Protect your Health with Conscious Android Apps & Computer Glasses

Computer Glasses – Spektrum- Prospek – Gunnar

spektrum computer glasses
Spektrum computer glasses

Did you know that the blue light emission from your digital devices, (laptop, desktop, smartphone) has been extensively studied by Harvard Medical School and other prestigious institutions and has been proven to be harmful your health? It has. Not only may your digital habits may make you blind, but could contribute to depression, obesity and even cancer.

To avoid further eye damages, protect your health with computer glasses, such as the ones offered by Spektrum and Gunnar . Gunnar is already well-known among hard-core gamers but Spektrum is making great stride in the general population with its super stylish styles and 99% blue light filter.

Gartner Reseach predicts before the end of this decade, that diabetic care costs will drop 10 percent due to smartphone use. Then by 2020, an increase of 0.5 years will be added to the life expectancy of people living in developed countries because of the ever-increasing reliance on wireless technologies centered on health monitoring.

 

Mobile apps play a huge role in helping people with their health-related goals. Install the right app on your Android smartphone or tablet to track your calorie intake or be reminded of your fitness goals, for example. Here are six useful health apps you can download for free from the Google Play store.

 

Instant Heart Rate

Using the same principle that governs how medical pulse oximeters work, this amazing app enables you to accurately and quickly measure your heart rate. Because the minute color changes on your fingertips are directly associated with your pulse, all you have to do is to place your index finger’s tip on the camera of your Android device. The free Instant Heart Rate app will then measure your heart rate. It even generates a chart that allows you to track your heartbeat in real time. Instant Heart Rate is best used for monitoring your cardio workout and for optimizing your exercise routine.

 

MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal

 

Lose weight using this trusty diet app. MyFitnessPal is an excellent calorie counter for Android. Set your weight-loss goals, use the handy recipe calculator, track your dieting progress, and more. MyFitnessPal even has a built-in barcode scanner tied to the app’s extensive food database, giving you easy access to the caloric and nutritional information of each food item that you scan.

 

B2 Eye Test

B2 Eye Test is a richly featured, ad-supported mobile app for making simple diagnostic eye tests. You can try the app’s six free vision tests in the comfort of your own home. If you find that something’s amiss, visit an eye doctor immediately. The free B2 Eye Test app can test for visual acuity, color blindness, macular degeneration, and more.

 

Stress Check

stress test app

When left unchecked, stress can partly cause diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity. So, measure your stress levels in real time and understand the impact of your various stressors. Your Android smartphone has a camera and lighting features that can be harnessed by the right app like Stress Check. Install this innovative digital tool on your phone, and assess your stress levels so you can better control them via stress-relief techniques.

 

iTriage

 

itriageapp

This free app can be invaluable in case of an emergency or whenever you need sound medical information fast. In case of a medical emergency, iTriage gives you information about the nearest hospital or emergency facility, as well as allowing you to check-in from your smartphone. iTriage can serve as a doctor locator and a symptom checker, too. It even has a useful medical dictionary feature.

 

Pedometer

pedometer app

 

Simple but fully functional, the free Pedometer app enables your ever-present mobile device to record the number of steps you have taken and then estimate how many calories you’ve burned. Pedometer can save and pull up a record of your walk from a previous date and time, helping you to more efficiently track your progress and meet your fitness goals.

 

 


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