The popularity of mobile apps has continued to rise, as their usage has become increasingly prevalent across mobile devices. There are even apps for monitoring your health, a priority interest for people in Southern California. Keith Wommack, a colleague of mine, has researched some of these beneficial apps. Check out this post that was first published in the Houston Chronicle on April 7, 2014.
Do you want to control your own health care? If so, you’re not alone. A societal shift to a more patient-centered, empowered care is taking place.
Influential game changers in this adjustment, allowing people to play a more active role in their health care, are computer tablets and smart phones, as health apps are being downloaded daily.
Health apps can count your steps, carbohydrates, and calories. They can track your diet and heart rate, as well as log your nutrition. One app even attempts to shame you with a snarky voice when you gain weight instead of lose it.
However, if you really desire added control over your health, you might consider a few Bible apps.
Yes, Bible apps. Studies show prayer and spirituality benefit both mind and body.
Click here to read Keith’s complete post.