Here are some easy-to-use health assessment tools for you to track and measure your current Body Mass Index (BMI), Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), ovulation cycle, blood alcohol level, target heart rate, smoking cost and ideal weight gain during pregnancy. The Body Mass Index (BMI) calculator is used to identify if you fall within a healthy weight range by comparing your current height and weight, while the Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) calculator is used to determine the ideal amount of calories you need to consume daily in order for your body to perform basic functions, as well as go about performing daily activities such as chores, workouts and office tasks. This is calculated through the input of information regarding your gender, your current body height and weight, current age, and level of activity. Additionally, a Pregnancy Weight Gain Calculator is also provided, which helps you determine how much weight you should gain during your pregnancy for the proper development and growth of your baby. It is measured by comparing your weight just before pregnancy against your current height and your current pregnancy week.
The ovulation cycle tool, on the other hand, aids in identifying several key markers which include the date of your next period, approximate date of your next ovulation day, the date on which your next menstrual cycle will start, as well as the date on which you can take a pregnancy test. Alternatively, the smoking cost calculator will enable current smokers to track how much they’ve spent on cigarettes, in the hope that they will make an effort to quit by taking into consideration how detrimental it is to both their health and their wallet. The blood alcohol level calculator and target heart rate calculator can be used to determine the current level of alcohol in your blood system and the amount of your heart beats per minute based on the intensity of a workout respectively. A visual guide to baby poop is also provided, which allows parents to identify their child’s health levels by using the texture, colour and smell of their baby’s faeces as a reference.
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