“I’ve been participating in a new study that’s been going on for the past few months with little success and a lot of failures. I’ve tried to apply several habits and follow them, but they didn’t stick— until this new device I introduced into my life.”
It’s called HabitAwareness. It works by simply wearing something close to your skin that notifies you (with a small vibration) when you break a habit. This notification helps you stay accountable for taking action towards keeping up with your new habit and even gives useful tips on how to keep going.”
I’ve been using it for the past few weeks, and I can honestly say this is one of the best habits I’ve picked up in a while.
My new habit is writing and the first day I tried it, I wrote 15 pages. It’s that simple
HabitAwareness is a wearable device that helps you build new habits. The product delivers gentle awareness-based reminders when it detects a break in your current habit each time you slip up. HabitAwareness strives to help people be more aware of their everyday actions and behaviors, so they can make daily adjustments to live a healthier lifestyle. Over time, those small changes will add up and lead to a more productive lifestyle.
The mechanism behind is three sensors: a Bluetooth Sensor, an Accelerometer and a Fingerprint Sensor. Each sensor has the capability of detecting when someone is breaking their current habit by measuring their heart rate, movement and location. If one of those three sensors detects a change, the device will send out a reminder to help its wearer get back on track.
The device is designed for people who have trouble building new habits or getting rid of old ones. It provides reminders and keeps you accountable for your actions, so you can break bad habits and build good ones.
Since I started using it, I’ve been able to develop more habits and better routines into my everyday life. And the best part is, I don’t have to remember anything now!