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Heath technology has come a long way, with the latest health monitoring gadgets offering accurate measurements in real-time for people of all backgrounds and conditions. But why stop there? Sure, smartwatches are great for measuring heart rate and sleep patterns. The next step is to consider new technologies and good posture gadgets like the compact and affordable Upright Go S.
And besides, not everyone wants a smartwatch. Not when the best wellness gadgets fit inside your wallet. We’re talking specifically about the KardiaMobile Card, a medical-grade EKG that’s so much smaller than you could imagine. We review the latest medical gadgets, gadgets for fitness lovers, and so much more.
Depending on what you are looking to monitor, many products can monitor your health. There are sleep tracking mats if you are finding that you are struggling with sleep that sends information to your phone to monitor your patterns at night. Smartwatches and fitness trackers like those from fitbit have an array of variations of their product, some monitor your heart rate, sleep patterns, cardiovascular health and track your activity. Our phones are even equipped with essential health tracking apps, but additional devices are recommended if you are hoping for more accurate readings.
There has been extensive research into how gadgets and technology affect our health. Gadgets can impact us physically by negatively affecting our posture as we slump into the couch or bed, causing more back and neck pain, strain in our shoulders, and bad posture all around. Our eyes can also be strained from brightly lit gadgets or extended periods of use on screens. Our physical health can take quite a hit with the excessive use of these devices and gadgets. However, in moderation, gadgets are great tools. They can advance our minds, increase our knowledge, and give kids and yourself some fun with different kinds of video games.
There are many health apps optimized for different parts of your health. Depending on what you are looking for, the best app may be something different to what someone else thought. If you want the best app for your mental health, you have a few options. Apps like Fabulous: Self Care help with motivation towards a healthier lifestyle, and Moodpath is an app that helps you assess your mental health trends with Anxiety and Depression. If you want to watch your eating, apps like MyFitnessPal and Lifesum: Diet & Macro Tracker are great tools to manage your calorie intake. If you can’t get to a gym and need a quick workout, apps like 8fit and Fitbit Coach are great app additions to your smartphone to help your health.