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Top 6 apps for the body and mind

We function and communicate with our phones, check the time, use social networks and even play games. Sure, there are many useless apps to help us pass the time, but there are also apps that can be educational and motivational too. Here are the top six apps that are recommended for a healthy body and mind.

1. “Lose It!”–If you’re looking to lose some weight, this app has everything you need to help you track your meals, weight, exercise, and water intake. This calorie tracker app is also compatible with devices like the Nike Fuelband and Fitbit devices, it can also be synced with other fitness apps to make sure information is accurate.

2. “Minute Workout”–Want to squeeze in a workout, but you’re running on a full schedule? This app offers a seven-minute challenge for seven months. See if you can keep up working out every day for seven months. Sounds easy right? Easier said than done. This app keeps track of your workouts and even offers achievements for completed workouts.

3. “Pocket Yoga”–The perfect app for yoga on the run. “Pocket Yoga” is complete with a variety of workouts and poses to satisfy your yoga workout. Choose from beginner, intermediate and expert levels and the length of your workout. This app is perfect for advanced yogis or individuals who want to get started with yoga.

4.“Stop, Breathe and Think”–This app is perfect to download if you’re looking to get into meditation. Being mentally in touch with your health is just as important as being physically healthy. This app offers various guided meditations for beginners to experienced individuals. Simply choose how you’re feeling and “Stop, Breathe and Think” will give you a list of customized meditations to help you find inner peace and Zen.

5. “Lumosity”–Exercise is important for your mind too. With “Lumosity,” participate in games, puzzles, and challenges to exercise your brain. This app is free, however you do have to pay for a “Lumosity” subscription. The good thing is that you can participate in a free trial before you decide to commit to a subscription.

6. “Waterlogged”–Use this app to keep track of your daily water intake. You can set up reminders throughout the day to ensure that you are drinking the proper amount of water that you need. It’s been proven that water intake helps clear skin and aids in weight loss. Stay hydrated to stay healthy.

Lesly Limon may be reached at [email protected].

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