Everybody with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is different. Oshi helps you navigate life with IBD (including Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis).
Your lifestyle — including stress, diet, sleep, and exercise — may affect IBD symptoms and well-being. Keeping track of these factors — and finding reliable information about IBD — is NOT easy.
That’s where Oshi comes in: it’s the first all-in-one app allowing you to TRACK, LEARN, and ASK.
TRACK: Oshi helps you uncover hidden patterns to allow you to figure out what triggers your flare. Add your symptoms and behaviors to Oshi, plus automatically import data from your favorite fitness device. Oshi provides well-being and symptom scores for a comprehensive view of your wellness. This information integrates with HealthKit. Working with your doctor, Oshi can help you gain new insights for treating and managing your IBD.
LEARN: Oshi includes a magazine’s worth of curated content personalized to your interests. You’ll discover information on emerging treatments and new discoveries, plus diet & nutrition advice with IBD-friendly recipes. You’ll also find inspiration from a team of patient-advocates sharing insights from every stage of their personal journeys.
ASK: Have a question about anything from symptoms to supplements? Our gastroenterologists and health professionals provide answers and address your IBD concerns. Oshi experts also share tips, from choosing the right doctor to improving your chances of remission.
Oshi gives you the tools to make smarter decisions for living your best life with IBD.
Key features of the Oshi app:
+ FRESH CONTENT: Daily doses of inspiration
+ TRACKING: Short-term and long-term trends
+ INTEGRATION: Fitness device compatibility
+ SURVEYS: Bi-weekly progress checkpoints
+ EXPERT Q&A: Professional feedback
+ REMINDERS: Helpful notifications
Oshi is a tracking tool and content resource. It does not render medical advice or services, and it is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. You should always review this information with your healthcare professionals.
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