The Great Wearable Experiment Part 1

The largest study using a wearable bio-sensor to improve health under stress.

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Researchers from Stanford asked a group of LinkedIn employees to use Spire's wearable breathing and activity tracker.

Spire was used as a way to lower stress and increase productivity.

The intervention and control groups conducted identical psychometric assessments.

After one month, the group using Spire experienced:

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fewer anxious days

Finally, physiological evidence that a wearable can have a big impact on stress and well-being.

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37%

More time spent physiologically calm

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35%

More days marked as energetic

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25%

More time spent physiologically focused

Full results of this peer-reviewed study will be presented at the 36th annual Anxiety and Depression Association of America's conference this coming April.

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