4 Gadgets and Apps for a Healthy Lifestyle

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It’s quite common these days for those who sell laptop units to hear that technology is a detriment to one’s health. Devices ruin family time. Gadgets make it hard for users – particularly kids – to keep active. These are just a few of the reasons that technology is perceived by some as an advocate of laziness.  Thankfully, there are tons of gadgets and apps that are specifically created to help users improve their health, like:

Fitness Trackers

Wearable tech is now more popular than ever. In the last five years alone, over 70 million wearable technology were sold all around the globe. These health trackers include wristbands, upper body straps, ankle trackers, and sports watches. Regardless of your preferred means of working out, you can find a fitness tracker that can help you create and hit health goals. They can also aid you in keeping an eye on your progress.

There’s a variety of fitness trackers available now that vary in size, shape, color, and cost.  If you’re looking for an affordable option that is still highly effective, use the Xiaomi Mi Band. The fitness tracker enables you to monitor the steps you take and the calories you burn. It also keeps track of your sleeping pattern.

Fitness trackers for kids are also available. In particular, Leapband is a tracker specifically made for children. The wearable band promotes active play by letting the kid adopt a virtual pet they need to keep healthy by participating in various physical activities.

Omron Evolv

The Omron Evolv is a health device that can help you monitor your blood pressure anytime. It is medically validated. It’s also light enough so you can bring it anywhere with you. The device enables you to easily measure and document your blood pressure. You can also share your BP information with your loved ones or doctor via the Omron Connect app. The device features Advanced Accuracy, which is a heart health feature that ensures precise readings.

The Health App

For its iOS 8 update, Apple launched its free Health app. The application aims to promote fitness and health among Apple users. The Health app is created as a one-stop shop for all the monitoring you need health-wise. It is also designed to work with other fitness and health apps to ensure that you can have your health information stored in one place.

The Medical ID is one of the main features of the Health app. It enables you to save emergency medical details such as special medications or allergies that can be easily accessed from the device’s lock screen.

FOODSniffer Chemical Detector

For $150 you can get FOODSniffer, a gadget that is launched from a productive Indiegogo campaign. The FOODSniffer detects chemical compounds near or on food produce that appears too ripe or have gone off. The handy gadget can tell you if the food is still safe to eat. It employs a sophisticated bio-organic test that “sniffs out” your meat, fish, fruits, and veggies when they are starting to spoil. The chemical detector is connected to the FOODSniffer app available on both Apple and Android devices.

Technology has definitely covered everything that involves our lifestyle, including our health. With these handy gadgets and apps above, you can pave the way to a more productive life.

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Cesar N

Blogger at Gadget Salvation since 2014. Technology enthusiast.