Some 5 technology tools for healthy lifestyle

  • Just like there's an app for everything these days, there seems to be a gadget for everything. In the past couple of years, some gadgets, tools and apps have flooded the world. Powered by technology, their sole purpose is to increase our wellness and performance. Thanks to this technological advancement, the medical field is undergoing a profound transformation.

    While there seems to be a lot of negative impact of technology on our health, the gadgets are reversing the situation, making technology as much a solution as it is a problem. But of course, it's not only technology related problems that the gadgets solve, but a range of other medical issues, as you'll come to see.

    Let's look at some of them and their uses:

    1. Hello sense

    This gadget was made for people who are suffering from poor sleep or insomnia. We all know how important sleep is to our creativity, productivity and problem-solving ability, and how detrimental our life could be without having enough sleep. Hello sense makes it easy for you to drift off to sleep and wake up at the appropriate time, thanks to its sleep sounds and alarm features.

    It comes packed with a variety of sensors that help to monitor the conditions of your bedroom for such indicators as temperature, humidity and particulates, all in a bid to give you detailed insights into your sleep problem. It gives you a better understanding of your sleep pattern and takes note of even the slightest disturbances to your sleep.

    2. Amezcua Chi Pendant

    The Amezcua Chi Pendant is an excellent, mineral-based pendant made from high-temperature nano-engineered glass that has a positive energy field. It was designed to protect people from the pollution or e-smog that results from the use of other gadgets, vehicles and tools that create electromagnetic fields in our environment.

    The pendant also "combat depleted energy levels" and "it's a way to recharge your batteries", according to official information. Wearing the Amezcua Chi Pendant is also said to make you feel balanced and harmonised.

    3. Reliefband

    This gadget is clinically proven to help relieve nausea and vomiting quickly and effectively. As such, it was made especially for people who suffer from motion sickness in a variety of settings, such as when they're in a moving car, moving trains, aeroplanes and so on.

    It even works in relieving morning sickness suffered by pregnant women. Reliefband comes with a special cleaning gel that you need to drop on your wrist before popping the device on the cleaned area.

    4. Muse

    This brain sensing headband is used for guided meditation, and so it is especially useful for those struggling to master this important art. It promises calm, focus and relaxation and also provides real-time feedback on what’s happening in your brain.

    For example, if your brain is too active, Muse helps you calm down by giving personalised tips and feedback. The most groundbreaking thing about this gadget is that it helps you to train your mind like you would train your body.

    5. Whoop

    Whoop was made for people who are serious about optimising their performance like professional athletes and those who are out to beat their own personal records. This gadget which goes for a whopping 500 dollars claims to be engineered to unlock human performance.

    Some of the world's greatest athletes have attested to its effectiveness in terms of helping them to trains optimally, minimising the risks of injury, telling them how much sleep they should get to recharge their batteries, etc. fully. It also accelerates recovery and helps you stay on top of your game.

    This is just a tip of the iceberg. There are so many other gadgets available in the market. You can always search on Google for the specific problem you want to solve. Chances are, there's already a gadget for it.

    While you avail the innovation put into so many gadgets to help you remain fit, it important to remember that one the best way to a healthy life is becoming conscious of your nutrition, so don't forget to look at this article on health and nutrition.

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