Tech Tips to Stay Healthy

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The start of a new year brings the promise of renewal, rebirth and revival.

And in the spirit of shedding bad habits and abandoning unfulfilled dreams, many of us make a list of resolutions for the year ahead. From relationships, to work and to health, it’s a time to make a change.

But more often than not, in the weeks and months since ringing in the new year, those resolutions seem to fade into the background much like the ones before them.

Don’t lose hope! You can get back on track — especially when it comes to your health. And with advancements in tech, it’s all that much easier to elevate your well-being.

These are our top tips on how tech can help you stay healthy — and stick to your resolutions for 2022.

Blood Pressure

There are multiple apps[1] that can record, track and analyze trends in blood pressure. Depending on the app, information can even be exported and easily shared with doctors or loved ones via email or text messages.


Smart Watch

With each new iteration, smart watches are getting, well, smarter. Some models measure blood oxygen levels and track sleep patterns. These devices are a great way to monitor workouts and calorie consumption.



Don’t forget to hydrate! The body is 60 percent water, which is needed for almost all bodily functions. It’s a good idea to have a water bottle nearby, and some will also charge your devices while keeping liquids hot or cold.


Restful Sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep can make you feel more alert. When it comes to sleep aids, there are a plethora of tech options on the market, including some devices that produce white and other “color” noises to lull you to sleep.



Quiet reflection can help to improve your health and happiness. From stress or anxiety, to focus, and to self-realization, several apps are designed to guide you through meditation practices with the goal of becoming mentally fit and healthy.

This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Paul Martella, a TechBuzz contributor and an AT&T employee. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.


[1] Data charges may apply to app download/usage

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