Stress Tracking

  • Over one million American military veterans are living with mood anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and other disorders. While Veterans Affairs, or the VA, attempts to find successful therapies for veterans, many individuals are left feeling hopeless and defeated when none of the treatments they’re offered work. As clinicians explore new therapies for their… Read More»

  • Advancements in biosensor technology are revolutionizing the way people monitor their health. Today’s consumers are using apps with built-in wellness metrics on their phones and other handheld devices. According to a study conducted in June 2015 by the NYU Langone Medical Centre, more than 50% of all smart phone users in the United States have… Read More»

  • As an athlete, you may spend just as much time preparing for training as you do in the gym or on the track. Meal prepping and ensuring proper nutrition, recovery practices, and researching new tips and techniques are all part of the serious athlete’s routine. Heart rate variability monitoring is one of the most effective… Read More»

  • Technology is making it easier than ever for devices manufacturers to create solutions that enable consumers to better manage their health. Information that once took appointments with specialists in controlled environments can now be obtained nearly anywhere through wearable technology and other mobile devices equipped with ECG biosensors. Specifically, consumers are trending heavily toward devices… Read More»

  • As our lives become busier and busier, stress will continue to play an increased role in our day-to-day routines. Stress can have an impact both physically and mentally, and while a little stress can be healthy (after all, it is the body indicating that some sort of action has to be taken), prolonged levels of… Read More»


    Prolonged periods of stress are well known for having negative impacts on individuals, as well as those around them. One thing we know for certain is that stress doesn’t “just happen”; rather, it is a non-specific response to a demand for change from the body or mind. This is why the ability to track stress… Read More»

  • Stress is a factor in the lives of everyone, and in small doses it can actually be a good thing. The problem is that many people experience prolonged stress, which can lead to a variety of unhealthy outcomes. As a matter of fact, according to the American Institute of Stress, stress costs the American economy about $300… Read More»

  • Being aware of what triggers stress and how to combat those triggers is one of the most important things a person can do to live a healthier lifestyle. Stress is not something that anyone can live without, but it is something that can be managed through the interpretation of quantifiable data obtained from wearable and… Read More»

  • Wearable and mobile device technology is quickly emerging as the premier way for consumers to track their stress levels on a day to day basis. Thanks to devices enabled by ECG biosensors, users are able to obtain accurate data over time that is essential for identifying stressors to be able to combat them effectively. Of… Read More»