1. The Clinic Finder
The Clinic Finder is an excellent app, especially for expats and tourists. This is a free application that works all over the world, providing you with information on the best hospitals, clinics and medical practitioners in your area. You can look at medical centres on the map, get contact information, read ratings and reviews, send treatment enquiries and compare offers. You can search for clinics based on country or treatment, and you can save any clinics you have been impressed with.
2. Nike+ Training Club
This free app is available on both Android and iOS. It is ideal for those who are seeking a bit of inspiration for their workout plans. The app offers in excess of 100 workouts that have been put together by master trainers working at Nike, with the workouts designed for people of all fitness levels. All you need to do is select your specific fitness goal, i.e. whether you want to get focused, get strong, get toned or get lean, and you will then find plenty of easy-to-follow workout plans to choose from. All of the workouts come complete with video tutorials, which are extremely helpful, as you can be sure you are doing the workouts correctly to receive optimal results.
This app is free to download on both iOS and Android, yet money is involved in a different way. The whole point of the app is for you to put a wager on whether you will complete your workout or go to the gym. The app will then verify if you have done this by making sure you check in at the gym or workout centre you have said you will be going to. If you don’t, you will have to pay up, but if you do, you will earn some cash. The pot is communal, and you can rest assured that there are a lot of people that are slacking and pouring cash into it. It adds a bit of fun to the equation and gives you that extra motivation to work out.
4. Sleep Cycle
This is an exceptional app that monitors your sleep pattern, making it an ideal choice for those who suffer from insomnia or any other types of sleep conditions. It tells you how long you are in a light sleep and how long you are in a deep sleep, as well as how many hours you are asleep. You can also set an alarm period, and the app will wake you up when you are in the lightest phase of your sleep, which is great because it ensures you begin your day feeling rested and relaxed. This is especially great for those moving abroad, as the stress can often take its toll on your sleep and your mood, and this app can help to combat that.
5. Headache Diary Pro
This app is available for £1.99 on Android devices. If you are someone that suffers from headaches, whether now and again or very regularly, this is an ideal app for you. It gives you the ability to track your headaches, gathering information on when they start, which area of your head is affected, how severe they are, what medication you take and when they end. This will help you to get a picture of what triggers your headaches and thus you will be able to take the necessary steps to reduce them.
6. Tempo Magic Pro
Last but not least, we have an app that enables you to adjust music tempo when you are teaching a class. This is ideal for fitness instructors or those who want to have such a career. Read this guide to spin instructing for more information. For spinning, music tempo is so important considering you adjust the speed and difficulty levels throughout the class. This app enables you to develop the right playlists so you can slow down or speed up the beats per minute without changing your music’s pitch.
Hopefully, you have found something that interests you out of all of the health-related apps that have been mentioned.