Hedia, a personal and intelligent diabetes assistant, which helps you towards a more stabile blood sugar level and a life of less worries
- and it's all for free! Get Hedia here!
Hedia tracks and measures;
Your intake of carbohydrates (following the 500-Rule)
Your activity level (pedometer) through the Apple Health application
Your active insulin level, which is shown on your personal dashboard
Your blood sugar level (following the 100-rule and 1800-rule)
Your average blood sugar level
You can use both mmol/l and mg/l as measurement for your blood glucose.
Hedia utilizes HealthKit to track your activity.
Using the gathered personal data, Hedia provides you with a message when it is time to regulate your blood sugar and furthermore recommends the exact dosage of insuline you need.
Furthermore - Hedia can give you a carbohydrate recommendation. In case of low blood glucose or if you have too much insulin in the body, Hedia will recommend you carbohydrates matching insulin on board.
Hedia collects all of its data in a log and on your screen you can keep an eye on your figures on a daily, weekly or monthly basis and all throughout shows your average blood sugar- and active insulin levels.
Hedia gives you
-Notifications when it is time to regulate your blood sugar - on both your phone and Apple watch.
-A personal data dashboard which shows your blood sugar levels on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
-A tool developed by and for diabetics and their relatives.
All of this provides you to having better regulation of your blood sugar levels and most importantly the possibility to do more of the things you love.
Before using Hedia, we recommend that you speak with your doctor or diabetes nurse.
It is now possible to use mg/l as a unit of measurement. A few smaller bugs have also been removed.
Ratings and Reviews
Pump users only?
It appears a good and useful app on the surface but it is unhelpful when you are informed to inject fractions of units when injection users cannot do so. You can round up or down but that makes the app a bit irrelevant as you are basically ending up guessing the dose. Pump users can apparently inject tenths of a unit injectors cannot. Also injectors in uk generally have a basal injection in my case once 24 hours and bolus before a meal depending on what carbs you’re going to eat so the calculation for insulin sensitivity etc is hard to understand. They ask for the total daily insulin which isn’t clear to user and can vary day to day. As a intelligent self learning app does it matter or is it ok to estimate as it will lesrn itself and correct? I just feel it’s not directed at injection users and unfortunately most in my country don’t use or qualify for one.
Can’t even get passed login page without app crashing
- Hedia IVS
- 27.8 MB
- Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.
- English, Danish, German
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © Hedia 2016
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.