What if an app could replace a pill? That’s the big question behind an emerging trend known as “digiceuticals.” Digiceuticals are essentially specially designed computerized programming filling in as medications. The idea: software that can improve a person’s health as much as a drug can, but without the same cost and side-effects. These are introduced for the most part as easy to use cell phone applications for different illness conditions – both as solitary treatment or to increase other treatment forms for better results.

Digiceuticals gathers data (by using sensors or by asking patients for information) and provides real-time guidance. Clinical testing through randomized clinical trials and real-world studies are done regorousy on the product to ensure its efficiency and remove any side effects.