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Trust GXT 707 Resto V2 is a chair designed to be ergonomic, robust, and with plenty of adjustment options. Although I do play quite a lot on my computer, the truth is that I use it mostly for work rather than play. I needed a chair designed to keep you comfortable for long hours during the day and, because I have some back problems, I also needed a chair that can keep my back straight, in a healthy position. The Trust GXT 707 Resto V2 gaming chair promises a lot and covers all the main elements I was looking for, at a reasonable price.
The hydration of our bodies is vital for a healthy lifestyle. The modern rhythm of our lives makes us forget to drink enough liquids during the day, and we can develop health issues and a sense of tiredness by doing so. Since technology is a big part of this stress, it is welcome if it can be put to good use and help us manage our hydration better. Hydro Coach is an app for your smart devices that can record, monitor and remind you to drink enough liquids during the day.
Regularly sitting in front of your computer for long hours means that you increase the risk of developing health problems like visual fatigue, back pain, discopathy, and more. To reduce the health risks, it is a great idea to take regular breaks. The medical advice says that you should take a 5-10 minutes break away from your computer each hour. In some countries, this is also a legal requirement. But how do you do that every day? Use a simple break reminder app like stretchly:
Many fitness trackers tend to be bulky, with a lackluster design that is lacking in elegance. Fitbit is one of the companies that has understood this problem and their latest generation of devices tends to be better looking than their competitors'. Fitbit Charge 2 is one of their most popular devices - a fitness wristband with heart rate monitoring, multi-sport modes, guided breathing sessions, and interchangeable bands. If you want to know whether it is a good fit for you, and how well it works, read this review:
Fitbit has a wide range of devices for monitoring health and fitness activity. With a price tag at the time of our review of just under $100, the Fitbit Alta is a reasonably-priced entry-level fitness wristband. Its main selling points are the pleasant design, the interchangeable armbands, the ease of use and its build quality. In this review, we take a closer look at the Fitbit Alta device and the Fitbit app that comes with it. Is it a worthy investment? Read on to find out:What is the Fitbit Alta good at?
The Fitbit Alta is an excellent device for:
The twenty first century made a lot of humans "attached" to smartphones - those technological wonders that manage to make almost every person look down at them over and over again: at work, in bed, in the subway, in airplanes, cafes, everywhere. Besides all the good they bring to the world, smartphones also have the ugly power of tiring our eyes and keeping us from sleeping well. This happens mostly because we tend to use our smartphones and look at their screens right until we fall asleep.
In the last few months, one of my friends went through a severe period of depression and needed the help of his friends and family as well as that of his psychologist. During his treatment, he was asked to keep a mood log, so that he could understand his emotions better and create a baseline of how he feels and deals with depression. For this exercise, the doctor recommended that he use a free smartphone app called Daylio, and since then we have both used this app.
Are you into cycling? Do you ride your bike frequently? Have you considered purchasing a GPS device for tracking your rides and getting instructions on how to go to one place or another? Do you want a device that you can mount on your bike and use to navigate through cycling trails? If you do, then you've no doubt encountered products like Mio Cyclo 200, which promises the best experience in bicycle navigation. We tested this device for about a week, on several bike rides and, this is what we have to say about it:
Smoking is one of the worst habits you can have: it's bad for you and it's bad for those close to you. Not long ago - 99 days, but who's counting? - my wife and I decided to quit smoking. We were both long term smokers and we were both at our "nth" try of quitting smoking. This time we managed not to relapse after just a few days or so, and one of the reasons for that is the fact that we both used several motivational apps on our smartphones. Besides my Android smartphone I also use a Nokia Lumia 930 with Windows 10 Mobile on it.
Smoking cigarettes is one of the best ways to make sure that you will have health problems sooner rather than later. You could develop lung cancer, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), all kinds of heart diseases, stroke, asthma, diabetes and all the other types of cancer you can think of. It's quite a gruesome picture if you think about it. But despite all that, some of us still hold on to this unhealthy habit. Although it hasn't been long since I stopped smoking, in the last three months I've learned a few things about how your Android smartphone can help you quit smoking.