Are your emotions getting you down? Then Zenta is the new tracker for you!

Are your emotions getting you down? Then Zenta is the new tracker for you!

Being healthy is more about physical, it is also about mental.  Let us introduce Zenta, a unisex biometric bracelet designed to track and interpret your emotions and understand your own behavioral patterns. Zenta was designed to help wearers re-establish a connection to oneself. With so many distractions in today’s world, finding a balance between mental and physical health is essential for emotional well-being.

The London-based company launching this innovative tracker, Vinaya, built a platform that aims to use data from the biometric sensors in the bracelet and data from other third party apps (like social media, calendar, location) to determine cause and effect.

Taking this data along with subjective input, a personalized emotional profile is created for each user. The more days you spend wearing the bracelet, the more you’ll have an accurate profile to help identify triggers and patterns in behavior. Your profile gives you the ability to design your life in a way that increases happiness and decreases stress. 

This bracelet wasn’t designed to be your run of the mill fitness tracker. Instead, it was designed to look at your emotions and how having this information at your fingertips can improve your overall health. 

What does this bracelet do? Using an advanced, sensing technology it tracks: 
●    Heart rate & heart rate variability
●    Skin temperature
●    Blood oxygen levels
●    Perspiration
●    Temperature
●    Steps
●    Sleep
●    Activity

The bracelet has a touch-sensitive zirconia ceramic stone, which is 33.8 x 16mm in size. It is available in 8 different colors and styles.

Apparently the final version of the bracelet will be waterproof and have a battery life up to 5 days. Pretty similar to current fitness trackers on the market!

There is an app that goes with the Zenta, which is both iOS and Android compatible. This app gives users actionable insights into what activities may trigger positive or negative emotions, stress, depression, calm, stillness, and wellbeing. Extra features may include fertility testing and the ability to share your emotions with friends and family instantly. I suppose I could see the value in giving your significant a warning on how you’re feeling!

Currently available on Indiegogo for pre-order, 5,000 users are now testing the product and accuracy of the sensors. Zenta is expected to be available for the masses by April of 2017.

This level of self-awareness outside of the fitness aspect is incredibly appealing to us. Everyone’s life goal should be to be as happy as possible. I’ll gladly take any assistance in getting to the highest level of happiness!

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