We live in a world made of increasingly stressed people, timeless, always running and therefore without energy.
“Stress” is a very popular term, which comes out of everyone’s mouth every day, both at work and at home, where nevertheless the chores never fail.
Technology has always been the mission to improve and simplify people’s lives.
Spire is thesmart object of the IoT world of wellness that succeeds well, because it combines its ease of use with the interesting results it offers. The originators call it the only activity tracker in the world that can detect breaths and decrease stress, which really works.
Spire notices even before the person using it when there are moments of strong tension and immediately sends a notification to the smartphone of the stressed person, to invite him to carry out guided breathing and meditation exercises. So calmness returns and you avoid worse moments, of intense stress, which are always adding up over the various days. It’s easy to infer that Spire can be a great ally for everyone and particularly people suffering from anxiety disorders; it pretty much connects the body to the mind and you become fully aware of their limits, before turning them into stress.
Spire can always be carried with you thanks to the clip it is equipped with, so you can attach it, for example, to your pants or T-shirt.
The device is always connected to your smartphone, from which you can view a detailed report of your breaths using intuitive graphs. Not only that, Spire also tracks moments of inactivity and physical activity, tension, relaxation and mental attention. All this through the dedicated app, available both on the App Store and on the Google Play Store; so Spire is compatible with both Apple devices running iOS and other brands, based on Android. It charges via wireless, resting it on the supplied pad, a circular charging surface with a pattern reminiscent of wood. The package includes the pad and Spire Stone, the fixture to always carry with you, which by the way is also beautiful to show– it has in fact won the National Design Award by Cooper Hewitt