As it’s the start of the new year, most of us will have made resolutions to achieve a better and healthier lifestyle. Here at We Buy Any House, we have compiled our top health devices you need at home.
Brain Sensing Headband:
If you struggle to sleep, and suffer from headaches late at night, then this device is definitely for you. The Brain Sensing Headband is a great device to have at home. Using electroencephalography sensors (EEG sensors), in addition to Muse S monitors, the brain sensing headband tracks your brain activity throughout your sleep and sends the information to your tablet or computer via Bluetooth- providing a report on your sleep per night. The device focuses on your heart rate, how intense your deep sleep is, and how long you spend in each stage of sleep throughout the night. Additionally, the device gives you tips on how to achieve reduced stress, and how you can achieve calm and a sense of peace before you sleep.
Portable Air Purifier:
Offering up to eight hours battery life, the LG PuriCare Mini Air Purifier is compact device that can [purify the air and remove bacteria and up to 99% of tiny and ultra-fine dust particles. The gadget can be used in any room of the house and is great if you feel like a room is stuffy, or that a certain room in the house if you’ve been cooking food, then using the air purifier can refresh the air and clear the air.
TytoHome Remote Exam Kit:
The best gadget to have at home is the TytoHome remote control home kit exam. It will allow everyone to have a full health screening from the comfort of your home, which is massively beneficial during the Coronavirus pandemic, in which people are being confined to their home due to isolation. The device pairs up with a teleconferencing app and can provide a full health care plan including diagnosis, treatment plans and prescriptions if they are necessary.
Blood Glucose Monitors:
By having a blood glucose monitor at home, you can easily monitor your sugar levels, which is an absolute necessity if you have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. By using the device at home, if you notice any irregularities or fluctuations, you can instantly report it to your GP or hospital doctor.
Although some people view having a weighing scale in the home as a negative, it’s actually a great way to keep on top of your health while you’re at home. There are lots of varying designs to have for your home scale, and you can even get ones that tell you your heart rate and calculate your BMI. Having them in your home, perhaps in your bathroom, allows you to healthily track your weight and health and make more conscience decisions.
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