Tools, like Fitbit, have reshaped the home health market, potentially leading the way for other developments. Well, now there’s a device that purports to elevate your mood. No more caffeinated beverages to motivate your spirits from sluggish to motivated. Called, Think, the triangular shaped device is designed to fit on the head and send electrical impulses to the nerves located in the neck and head region. An app allows users to set the stimulus rating to a relax, or to an energy boosting mode. Currently, Think is neither considered, or marketed as a wellness device, therefore it escapes FDA regulations for wellness products. Rather, Think is therefore considered an option for healthy people that want to relax and, or, boost their mood and energy. Think CEO, Goldwasser, responds to concerns that using technology inhibits users from learning to self-monitor, and thereby create their emotional states for themselves, by suggesting that Think is in fact a self-monitoring tool that can help individuals know how they feel as they shift moods and thereby learn to do it themselves over time. To that end, Think users are advised to keep use to about an hour a day, divided into small doses of about twenty minutes. Aimed at an affluent, in-the-know audience, Think sells for about three hundred dollars.
Key Points of Video:
- 1WEARABLE TECHNOLGY THROUGH YOUR SMART PHONE TO RELAX YOUR MOOD
- 2ELECTRIC STIMULATION THROUGH YOUR SMART PHONE THAT CAN BOOST YOUR ENERGY
- 3GOOD, GOOD, GOOD VIBRATIONS.. I’M THINKING GOOD VIBRATIONS TO GIVE YOU THAT CALM YOU ARE LOOKING FOR.â˜º