Here are three apps that we recommend for the 3-4 million trying to give up smoking.
Top 3 Apps for Making Changes Stick
If your patients have been motivated by campaigns such as Stoptober and Stay Sober for October, but now need additional help to make or maintain changes to their lifestyle, an app can help.
Effective health apps put practical support, encouragement and tailored advice in the palm of your hand. Convenient and always with you, they can provide the right intervention at the right time. Here are three apps that we recommend for the 3-4 million trying to give up smoking, 20% wanting to cut-back on alcohol, and 2/3rd trying to diet right now.
On behalf of NHS and care organisations across the UK, ORCHA conducts more independent evaluations of health apps than anyone else. This is a monthly round-up of some of the best mental health apps to know about.
TOP 3 APPS FOR MAKING CHANGES STICK
There are a wide range of apps that help embed changes into lifestyles. Here are the three that achieve the highest scores in our evaluations covering effectiveness, safety, security and usability:
Quit genius: With a 36% success rate for long term quitting, it’s more effective than face to face therapy and going cold turkey.
Best-You: Set an alcohol consumption target and receive support and tracking on how you are performing against this.
Change4Life Smart recipes: Finder healthier alternative recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks, it includes step by step recipes and even creates your shopping list.
View 3 of ORCHA’s favourite apps for making changes stick HERE
‘Tipping point’ reached as public say they prefer health apps to antidepressants to support mental health conditions
Consumer research published on 9th May 2022 reveals that people aged from 18 to 44 years old would choose digital health to support a mental health condition over and above prescription medication, such as an antidepressant
The world’s first cross-border digital health accreditation system to be launched at HIMMS Europe
The Nordic region aims to be the most integrated health region in the world by 2030, according to the Nordic Council of Ministers. A shift towards digital health, and its focus on the self-management of health by Nordic populations, will be an important step on this journey, but it also brings new risks
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