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Optimal You

University of Arizona, Integrative Health

Explore your whole health. Engage with what is most important to you. Set a goal and take action to build up your wellbeing.

When it comes to health and wellbeing, one size does not fit all. Optimal You creates the flexibility and space to discover your health goals, action steps and motivators.

Key Features
• Discover your health motivators
• Explore the seven core areas of health
• Build a whole health snapshot
• Get helpful health tips and resources
• Create a personalized three-month health goal
• Reach your goal one action step at a time
• Track your progress with reminders
• Record your thoughts in a built-in journal

What is Integrative Whole Health?

Health is more than not getting sick. We all want a balanced and enjoyable life and the ability to do what we want when we want throughout our lives. Optimal You doesn’t just look at the physical body. Instead, we focus on the areas of health that we have some control over.

In this tool, you will explore each of the Seven Core Areas of Health. Score how satisfied you are in each area: Movement, Nutrition, Sleep, Spirituality, Resilience, Relationships and Environment. Explore what is most important to you and why you want to be healthier. Create a SMART goal and action steps to reach your goal in three months. Keep track of your progress, get reminders and use the optional Journal feature.

University of Arizona experts in the fields of motivational interviewing, integrative health coaching, public health, integrative medicine and instructional design built Optimal You to help us all understand ourselves, set manageable goals, and achieve them better.

Help Us Improve

We are starting with a movement-only beta version in English and Spanish for iOS and Android devices. Please consider joining our IRB approved evaluation of Optimal You to help us make improvements to the full Seven Core Areas version to be delivered in 2018.

Learn more about the research project and how to download the app: