You can take care of your health in various ways. One of them is to use numerous applications to monitor your health. Which is best to use?
Blood Pressure and Pulse:
It is a simple application for the regular monitoring and analysis of blood pressure. Its mode of operation is very simple and navigating the application is intuitive. Detailed heart rate and pressure graphs help you to efficiently monitor your vital functions. The Blood Pressure & Pulse app includes pre-built fields for your resting heart rate, squat heart rate and blood pressure.
Your heart beats over 102,000 times a day - Cardiogram is a heart rate diary that helps you discover what this data means. Understand your health, sleep, stress and fitness with interactive charts and exhaustive notes to help you track your daily heart health fluctuations. The Cardiogram app for Android phones is compatible with Wear OS by Google, Fitbit and Garmin watches with a heart rate monitor. The Cardiogram Wear OS app on your watch even works on your iPhone.
The Health Calculator app is able to calculate the correct one based on a few inputs: BMI, daily meal calorie requirements, heart rate, ideal weight, body fat percentage, blood volume, blood alcohol content (BAC), daily water consumption requirements.
Quit Smoking is an application created even for everyone who plans to get rid of this fatal addiction. As part of it, you get various types of tasks and you can check on an ongoing basis how long you have stopped smoking. In addition, you will also receive daily information about what recovery symptoms to expect. The application is free and available in Polish.
The AED is simply a defibrillator - a device that can save a life. Thanks to this app, you can quickly check where this equipment is located in the area and you will be able to take the right action.
It is an application designed for all people who suffer from migraine and its consequences. Thanks to it, you can define the symptoms that trigger its appearance. The built-in sleep diary allows you to discover the correlation between the duration and quality of sleep and the following attacks. The program is smart enough to also show the current weather conditions that influence the appearance of painful attacks.