Are you trying to feel better, feel less stressed, sleep better, and just achieve your best personal health possible? We've got a way to track all kinds of personal health elements to help you get on track. The Basis app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone to track your stress, sleep, and fitness. In order to use this app you will need to purchase a tracking device at mybasis.com, which will then track your calories, heart rate, steps, and plenty more, all wirelessly.
What this app aims to do is give you a more complete picture of your personal health. Once you have purchased the Basis band then you are ready to get started with this app. You will be constantly tracking and capturing all kinds of statistics as in depth as your skin temperature, how much you are perspiring, your motions, steps, heart rate, and plenty more. This tracking doesn’t just happen while you’re moving however it’s all day and all night to give you that rounded picture of your personal health.
This app requires iOS 7.0 or later to use and currently has 3.5 out of five stars from customers. There are plenty of great comments regarding this app such as its ease of use and the fact that it provides a wealth of information. In the latest update the app had a number of bug fixes, giving users an even smoother performance.
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Taking a Closer Look
There is plenty to discuss with this app as it offers users many features and tools. Thanks to its high-tech makeup it can show you things like your calorie count when you performing an activity, the duration you performed it, and even recognizes on its own which of your favorite activities you are doing. How does this app help you with stress? Because it displays your current heart rate you'll be able to see it going up and this can help you identify stressors in your life so you can learn to avoid them or deal with them better. Now when it comes to sleeping the app is able to detect on its own when you are sleeping plus what phase of sleep you are in. You can view information on your light sleep, deep sleep, toss-and-turns, REM sleep, interruptions, and duration data.