Top 10 Health Gadgets

Of course, the most common Health Gadgets are our smartphones. Thanks to the built-in sensors (accelerometer, GPS) and thousands of different Health apps, smartphones and tablets have become the most popular devices helping to manage our health.

However, besides the smartphones, there are a lot of specialized Health Gadgets, which operate as separate devices or in combination with computer or phone. First of all, it's Fitness Gadgets, which allow to track all your physical activities: what distance you ran, how fast, how many steps you have taken, how many stairs you climbed, how long you do an exercise, etc. You just put it on your hand and can wear it all day.

In addition, various medical measuring instruments, previously used only in hospitals or kept in the home medicine chest - now turned into the smart Health Gadgets, which can be fixed on the body or put in the pocket and constantly monitor your health: thermometers, blood pressure, pulse, weight  meters, glucometers, etc. They not only monitor health indicators and alarm you in dangerous moments, but also log the readings, so that you could analyze the dynamics of your health changes.

Recently the Sleep Management Gadgets have become very popular. They allow you to track your sleep cycles and wake you up at the optimal time during the active phase, when the brain is more ready to awaken.
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Jawbone UP
Jawbone UP is the app-powered wrist band that inspires you to feel better and live healthier ... UP tracks every move you make — it even reminds you to move more.
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Fitbit Charge
An advanced wristband to elevate every day. Track steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed & active minutes. See daily stats, time of day & Exercise Mode on the OLED display. See incoming call notifications when your phone is nearby. Monitor your sleep automatically & wake with a silent alarm. Sync stats wirelessly & automatically to leading smartphones and computers. Get continuous, automatic, wrist-based heart rate & simplified heart rate zones (with Fitbit Charge HR)
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Samsung Gear Fit
The Samsung Gear Fit was designed to comfortably contour to consumers’ wrists while offering a vivid Super AMOLED display. It provides much more than an everyday fitness band, keeping consumers up to date instant notifications from Galaxy smartphones such as incoming calls, emails, SMS, alarm, S-planner, 3rd party apps while consumers are on the move so they can stay connected. Changeable straps in Black, Orange and Mocha Grey will let users express their individual style, changing the look of the Gear Fit to match their outfit or mood for any type of activity.
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Apple Watch
Apple Watch unites the capabilities of an all-day fitness tracker and a highly advanced sports watch in one device you can wear all the time. It can track a wider variety of activities because it’s able to collect more types of data. It uses an accelerometer to measure your total body movement. It has a custom sensor that can measure intensity by tracking your heart rate. And it uses the GPS and Wi‑Fi in your iPhone to track how far you’ve moved.
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Mi Band
The cheapest fitness wristband. Monitor your activity levels, track walking distance and calculate calories burned. Achieve the daily exercise targets you set and work towards a healthier lifestyle!
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Withings Pulse
Whatever your fitness level or style, the Withings Pulse can help you be more active and improve your health. During the day it captures steps, distance walked, elevation climbed and calories burned. At night, it monitors your sleeping cycles. And when asked, it measures your heart rate and blood oxygen level. The Pulse offers an empowering experience, as you are able to better yourself by making informed choices.