In iOS 17 you now have the exciting capability to access and write health data with Siri. While some of us may be familiar with this functionality others might be wondering, ‘How do I access my health data on my iPhone?’ You do not need to worry as this guide is here to help you understand.
Accessing and writing health data with Siri essentially means that you can instruct Siri to retrieve health information stored in the Health app and allow you to inquire about specific details.
Siri has the ability to access data from the Health app and provide you with relevant answers. For instance, you can ask Siri about your daily workout progress or any other health-related information.
This innovative Siri health data feature is not limited to iPhones alone; it’s also available on your Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra, specifically on watches equipped with watchOS 10.2.
Unlock the potential of Siri to effortlessly manage and retrieve your health data, making it a seamless experience across your iOS devices and Apple Watch.
List of some examples of health queries that Siri can answer:
- What’s my current sleep duration?
- How many glasses of water have I had today?
- What was my last recorded body temperature?
- Can you remind me to take a stretch break every hour?
- What’s my recent stress level?
- How many hours did I spend on physical activity this week?
- What’s the quality of my recent sleep?
Here are some Health Data Logging Examples:
- I had a serving of vegetables with lunch.
- Log that I did a 20-minute yoga session today.
- Note that I had a protein-packed breakfast.
- Record that I took my vitamin supplements.
- My current mood is relaxed and positive.
- Log that I had a light dinner before 7 PM.
- Note that I practiced deep breathing exercises.
How to Enable Siri Access to Health Data
Note: Enable Siri on your iPhone/ iPad to access these functions
- Launch the Settings app.
- Click on Health.
- Click on Data Access & Devices under the Data section.
- Click on Siri.
- Turn on the switch “Access Health Data“.
- Launch the “Settings app“.
- Click on “Health“.
- Tap on “Apps and Services”.
- Click on Siri.
- Turn on the switch “Allow Siri Access to Health Data”.
Hurrah! You have successfully learned how to access and write health data with Siri. Now, start asking your queries from Siri and learn more about your daily routines and activities.
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