5 Best Health Apps For Android

Health is not just being disease and injury-free. Health encompasses physical, emotional and mental well-being. More so now than ever, being healthy has become imperative. Cranking weights at the gym doesn’t necessarily mean you are happy and healthy. Recently, there has been an overwhelming emphasis on overall health, which is inclusive of healthy eating and a calm mental state. Staying healthy not only reduces medical bills but also brings balance to life. There are a lot of health apps out there that help you lose weight, sleep better, eat healthy etc. But, it’s difficult to choose the best health apps from such a wide pool. That is why here is the list of 5 best health apps that you should have on your phone.

5 Best Health Apps For Android

Fooducate

Fooducate App

With people trying different diets like Keto, Low Carbs and Gluten-Free, eating healthy has become imperative in this day and age. Fooducate is a must app for those pursuing healthy eating habits. This app provides extensive nutritional information about 250,000+ food items. The barcode scanner is one of the best features of the app. You can easily scan barcodes and get nutritional information. The app also gives suggestions and alternatives for different food. It is hard not to include Fooducate on the best health apps list. Input your daily meals and the app calculates your daily calorie intake. The app also allows you to interact with other Fooducaters so you don’t feel alone in this journey.

Calm

Calm App

Meditation has increasingly gained a large fan following. Calm is one of the meditation and health apps for Android. Whether you are new or a regular, Calm is ideal for you. It offers multiple guided meditations that vary in time from 3, 5, 10 to 25 mins. Whether you are anxious, stressed or feel lonely, the app shows you the way. If you have trouble sleeping, then it has 100+ sleep stories that’ll put you to sleep in no time. You can also use one of their 30+ soothing sounds to help you focus while studying, working or even cooking.

Nike Training App

Nike Training App

Nike Training App needs no introduction. With over 1 million downloads, this app is one of the best health apps. It offers hundreds of free workouts which can be done both at the gym or your home. If you need extra motivation, follow one of their trainer-led workouts. The trainers ensure that you get enough support and motivation to finish that burpee series. You can achieve medals on the app if you workout consistently, which pushes you to keep up with your workout regime. Workouts are properly categorised - beginner, intermediate and advanced - to help you pick according to your needs.

Sleep Cycle

Sleep Cycle

We’ve all been there when we’ve woken groggy and grumpy due to inadequate sleep. If you’re someone like me who has trouble sleeping then you must download Sleep Cycle. As the name suggests, the app measures your sleep cycle. It not only tracks your sleep but also improves it. The app’s unique design ensures that you wake up when you’re in the lightest phase of sleep. You are provided with a detailed analysis of your sleep. One of the best features of the app is that you can monitor your sleep without needing to place your phone under the pillow. You can place it on the nightstand or the floor and the app still monitors your sleep. Though the app is free upgrading to premium unlocks features like effects of coffee, workout and other elements on sleep.

MyTherapy- Pill Reminder

MyTherapy Pill Reminder

As the name suggests MyTherapy- Pill Reminder, reminds you to take your pills on time. However, that’s not all it does. It also tracks your mood and doubles up as a medical journal. You can set reminders for simple pills like birth control pills to complex diseases like cancer and diabetes. You are sent pill refill/restocking reminders as well. You can also use the app to track your weight and glucose level. You can add your friends and family to the app so that they can help you with your medication regiment.

Jim has a bachelor in Philosophy of Science from the University of Leeds. When he is not writing tech articles he enjoys photography 📷 and traveling 🚂.