quickly highlight some additional features of the Misirun Smart Watch that aren’t necessarily related to tracking health stats, but are useful all the same!

Calls and messages notifications

Although you can’t actually answer calls or reply to messages on the watch, you can set up notifications to alert you when you receive them. The only disadvantage is that the vibrations are not very strong so I would sometimes miss the notifications. Also, they don’t stay on the screen for very long. It’s a useful additional feature, but not one to rely on.

Breathing training

The watch has a breathing training feature which I think is to improve fitness by slowing down and controlling your breathing, but it can double up as a calming exercise to help relieve anxiety.

Track and record exercise

You can record various types of exercise on this smartwatch, including walking, running, cycling, skipping, badminton, basketball, football and swimming. I have only tried out the walking option so far but it records your time, estimated calories burnt, pace, steps and also uses GPS via your phone to record your route (this shows on the app but not on the watch itself).

The training screen of the Misirun Smart Watch, showing the stats of my latest walk


This allows you to control your phone’s camera shutter from the watch. Useful for taking selfies!


You can use the app to set multiple alarms on your smartwatch, to help you get up in the morning and to remind you of appointments.

Different watch faces

From the app, you can choose from several different watch faces to customise the style of your watch. You can also download hundreds of additional watch faces from the internet.

The home screen of the Misirun Smart Watch, showing the time, daily steps, heart rate, calories burnt and battery level

Music player

You can synchronise your phone’s music player such as Spotify with the smartwatch so that you can play, pause and skip tracks from the watch itself.


You can view the current weather plus the forecast for the next two days on your smartwatch.

Other small features

Other features include the ability to change the language, mute the watch, and apply battery saving mode. In addition, the watch is waterproof, but it is not recommended to wear it while bathing or swimming.

An alternative home screen of the Misirun Smart Watch showing the date and time

Is the Misirun Smart Watch worth buying?

I’ve been really impressed with the Misirun Smart Watch and its range of features. It’s important to note that it is primarily geared towards health and fitness, and doesn’t have all the features that, say, an Apple Watch has. For example, you can read messages on the Misirun watch but you can’t reply to them, and you can’t play games on the Misirun. However, this is reflected in the price as it is considerably cheaper than the Apple Watch.

Overall, the Misirun Smart Watch is a great budget smartwatch if you are mainly looking for health and fitness features. It’s a great tool to help you track your health stats and maintain optimal health.

You can find this smartwatch on the Misirun website, or if you are in the UK it’s quicker to buy it on Amazon. It is listed by UHOOFIT but it is the exact same watch.

The Misirun Smart Watch laid out among a purple water bottle, pink diary, purple crystal heart and green plant

What health stats do you track?

I hope you have found this post informative and that it’s inspired you to track your health stats. I think it’s always a good idea to track certain stats as preventative measures, and so that you can get an early warning if something was wrong. Do you already track the health stats I’ve described in this post? Do you use a smartwatch, and if not, would you ever consider investing in the Misirun or similar? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. I haven’t heard of this brand before, but sounds great. I like the idea of tracking health stats especially with my fibromyalgia and chronic pain. I like the look of the watch. Thank you for sharing these stats to track!

    Lauren –

    1. Sophie says:

      Oh yes, I imagine tracking health stats would be especially helpful when dealing with a chronic illness. Hope you’re doing okay at the moment! Thanks for reading and commenting x

      1. Thank you!

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