International Journal of Research in Management

Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part A (2023)

Change in lifestyle with health technology


Dr. Sachin K Parappagoudar, Dr. Sana Saima, K Haneesha, Chavi Jain, Pranov Adithya, Latha Ojha, Dheeraj K Madhu and Pranay Bhatter


To preserve excellent health and prevent chronic diseases, one must adopt a healthy lifestyle. Yet, altering one's way of life can be difficult, particularly without the necessary resources and assistance. Luckily, new opportunities to encourage and support healthy living have emerged because of the development of health technology. People can monitor and track their physical activity, diet, and sleeping habits using technology, giving them useful information for making health-related decisions. Moreover, technology-enabled coaching and support can offer individualised direction and encouragement, assisting people in changing their behaviour in long-lasting ways. With regard to encouraging healthy living and preventing chronic diseases, this strategy-known as a change in lifestyle using health technology-has produced encouraging outcomes. Technology and lifestyle changes together have led to the potential to revolutionize healthcare, empowering individuals to take charge of their health and well-being. The use of technology to enhance healthcare outcomes and service delivery is referred to as "health technology." It includes a wide variety of tools and inventions, including as wearable technology, smartphone apps, medical technology, and electronic health records. The way we prevent, identify, and treat illnesses has been completely transformed by the use of technology in healthcare. It has made it possible for healthcare professionals to give more precise and individualised care while also enabling patients to actively participate in their own health. The potential advantages of health technology are growing as a result of the continuous development of technology. The influence of health technology is broad and continues to influence the future of healthcare, from enhancing patient outcomes to lowering costs.

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Sachin K Parappagoudar, Dr. Sana Saima, K Haneesha, Chavi Jain, Pranov Adithya, Latha Ojha, Dheeraj K Madhu and Pranay Bhatter. Change in lifestyle with health technology. Int. J. Res. Manage. 2023;5(1):39-44. DOI: 10.33545/26648792.2023.v5.i1a.67
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