What a time to be alive! We have computers that can fit into our pockets, intelligent devices that provide turn by turn directions, and even wearable technology that tracks every movement we make. With all this at our fingertips, it seems we’ve forgotten about the one thing that really matters: our wellbeing. But all that changes with the WellBe Stress Therapy Bracelet.
This sophisticated wearable is designed to help us track and maintain our emotional wellbeing throughout the day. The WellBe aims to keep us mentally sound so we can get the most out of life.
By monitoring your heart rate against a patent pending algorithm, the WellBe is able to track your stress and calmness levels and determine any correlation. The algorithm takes into account metrics such as the time, location, and even the people you interact with during the day.
The WellBe app takes all of this data and produces clean and easy to read charts to document your stress. Choose to view your daily, weekly, or monthly results and you’ll begin to understand which parts of your life cause the most stress.
With this information, you can start making changes in your life so you can become less stressed and have better health. In addition to identifying your stress triggers, the WellBe app offers mindful exercises to reduce your stress such as meditations, focused breathing, guided imagination, and much more.
The WellBe bracelet is made to fit into your life without being a stress trigger. For this reason, it has no screen. Additionally, the device and the strap are both made from natural cork to remain durable yet beautiful for everyday use. Available in black, dark brown, or natural cork colours, the WellBe uses this sustainable material to also help the environment. With a long lasting battery of up to a week, the WellBe can be worn all day every day.
After raising over 150% of their crowdfunding goal on Indiegogo, the WellBe bracelet is now a reality. You can purchase the wearable for only $149 from the official website. Isn’t it time you learned to de-stress?