Almost everyone I talk to says how busy they are and certainly Nurses are no exception. We all seem to spend so much time on our mobile’s, that this week I thought I’d share 7 Free phone Apps one for each day of the week) that you might like to download!
Stress Check – Nearing the end of another busy year – you might find the results surprising!
“According to Lifeline, 93 per cent of Australians experience stress due to family, work, health and financial pressure. Use this app to see how you rate on the stress chart. Developed by clinical psychologists, it takes you through a series of stress check quiz, exploring different areas of in your life. These stressors are explained, along with helpful tips on how to reduce anxiety in those areas” Download Here>>
Swap It Don’t Stop It – check it out if you love Food!
This app “shows you how to make smarter food choices from swapping sweets for nuts, to getting more exercise in your day, along with ways to shop smart, save calories and even how to join local exercise classes. You can track your progress and set alerts to be remind you when its time to make a swap. Handy and informative” Download Here>>
iStepLog – Yes we need to keep counting – what an easy way!
“This app is like having a mini pedometer in your pocket. Launched by Australian charity 10,000 Steps, it keeps a tally of how much you move each day ” Download Here>>
Fitness Builder – this may be for you if you need to start Exercising!
“This app lets you choose from more than 5,600 exercise images and videos, or, you can even ask a personal trainer for helpful advice.” Download Here>>
Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker by My Fitness Pal – even tracks the excerise you do!
“Enter your age, gender, weight loss goals and this clever app will help you reach your weight loss goals. It lets you keep a food diary, tracks the amount of exercise you do, and after all your hard work it tells you how much room for manoeuvre (such as a glass of wine) you have left at the end of the day. “ Download Here>>
Traffic Light Food Tracker – straight to the point!
“Developed by the Obesity Policy Coalition, this waist-whittling program compares packaged food products by entering the amounts of salt, fat, saturated fat and sugar per 100g. This then generates a traffic light for each nutrient: red for high, amber for medium and green for low.” Download Here>>
iHome+Sleep – sounds like it would be worth a go!
“Much more than an alarm clock, this app gently wakes you each morning to a summary of your sleep stats and the day’s weather report. You can even pair it with the Sleep Cycle alarm clock version: place your iPhone under your bottom sheet and the movement sensor will determine which sleep phase you’re in.” Download Here>>
Let us know what you think and tell us if you know of any other good free health app’s that Nurses would love to use!