If you were to ask me to name my favorite apps in the world, these are definitely on the list. From cooking apps to fitness apps to entertainment apps and so on, I have so many apps that will probably make you stop and think.
And this also works for health apps. A single, consistent routine can be a powerful way to boost your physical wellness. If you have an app that will help you to take better care of yourself, make sure you include it in your daily schedule. Or, if you don’t have a daily routine, use one that is consistent to give your body what it needs most.
I’m not saying you should do everything in your app to be as strict as possible. But consider the possibility that your app might actually help you get in touch with your body, which might be more important than you think. Also, I’m not saying you should give up your apps completely. You just need to be aware that the apps you use to be in control might actually be the ones that are making you healthy and fit.
What I’m saying more than anything is that the apps that you use (and should be using) are not only vital to your health, but they are also the ones that you should use constantly. If you don’t use them, you are missing out on a lot of health benefits. So go ahead and start using them.
You can use apps to track your progress, track your diet, track your stress levels, etc.
I have a favorite app that I use a lot for stress management: The uva app. With uva, you can track your daily stress levels by just putting in your symptoms and it will tell you which app is making your symptoms worse. You can even tell which app you are using at a given point in time.
They’re like the new EKG machine that can get your heart rate and blood pressure, but also the rest of your body’s signals. In this way you can have a great stress monitoring session with one app, then switch to another to monitor your progress.
I have to admit that I was skeptical at first. I’m sure I’d be much more productive if I used the Uva app. It’s free to use, and I can tell you that the app is easy to use. I’m not sure whether or not it’s as intuitive as the EKG machine, but I’m sure it works just as well.
It works just as well as EKG, but it is also very accurate, since the Uva app is designed to measure the pulse and blood pressure and to detect heart issues in asymptomatic people. The results from the Uva app are not, however, as accurate as the EKG machine, which only measures the pulse and blood pressure, and not the rest of your bodys signals.
The Uva app is currently only available for Android devices, but a new version is currently being developed for iOS devices. But it may be a while before this app is actually available for iPhones and iPads.