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self-tracking

Syllabification: self-track·ing

Definition of self-tracking in English:

noun

The practice of systematically recording information about one’s diet, health, or activities, typically by means of a smartphone, so as to discover behavioral patterns that may then be adjusted to help improve one’s physical or mental well-being: self-tracking may provide a glimpse of the future of healthcare
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  • "I live a much more self-aware life thanks to self-tracking."
  • A basic hurdle with self-tracking is simply getting in the habit of collecting the numbers.
  • "Over the next five to 10 years, self-tracking will be critical to wellness," Chang says.

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