Top 10 Best at Home Health Gadgets for 2021 –


Top 10 Best at Home Health Gadgets for 2021

Posted by Lourens van der Walt on

Recent events and with a “certain” virus that has taken hold of the world, people have become extremely health and fitness aware. Making individuals and doctors resort to using devices that allows you to monitor and track your health from the comfort of your won home. Reducing the risk significantly and allowing for time and cost effectiveness, through the simple use of a little device.

There are certain devices conquering the market and bringing healthcare into your own home. We take a look at the top 10 best type of devices for your home:

 Hand Held Nebulizers

Nebulizers have been around for many years but covid has pushed its development into being portable and easy to use. Gone are the days of these big and noisy nebulizers and enter the rechargeable hand held and silent nebulizers. By being small and portable they can be carried in hand bags or baby bags and with its silent use children are no longer afraid to use.

 Bluetooth Blood Pressure Monitors

Blood pressure has long been a high risk problem for many people and a monthly, if not weekly, checkup has been essential. Bluetooth BP monitors now allow you to test your blood pressure at home, removing the need of visiting your doctor or any unnecessary cables. With a wide variety of monitors out there, some of which even work with a smart app, so you can easily track your blood pressure over time and share the information with your doctor.


If there is one thing we all got to know, it’s blood oxygen levels. With the impact of COVID-19 and ensuring that your blood oxygen levels aren’t dropping to low, we have come to know the device known as an oximeter. It is certainly an essential device to have in your home and extremely affordable. There are some oximeters that are just fingertip devices that give an instant reading and other oximeters that are made for use over longer periods of time (use while sleeping) and also during exercise.

 Home Oxygen Concentrators

Initially only used in hospitals to deliver much required oxygen to patients suffering from respiratory issues, doctors had to find a way to get patients out of the hospital and treat them at home. Ate home portable oxygen concentrators use smart technology that is easy to use at home or while traveling and provides an adjustable flow rate.  Used for individuals who may have low blood oxygen levels and patients recovering from Covid-19 and suffering from respiratory issues. It works by pulling oxygen from the air around you and delivering a higher concentration of oxygen.

 Brain activity Monitors

With many head band devices out there complete with electroencephalography (EEG) sensors these devices monitor your brain activity during sleep and meditation and transmits the information to your computer, smartphone, or tablet via Bluetooth. Some devices like the , Muse S also gives insights on how long you spend in each sleep stage and position, your heart rate throughout the night, and the intensity of your deep sleep. These Devices are designed to help you manage and reduce stress, the unique tool gives real-time feedback on what’s happening in your brain and teaches you how to achieve peace and calm.

 Air quality monitors

In recent years we have come to know the inside of our houses relatively well, and monitoring the quality of the air that you are no breathing 27/7 has become significantly more important. Air quality monitors alerts you in real-time about the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and harmful gases like Raden and CO2 while also measuring air temperature, atmospheric pressure, humidity, and even pollen levels, in the environment around you. This data is displayed on your smartphone via the smart companion app for each device, which also provides tips to reduce indoor air hazards, optimize ventilation, and save energy.

 Self cleaning water bottles

Yes, there are tons of interesting reusable water bottles on the market, but none of them can compare to LARQ. Yes it is self cleaning.

By Using UV-C LED light, the device purifies your drinking water in 60 seconds and also cleans itself every two hours (or anytime you click the button). You can also press the button on the cap twice to activate “adventure mode”, a more powerful three-minute water-purification cycle, usually recommended for purifying water that comes from rivers or other non-man-made sources.

A battery-powered water bottle? We’re skeptical as well, but the battery is supposed to last a month.. Plus, it features a double-walled design that keeps drinks both hot and cold for hours — and it means using less plastic.

 Wireless Smart Glucometer

Made by iHealth Lab Inc, the Wireless Smart Gluco-Monitoring System is a state-of-the-art, FDA-approved glucometer that measures glucose levels in the blood and then displays them on your smartphone. It is a sleek, portable design and is compatible with Apple devices. The accompanying iHealth Smart-Gluco app allows you to keep a history of all your measurements and share them with your doctor. In addition, the kit includes 10 testing strips, 10 lancets, control solution, a lancing device, and a carry bag.

 Posture trainers

Whether you work at home or the office – sitting upright is a common weakness amongst all of us. We try our best but before you know it Sir slouch is back. Now you can monitor your alignment in your everyday life with the Upright GO Posture Trainer and Corrector. The innovative strapless device is worn discreetly on your upper back and uses vibration reminders in real-time to notify you to sit straight or adjust your stance.

 Smart thermometers

Thermometers are important for covid yes, but let’s not underestimate the need for having them around, especially for all the moms out there. With many different types of infrared thermometers, measuring your temperature has never been easier. Just touch the device to your temple, press a button, and wait two seconds for the results to appear on its LED display.

Some even come with a smart app, that connect with either WiFi or Bluetooth, which allows you to track temperature readings for each profile you create, set reminders, take notes, and get advanced health advice based on age, symptoms, and fever history.


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