This clip-on device helps you channel your inner Buddha
Spire is a clip-on device that helps people relieve stress and improve productivity by monitoring their breathing. The wearable device gives people a record of their respiratory patterns, as well as alerts and real-time guidance on how to control their emotions and stress through breathing exercises. The small sensor clips onto clothing and sends data to your phone using algorithms that process breathing, notifying you when these patterns are consistent with stress, a developing asthma attack, sleep apnea, and more. By ‘gamifying’ the experience, Spire gives users incentives to work on their breathing techniques, the only stress indicator they can control. The device has numerous applications, such as programs for pregnant women, athletes, and soldiers returning from war as well as companies and organizations.
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