Collect health and fitness data on iPhone
The Health app automatically counts your steps and walking and running distances. To gather additional health and fitness data, you can use other apps (such as nutrition and fitness apps) and devices (such as blood pressure monitors, weight scales, and glucose monitors) that are compatible with Health.
Install third-party apps
Tap Health Data, tap a category (such as Activity), then scroll down to Recommended Apps.
Tap a recommended app to download it from the App Store.
After you install and set up the app, you can choose to share data with Health.
View your sleep history
If you set up Bedtime in the Clock app or a third-party app, Health displays your sleep history.
To view your sleep history in Health, tap Health Data, then tap Sleep.
Collect data from Apple Watch
After you pair Apple Watch with your iPhone, data is automatically sent from Apple Watch to Health.
View your move, exercise, and stand data and goals: Tap Health Data, then tap Activity.
View heart rate data: Tap Health Data, then tap Heart.
Collect data from another device
Follow the setup instructions for the device.
If it’s a Bluetooth device, you need to pair it with iPhone. See Connect Bluetooth devices to iPhone.
View and manage a data type
Tap Health Data, then tap the data type. For example, tap Activity, then tap Steps.
View your progress over time: Tap the D (day), W (week), M (month), or Y (year) tab.
Move a data type to the top of the Today screen: Turn on Add to Favorites.
Manually enter data: Tap in the top-right corner of the screen.
Delete data: Tap Show All Data, swipe left on a data record, then tap Delete. To delete all data, tap Edit, then tap Delete All.
View apps and devices allowed to share data: Tap Data Sources & Access.
Search for a data type
Tap Health Data, then swipe down to reveal the search field.