Apps That Can Lead You To A Healthier Life

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Nowadays, there’s an app for pretty much everything. You probably already have apps for chatting with friends, entertainment and listening to music. But did you know you can also use your device to look after yourself?

Whether you have a smartphone or tablet, there’s a ton of touchscreen apps designed to look after your health. You can use these from anywhere, so it’s a great way to keep fit and healthy. Most of these are designed both for Apple and Android devices. Here are some of the apps that can lead you to a fitter and healthier life.

Dieting Apps

Dieting can be hard to keep up with. Many people find it boring, or simply don’t know how to track what they’re eating. Apps make things easy and efficient.

Apps like MyFitnessPal allow you to track everything you eat. This can help you count your calories and make sure you’re getting the right macronutrients daily. Nutrino creates your own, personal healthy menu.

These apps can be great for breaking through a plateau, losing more weight and ultimately eating better. This is the first step towards living a healthy lifestyle so it’s worth keeping a dieting app on your device!

Personal Health Apps

One of the most important factors of keeping healthy is avoiding illness. Babylon offers an Online Doctor App. This doesn’t just help with identifying symptoms. You can also use it to book appointments with your GP or get prescriptions delivered.

There is a ‘Medical’ category for apps both on the Google Play Market and the iTunes App Store.

These feature all sorts of apps for personal health, including eye tests and apps designed to help with pregnancy. Just remember that apps can’t do everything. If you’re having serious medical problems, make sure to visit your doctor and not just your iPad!

Exercise Apps

It can be hard to motivate yourself to exercise every day. Maybe you don’t have much time to go to the gym, or the weather is putting you off going for a run. Fortunately, these apps can act as your personal trainer by logging stats and giving you extra motivation.

The Nike+ app makes use of the in-built accelerometer and GPS in many smartphones. It logs all your run data such as routes and distance, and lets you set your own goals. Spartan Workout gives you a range of bodyweight exercises you can do from home. It contains 48 exercises for every muscle group, and lets you do them by reps or time.

If you prefer weight training, a simple app like Strong can help you. You can record your lifting progress to see how much you’ve improved, and the app will help by organizing it into statistics. Some people even play games on their smartphone to distract themselves while running on the treadmill.

However you like to train, the market is flooded with apps to help you out. Exercising has a bevy of health benefits so if you don’t already work out regularly, try using apps to make it more fun and rewarding!

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