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Tech X Women’s Wellness

Beth Lauren is the Founder and CEO of the Well-Tech World Summit, a conference for wellness tech, femtech and health tech professionals. She is the author of the memoir, Reeling: Misadventures in Moviemaking, Money and Love.

Executive Contributor Beth Lauren

Technology has emerged as a powerful tool for promoting wellness and empowering us all to take charge of our health. Women, in particular, have embraced technology-driven wellness initiatives, leveraging innovative platforms and devices to enhance our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Technology is giving us power and agency, hallelujah!

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The digital wellness landscape

From fitness trackers to meditation apps, to a host of platforms offering a variety of daily workout programs, the digital wellness landscape offers a plethora of resources designed to support holistic health. As we juggle multiple roles at home and in the workplace, women are increasingly turning to technology to streamline our wellness routines and prioritize self-care amidst busy schedules.


Fitness and exercise

Fitness apps and wearable devices have revolutionized the way we approach exercise and physical activity. These tools provide personalized workout plans, track progress, and offer real-time feedback, empowering us to set and achieve our fitness goals with greater efficiency and accountability. While many of us, myself included, often need a trainer or workout buddy for accountability, wearables and apps can provide a level of support that helps us to stay on track while still going at our own pace.



Choosing a nutrition plan is key to overall wellness, and tech has simplified the process of tracking our nutritional needs as well diet management. Mobile apps and online platforms offer meal planning guidance, calorie and macro tracking, and nutritional analysis, helping women make informed choices about our dietary habits. Tech gives us access to the professionals who understand how a woman’s stage of life can impact her health and her diet. A perimenopausal, or menopausal woman’s protein needs can differ greatly from her Gen Z counterparts, and luckily there are amazing platforms that can assist with the information every woman needs for optimal health.


Additionally, digital food journals and recipe databases inspire creativity in the kitchen, allowing women to explore new flavors and culinary traditions while adhering to our nutritional or weight loss goals.

Mental health and mindfulness

In an increasingly connected world, mental health and mindfulness have emerged as focal points of wellness efforts. Meditation offers guided mindfulness exercises and relaxation techniques to reduce stress and promote emotional well-being.

Women, who often face unique stressors and societal pressures, benefit from these digital resources, which provide a sanctuary for self-reflection and introspection amid life's demands.


Reproductive health and wellness

Technology has also catalyzed advancements in reproductive health and wellness, empowering women to make informed decisions about our bodies and reproductive choices. Mobile apps and digital platforms offer menstrual tracking, fertility monitoring, and contraceptive management tools, allowing women to gain insights into orr reproductive cycles and take control of our individual reproductive health journeys. Technology is helping us to maintain bodily autonomy.


Community and support networks

Beyond individual wellness pursuits, technology fosters virtual communities and support networks where women can connect, share experiences, and seek guidance on our wellness journeys. Social media platforms, online forums, and virtual support groups provide avenues for women to exchange insights, offer encouragement, and celebrate milestones, creating a sense of camaraderie and solidarity in our pursuit of wellness goals.


The future of women's wellness

As technology continues to evolve, the future of women's wellness holds immense promise, with innovations on the horizon that will further revolutionize how women engage with our health and well-being. Artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and wearable technology are poised to redefine the wellness landscape, offering personalized interventions and immersive experiences that cater to individual needs and preferences.


However, amidst the excitement of technological advancements, it's essential to acknowledge the importance of balance and moderation in the digital age. While technology serves as a valuable ally in the quest for wellness, it's equally important for women to cultivate offline connections, embrace nature, and prioritize moments of unplugged mindfulness to foster holistic well-being.

In conclusion, technology has emerged as a powerful catalyst for women's wellness, offering a diverse array of tools and resources to support physical, mental, and emotional health. By harnessing the transformative potential of technology and embracing a holistic approach to wellness, women can embark on a journey of self-discovery, empowerment, and fulfillment in pursuit of our best selves.

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Beth Lauren, Founder, Well-Tech World Summit

Beth Lauren’s interest in the intersection of wellness and technology was piqued when the COVID lockdown altered the course of the in-person Ayurvedic nutritional counseling and meal planning business she had just begun. Over 1900 people shared her interest when they virtually attended the first Well-Tech World Summit in 2023. This year, Well-Tech will be live in London in November with a membership platform and podcast also in the works. Beth’s mission is to ensure that wellness practitioners and brands have the tools they need to successfully grow their businesses while taking care of their own mental and physical health.



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