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Innovative Pen Detects and Helps Decrease Stress

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Stress is an insidious problem that most people battle on a daily basis. A struggling economy has caused stress levels to rise for many individuals. And the holidays often bring additional stress.

While mild levels of stress aren’t uncommon, high levels of chronic stress can lead to serious health problems down the road. So it is important for people to not only be aware of stress, but to find ways to manage and reduce it.

Recently, an anti-stress pen was developed that can actually measure a person’s stress level and help decrease his or her stress. Studies have shown that those who use this pen decrease their stress by 5% on average.

The designer, Miguel Bruns Alonso, did some experiments that showed that people often play with their pens when they are stressed. The pen he created has sensors in it that detect their nervous movements. It lets users know they are stressed, and gives them biofeedback that helps them lower their stress.

To read more about this anti-stress device, go to: http://psychcentral.com/news/2010/12/24/smart-pen-detects-helps-to-reduce-stress/22137.html

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