Safe and trusted apps to help you manage your health
The Health Apps Library makes it simple for you to easily find safe and trusted apps to help you manage your health. These apps have all been reviewed by the NHS to ensure they are clinically safe and relevant to people living in England.
Please visit the website for more details and to see the range of apps available http://apps.nhs.uk/
Get an assessment, information on your condition and advice on looking after yourself.
Based on substantial research, use the Five Ways to improve your wellbeing.
Reflect on your wellbeing, set activities to help you improve your wellbeing and track your progress – all from the comfort of your phone; whenever it suits you!
Price : Free
SAM is a self-help app for people who want to learn to manage their anxiety. Established methods of self-help have been combined with high standards of usability to provide an engaging, flexible, and practical resource.
Use this app to assess whether you may be depressed and make a tentative diagnosis of the severity
Great meal options for people with cholesterol, high blood pressure and/or diabetes.
NHS Sound Doctor is an audio app which helps you understand your long term conditions in more detail so it is easier to look after yourself and get the best out of life.
This official Diabetes UK app, Diabetes UK Tracker, is designed to be quick and simple to use, taking the chore out of logging your daily levels to help you effectively manage your diabetes.
NECK AND BACK
Muscle, back or joint problems
The app provides information to patients and carers about stroke and the standards of care that they should expect to receive, based on the ICSWP national clinical guidelines.
The app also includes links to a variety of patient support organisations.
Use the official NHS Quit Smoking App to help you successfully stop smoking.
This is the official NHS app for measuring body mass index (BMI).
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS
1 in 8 women in the UK get breast cancer. Be breast aware - get iBreastCheck.