Health Gadgets you should know about

Nowadays you don’t really have to visit the hospital for minor tests and monitoring as it used to be. Temperature, Glucose level, fitness rate and many others can be checked without having to get to the hospital. This has made first aid a lot easier as such treatments can now be carried out with accuracy and precision as oppose the early years when technology arrived to subdue our ignorance.

Here are a few Health tech Gadgets for you to consider:


Do you or anyone you know feel any kind of chronic pain, you’d believe with me that it always come with moaning. With pain pods a totally new drug free gadget alternative to painkillers, you can put an end to the moaning.

This gadget is powered by a combination of microcurrents and biomedical technology that is able to understand our peripheral nervous and body systems and how they actually work to manage pain, improve performance and speed recovery. To use this device just slap it on an area in pain and will work its magic to take the pain away.



Are you or do you know anyone allergic to food or looking to take better control of their diet.? Tellspec works with an app to be installed on your smartphone. It can analyse the ingredients of your meal or whatever you point it at then send the information to the smartphone app.

Fitness Band

Fitness bands are wearable tracker that continuously senses the movements of the body on a 3-axis accelerometer. The data is recorded all the time it is worn and powered up, which enables the tracker to trace if the individual is walking forward, running fast, or even standing still.

These devices have the semblance of a wristwatch and as such has become the most used and sought-after health devices now.


Glucose Meter

A glucose meter is a medical device for determining the approximate concentration of glucose in the blood. It can also be a strip of glucose paper dipped into a substance and measured to the glucose chart. It is a key element of home blood glucose monitoring (HBGM) by people with diabetes mellitus or hypoglycemia. A small drop of blood, obtained by pricking the skin with a lancet, is placed on a disposable test strip that the meter reads and uses to calculate the blood glucose level. The meter then displays the level in units of mg/dl or mmol/l.

Taking proper care and paying attention to one's health is now easier than ever with this tech devices. 

Do you know of any other health tech devices? Drop them in the comments section for us to learn. 

Alabi Olusayo 
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