If your New Year’s Resolution is to get fit or better manage your health, you aren’t alone — staying fit and healthy always tops the list of most popular resolutions.
But as we all know, following through can be tough. In the new year, consider using one or more of the many tech tools that have been created to help consumers improve their health.
There’s a financial incentive in it for you, too. As most of us know, the U.S. healthcare system is the most expensive in the world, and every year it seems like costs get higher and higher. According to the Center for Disease Control, chronic diseases and conditions, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes and obesity, are among the most common, costly and preventable of all health problems.
Whether you are trying to manage or prevent a chronic condition, or just trying to pick up a few new healthy habits, using new tech tools to keep you on track in 2018 could benefit your health and your wallet.