Take the small steps to better health

Health, it’s the most precious thing yet millions of us risk it every day


Making small changes to your lifestyle choices can have the biggest impact on your health. Our personal health programs can help you take the small steps to better health.

Take the small steps to better health

 

Discover here how the Philips health programs help you to start measuring, keep monitoring and stay motivated to take the small steps to better health.

Start measuring

your stats in real time

 

Our range of connected health devices automatically sync to the free Philips HealthSuite Health App on your smartphone, so you can monitor your data over time and see how you’re progressing towards your goals.

Health watch

Gain insight into your cardio condition through tracking your heart rate and heart rate zones.

 

Boost your activity level by tracking steps, active minutes and calorie burn. Understand your sleep patterns.

Wrist blood pressure monitor

Instantly check your readings against World Health Organization classifications.

 

Easy-to-carry portable wrist unit allows you to monitor your blood pressure and heart rate anywhere.

Upper arm blood pressure monitor

Instantly check your readings against World Health Organization classifications.

 

Large backlit screen clearly shows your measurement results.

Body analysis scale

Track your weight, body mass index and body fat percentage.

 

Available in black or white.

Ear thermometer
Accurate in-ear temperature measurement in just two seconds.

Stay motivated with our free HealthSuite health app
Take the small steps to better health


Our easy-to-use health app uses data from the Philips range of connected health devices to help you to take the small steps to better health, at a pace that’s right for you.

Want to be updated about our health programs? Hear about how our tailored health programs can help you make the small changes that can make a big difference to your health.

Sources


* http://www.cdc.gov/HeartDisease/facts.htm

** McGill HC, McMahan CA, Gidding SS (March 2008). "Preventing heart disease in the 21st century: implications of the Pathobiological Determinants of Atherosclerosis in Youth (PDAY) study“ ,  Also mentioned by WHO: http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs317/en/

*** “Chronic Conditions Among Older Americans,” in Chronic Care: A Call to Action for Health Reform, AARP Public Policy Institute, March 2009. http://assets.aarp.org/rgcenter/health/beyond_50_hcr_conditions.pdf