What is the MED app? or Learn how your lifestyle choices affect your state of mind

Written by: Ben Kennedy
Topic: MED app

What is the MED app?

Med helps you to perform better. Record your behaviour in three areas: Mind, Exercise and Diet.

If you notice a particularly positive or negative state of mind then record it. The app will track and graph interesting correlations between what you do and how you feel.

Over time patterns emerge and you can develop long term habits which put you in powerful states of mind.

Why should I use the MED app?

The simple act of recording your behaviour and feelings will make you more aware of what you are doing day to day. Seeing the effect of the activity you engage in compared with how you feel will create actionable insights about your well being.

How does it work?

Every body is different. Just as people have different personality characteristics, so people have different body types and what works for one person may not work for another.

MED allows you to try different behaviour strategies and track how you feel personally.

You can create bespoke habits and build your perfect routine to get the best out of yourself.

Here you can view videos of how to add different behaviours and mood feelings within the app.




Why do you suggest recording Mind, Exercise and Diet behaviours along with your mood?

As said by management theorist Peter Drucker ‘What gets measured gets managed’. We created three categories which have an inevitable effect on your overall health.

Mind is a category open enough so that any kind of focus behaviour such as deep breathing or meditation could be recorded. You could easily decide that social factors are an important aspect of your overall well being so create a Mind activity such as ‘Seeing Uni Friends’.

When you track these choices against how you feel it will begin to make you evaluate what is causing those particularly good or bad states of mind in your life. It’s often simple changes which cause the most powerful effects. However these strategies must be recognised before they can be implemented.

Learn more about the design of the MED app.

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Posted on: 7th November 2017

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