Our Pick: 5 Wearables That Track Stress Levels To Try This Year
From sleep quality tracks to meditation apps and smart gadgets — the health tech industry seems to have a solution for all of our problems. Now, it’s time to manage stress with these wearables.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit us last year, stress levels and mental health issues have gone through the roof. Even before the pandemic, the majority of the American population said to be experiencing some level of anxiety and stress.
With stress levels rising, the health tech industry is innovating in the way that we are now able to track stress levels. For instance, the newest Apple Watch Series 6 uses a built-in blood oxygen monitor to sense quick and shallow breathing, which can then be used to detect anxiety or panic attacks. That said, we’ve rounded up the top ten wearables that track stress levels.
Fitbit Sense is an innovative health smartwatch that helps you tune in to your body with tools for stress management, heart health, SpO2, skin temperature & more.
Oura combines advanced sensor technology and a minimal design with an easy-to-use mobile app to track three scores: sleep, readiness, and activity.
When you’re sleeping, the Oura ring captures data as nighttime is the best opportunity to get an accurate read on the overall health.
Apollo’s scientifically validated technology uses gentle vibrations to improve your resilience to stress, so you can get to sleep, focus, recover, and more. It also improves HRV and restores balance to the nervous system.
Apple Watch Series 6
The latest Apple Watch Series 6 uses a built-in blood oxygen monitor to sense quick and shallow breathing, which can then be used to detect anxiety or panic attacks.
Garmin Fenix 5
This super GPS smartwatch measures workout stats, store 1,000 songs right on the watch, features a contactless payment solution and it pairs with compatible devices.