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January 21, 2022
Science and Medical

CES 2019: Heat, Pulse, or Vibrate? Wearables Take Different Approaches to Stress Relief

These gadgets, made to be worn on the wrist or held in the hand, promise to calm you down

Gadgets that promise stress relief aren’t new to CES, the giant consumer electronics show held in Las Vegas this week. Biofeedback wearables that prompt you to work on your stress response and measure your success by tracking your heart rate or brain waves have been around for years. That approach takes effort and practice, however.

This year at CES, I saw three wearables that aim to relieve your stress with no effort on your part, other than the effort it takes to switch them on. And they’re easier to carry into a meeting or presentation than a massage chair.

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