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99 Problems, But Stress Ain't One!
Naturally powerful. Scientifically validated. Meet the New Bracelet by Apollo!
"Developed by physicians and neuroscientists, Apollo is a wearable wellness device that uses gentle vibrations to help your body recover from stress. Apollo’s scientifically proven technology improves heart rate variability (HRV), a key biometric of stress, so you can feel more calm, balanced, and perform at your best.
Chronic stress triggers the sympathetic “fight-or-flight” branch of our nervous system and impairs our ability to recover. Through your natural response to touch, Apollo activates your parasympathetic “rest and digest” response and restores balance.
Apollo does not track your biometrics – it actively improves them. Trials in both the lab and the real world repeatedly show that Apollo improves the body’s resilience to stress and HRV."
*This article in its entirety can be found at the Apollo website.
This exciting post is an excerpt straight from the, brand new, Apollo stress relieving bracelet official page!
I recently bought one of these bracelets, and couldn't wait to check it out!! I placed it on my wrist and felt the completely painless vibrations. In seconds, it was in tune with my circadian rhythm. I began to feel my heart beat relax, my muscles begin to lose a bit of their tension, and I felt as if I could let go and breathe easier. (I tried it right before bedtime. ) I was asleep in seconds. I couldn't wait to share how cool this device is, but I'm not a metaphysics expert. So, I thought what better way to give you a thorough explanation than to quote the metaphysics guru himself.
If you get stressed easily, or have trouble becoming awake and alert easily in the morning, or falling to sleep at night. Trust me, you have got to get one of these. Now, they are a little on the pricey end, but I honestly think the benefits to your entire health will be worth it. You can't put a price on that, right? Maybe this is the gift to give this year, the gift of enhanced wellness. Go to the Apollo website and see what the fuss is about. Let me know what you think in the comments.