THE World Health Organisation has recognised that coronavirus is having an impact on lots of people’s well-being.
To help you, we have picked a selection of health apps. And as now is as good a time as any to try something new, we’re also looking at apps that can aid you with your beauty regime.
Health with Jane Atkinson
FOR a great introduction to yoga, try Mind+Body’s free app. Yoga For Beginners features a variety of easy-to-follow teaching videos with calming music and soothing voice guidance.
Each clip also tells you the amount of calories burned. It definitely helped me find an oasis of calm.
Available on Apple and Android app stores.
TO improve physical as well as mental well-being, Freeletics Mindset offers personalised exercise plans.
Audio programmes aid mindfulness, motivation, diet and sleep to achieve a fitness goal.
I de-stressed with the guided meditation sessions while the train smarter section kept me motivated.
Available for Apple and Android devices, £12.99 a month.
FROM rowing to strength training, audio personal trainer Auro has a variety of classes with video demos.
My chosen PTs really helped me achieve my goals.
They have their own playlists or pick your own from Spotify.
A year’s subscription is £4.99 a month. See aurofit.co.
Beauty with Gabriella Stein
Think Dirty – Shop Clean (free, iPhone & Android app stores): Scan products’ barcodes or search by name to discover if they harm the environment – or your health.
More than 1.4million items are listed and reviews from other users featured.
You can even shop directly from the app via Amazon. Great idea.
Beautistics (free, iPhone & Android app stores): Track expiry dates on beauty products and set a budget for buying new ones, with a warning when you are close to your limit.
A good concept, but inputting product details is time-consuming.
A scan-and-search function would greatly improve this app.
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