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Kinetic Shift: "CES 2012 Preview: emWave2 to Help Reduce Stress"
Wednesday, 04 January 2012 00:00
Health and technology blog Kinetic Shift gives a preview of CES 2012 and features HeartMath's technology. The blog, talking about the stress of the holidays and CES, said they "might want to consider HeartMath’s emWave2, a self-tracking mobile device that offers the promise to help change the way we respond to stress."
Ubergizmo: "emWave2 helps you de-stress"
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 13:01
Gadget and technology blog Ubergismo gets ready for CES 2012 with their eyes on HeartMath's emWave2. The blog says, "Instead of going out to get a Balinese massage at the local parlor the next time you feel all strung up due to office work, how about getting technology to assist you ... HeartMath’s emWave2 (there’s an older model as well) might just be able to do the trick..."
MSN Tech & Gadgets: "Great gadgets to brighten your day"
Wednesday, 21 December 2011 00:00
MSN takes light of the uplifting qualities of emWave2 technology. They said, "If all the Christmas preparations have had you a bit stressed out, the emWave2 is a portable device that aims to calm stress levels and 'rebalance your mind, body and emotions'. The emWave 2 can be used on the go or at a computer, and reads your pulse to judge your stress levels. It then uses a rising and falling LED light that you match your breathing pattern to, helping you to keep calm when you most need to."
Connected Health: "emWave2 gadget helps you handle stress & feel better"
Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 January 2012 13:13 Friday, 16 December 2011 00:00
The Connected Health blog says, "On our quest to find the best health and fitness gadgets we’ve come across all kinds of devices that measure tangible things, how far have you run? What have you eaten today? Is your blood pressure high? But very few have taken these physical indicators and turned them into a way to look out for our own emotional well-being. ...this week we discovered the emWave 2, a gadget that measures your heart rate in an attempt to calm you down, help you deal with stress and make you feel happier and healthier in the long run."
Forbes (Techonomy): "The Hottest Holiday Gadgets for the "Self-Tracker" on Your Shopping List"
Thursday, 15 December 2011 00:00
Forbes says, the emWave is, "Peace on Earth, and at work. ... it uses a pulse sensor to graphically represent your heart rate rhythm on your computer desktop and help you achieve 'coherence.' Company literature says that’s a scientifically measurable state characterized by increased order and psychological and physiological harmony. Used a few minutes a day, the tool is purported to “transform feelings of anger, anxiety, or frustration into more peace, ease, and clarity.”
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