The older I get the more stress I seem to have in my life. Between work, education, family, and hobbies there is always something else I should be doing, but simply don’t have the time for. The world we live in is increasingly filled with more demands than we could ever possibly meet.
We have amazing new technologies that help make our lives better, but there is little that can be done for how overwhelmed our society has become. With all of the added stress that our lives bring, maybe the only way to really reduce our stress is to realize where it is occurring and then look to reduce it.
Neumitra is a company that is working to do just that. They have developed a new wearable device that can monitor your stress levels in order to help you lower that stress and improve your life.
The Bandu looks similar to a wristwatch and tracks your stress levels tying them to specific locations so that you can physically see where your highest stress levels are. Once you realize where those locations are you can take steps to lower your stress there. In tandem with tracking your stress the Bandu can also alert you to when your stress level is rising and provide suggestions for ways to lower that stress.
This seems to be the next step in these types of devices. We have been able to monitor various health indicators for quite awhile, but now these devices are also providing solutions to those problems.
For more information about the Bandu, including screenshots and a demo video, you can visit their indiegogo site.
You can also read an interview with the company’s founder, Robert Goldberg, at MedGadget.com.