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Top 10 Health Gadgets to get this Holiday Season
by Sarah Brooks
Have you started shopping for the holidays yet?
If you are looking to start a healthier lifestyle and want some gadgets to help this process, this list would be perfect for you. Some of these items can be shared with your family, which may be worth the price you pay. Others are tools that you can use that helps lower costs in the long run because you could visit professional therapy less often. Either way, these are perfect for the holiday season because of how neat some of these products are. Let's give the gift of health this holiday season!
Below are the top 10 health gadgets to get this season:
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Umoro Shaker Bottle v3 - $20
The shaker bottles from Umoro are great for working out because you can store your water separate from your supplements. This is good if you want to enjoy your beverage as is until you want to have your supplements. Then, simply press the button on the bottle to release the shaker compartment!
Lumo Lift - $100
This tiny device helps correct your posture by giving you a gentle buzz whenever you are slouching. Since you will be wearing this for most of your day, it also keeps track of your activity such as steps and distance. You can view all this data by linking it to your phone via Bluetooth, which is great if you want to start tracking your habits.
Muji Ultrasonic Aroma Oil Diffuser - $130
Essential oil diffusers are becoming popular as more people realize the benefits of essential oils. Oil diffusers come in a variety of shapes and sizes- some even work as a lamp! These can also double as a humidifier since the oils must be mixed with water. An oil diffuser is perfect for creating a relaxing atmosphere. With your choice of different scented oils, some can help you sleep, relieve pain, and improve cognitive function.
Kolibree Electric Connected Toothbrush - $130
Make teeth-brushing fun with this smart toothbrush! Connect the toothbrush to your phone and you can track how long you’ve been brushing your teeth, which spots need extra cleaning, and compare the data with other users such as family members!
Thumper Sport - $140
Don’t think we forgot about this! Sure we might be a little biased but this massager delivers great power to help with muscle recovery after a workout session. The long handle can help you reach your back, so it is entirely possible for you to do a full-body massage on your own. This is a great gadget for helping people staying active at an affordable price – and it’s perfect for home users!
Beddit Sleep Monitor - $150
If you’ve ever wanted to track how you sleep, lay this strip across your bed and sleep away! When you wake up, you can see all the data that was collected the night before on your phone. Unfortunately, this gadget is only compatible on iOS devices.
Lumo Run - $150
Another device from Lumo, but this time it tracks how you run. It analyzes your running form and has real-time audio coaching advice throughout your run. It measures cadence, braking, bounce, pelvic rotation, and pelvic drop. With this type of tracking, users improved their running form, pace, and distance.
Sensoria Fitness Socks and Anklet - $200
These are smart socks. They can track speed, pace, cadence, and even foot landing! Runners would know that landing on the wrong parts of your feet can cause damage to certain parts of the body. Now, runners can try to minimize that and improve running posture.
Nox Smart Sleep Light - $200
This device works as a sleep coach, a lamp, and an alarm. Not only does it monitor sleep activity, it can also track room temperature, humidity, and ambient noise/light so you can understand how your bedroom can impact your sleep quality.
Fossil Q Smartwatches - $275
If you like being stylish but also want to buy a wearable fitness tracker, have you looked into getting Fossil Q smartwatches? Fossil smartwatches combine style and function, which is great for people who want a wearable without it looking like a wearable. Fossil also makes hybrid smartwatches that have the same functionality but without the touch screen for people who like the classic watch face. The hybrid smartwatches are much more affordable than the full smartwatches, but it is all up to personal taste.
I hope you enjoyed this list of gadgets and become inspired to make an investment for health and wellness. Which one do you plan to get? Are there other cool health gadgets we should include in this list?