The BreathResearch headset analyzes breath acoustics, to help reduce stress, optimize athletic performance, lose weight and improve sleep.

The field of quantified health has been booming, with recent developments producing devices that can measure everything from your brainwaves to improve concentration, to your nervous system to analyze your mood. With 8.3 million wearable devices sold in 2012 and 64 million expected to ship by 2017, this new technology tidal wave promises to change the way we live, keeping tabs on our activity levels, calories burned, heart rates and more. But despite the range of tracking available in the marketplace already, there is one company that believes health-conscious consumers should be paying attention to another biometric pattern: breathing.

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