Nigerian Apps For Nutrition, Fitness And Health

The Nigerian Apps For Nutrition, Fitness And Health compilation by PositiveNaija provides a guide on Nigerian apps (mobile applications) with quality information and assistance on nutrition, fitness and health.

Other Nigerian apps include:

 

 

Nigerian Apps For Nutrition, Fitness And Health - PositiveNaija

 

Nigerian Apps For Nutrition, Fitness And Health

“Infant immunization tracker and reminder.”

“Search for a medical specialist anywhere in the world and obtain a second opinion or referral.

Search and see a doctor using video conferencing or book a face-to-face appointment. Do you have a friend or relative who got sick abroad. Search and contact local doctors and maintain communication with the doctor treating them.
For medical doctors whose patient got sick while abroad you can search for a local doctor and liaise with them to manage you patients. Securely transmit patient record to your colleagues and obtain specialist opinion through video conferencing.”

“LINK UP one-stop help centre for young people facing sexual related health issues, the app provides users with access to Youth Friendly Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights service centers around Nigeria, and access to a safe space where they can speak to a trained counsellor and discuss whatever sexual health-related issues that they are facing, with the promise that their privacy is guaranteed. It uses a Google mapping functionality to help young people find and access adolescent-friendly health care services from facilities closest to them.”

“Everyone deserves strong mental health, that’s why our mission is simply to use tele-therapy to strengthen you.

At Nguvu Health, we believe that your mental health is just as important, if not more than your physical health, and that’s why we have licensed mental health therapists on board, who are trained and seasoned to steer you in the right path for your mental health.”

Omomi (meaning ‘My Child’) is an app that provides mothers and expectant mothers with life-saving maternal and child health information while connecting them to medical personnel in real-time.

With Omomi, a mother has a doctor at her fingertips 24/7, because on the app, mothers can chat privately with doctors at any time of the day or night.
Omomi has a vibrant online community called the mothers’ community. On the Omomi mothers’ community, mothers can interact with one another and share their experiences on motherhood, childbirth, childcare and even marriage and relationships.

Using Omomi, mothers can also monitor their children’s progress using the growth monitor and they can manage childhood diarrhoea at home using our interactive, step-by-step guide. Furthermore, they can also keep track of their menstrual cycles using the menstrual calculator.

Main Features: Private Chat with a doctor; Mother’s Community; Growth Monitor; Diarrhoea management; Information on Breast Feeding, Food Supplementation & Family Planning; Maternal calculator.

“There are 3 Ways To WHISPA

1. Whispa chat with our doctors
• On any sexual or reproductive health problem or concern
• It stays Private

2. Get a Sexual health product or service:
• A contraceptive (to confidently prevent pregnancy)
• Home or laboratory Tests (for STDs, pregnancy, ovulation) and more

3. Book an appointment:
• At a nearby hospital for a contraceptive
• or whenever you need a doctor to take a look down there”

 

 

*This compilation was first researched, written and poster designed by Toju Micheal Ogbe on the 26th of May, 2021 as well as updated by Okene Eunice Ayobami and Toju Micheal Ogbe on 4th of May, 2022 – without interference or sponsorship by the featured apps.

Image credit: Grace Alegeh

*If you have information or recommendations that could be relevant in improving this compilation, please comment or write to us at positivenaija@yahoo.com and we will review/update the article accordingly. Thank you.

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Mac-Donald | 37 comments
4 days ago

This is great. It is bringing health sector into the upcoming 21st century way.