Useful Apps and Coping Tools for Osteoporosis

Useful Apps and Coping Tools for Osteoporosis

Try These Apps for Osteoporosis Sufferers

Osteoporosis is a difficult condition, because it not only causes a physical strain on the patient, but an emotional one as well. Many patients with osteoporosis feel as if their quality of life has been reduced and they will no longer live a happy life due to the side-effects that occur with this condition. However, life can be lived to the fullest despite osteoporosis, and there’s several products on the market that can help you enhance your quality of life and make things easier to manage. By learning more about these useful apps and coping tools for people with osteoporosis, you can determine if they are right for you.


With the world of technology growing as we speak, applications are one of the most useful products for people with osteoporosis. There’s a variety of apps that can help directly with the condition, or simply make life easier for you by helping you to better manage your life.

Where’s the milk: This is a great application that can help you remember different tasks you need to complete during the day.

Day one: This is an application that works like a virtual diary. When times get tough, writing can be a great release. It can also work to help you track your symptoms to better help you manage your condition.

Mint: Almost everyone has trouble tracking their finances without the right tools, but when you’re worrying about the issues that come along with osteoporosis, it can lead to even more difficulty. This app makes it simple to track all of your spending, bills, and finances within one convenient location.


Olympus: Do you have difficulty typing out your notes? If so, this is the perfect app for you. You can dictate any note you need throughout the day, and best of all, you can sync it across all of your devices.

WebMD: Are you experiencing a new symptom and are unsure what to think? While it cannot be substituted for a doctor’s advice, simply input your symptoms and the app will present you with a variety of possible conditions.

These are just a few of the hundreds of available applications you can use to make your life much easier.

Support Groups

One of the most effective tools you’re going to have when you have osteoporosis is your support groups. Members of the support groups are going through the same thing you are, facing the same challenges, and looking to meet others to offer them with support. By joining a support group, you’ll feel more connected with others and won’t feel like you’re so alone.

You may be able to find support groups in your local area. If not, there’s plenty of virtual support groups available on the Internet that can be just as effective.

Online Search Engines

The more you understand your condition, the better you’ll be able to cope, and search engines that are available online will make it easy for you to find the information you need. You can use the search engines to learn more about osteoporosis, or find some effective techniques to help you cope.


Esquire (50 Apps to Improve your Life in 2014)

Amy ManleyAmy Manley

Amy Manley is a certified medical writer through the American Medical Writers Association. She has a Bachelor's degree in English and writes to help educate people on various health conditions and how to cope with them.

Jan 21, 2015
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