Cost: $229 - $249
In a society where stress is the norm, HeartMath has made a business of analyzing the physiological effects of overwhelming emotions. Early this month, the company debuted is emWave2 "inner fitness" device, designed to track and display your heart rhythm patterns and show users how their body reacts to stress. "When we're really stressed, it looks like an earthquake, and we want to see more of the harmonic waves associated with joy and ease," says Deborah Rozman, president of HeartMath LLC. Rozman says by showing users what's going on inside their body; it can help them control how they react to daily stress triggers. The emWave2 comes in both desktop and handheld format.
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