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Sensate 2 Review: For Stress And Anxiety Management

Sensate is one of the best meditation devices to help you manage body response to stress and improve overall well being. If you want to reduce anxiety, improve physical well-being, and promote calm it is the best and smallest meditation device for you.

It is surprisingly Very basic to use a sensate meditation device. Just put on your headphones, turn on sensate then choose your session.

Despite an active interest in audio therapy and alternative relaxation, I am always cautious when a new product hits the market. I was just as careful when the Sensate 2 arrived for review. A smart wearable that claims to have relaxation benefits and alleviate anxiety through proxy.

The Sensate is a diamond ish shaped device that is easy to use anywhere. This little futuristic designed meditation device fits in your hand and able to calm you down istantly.

 

Sensate help you to be sensate. Sensate fight against your freeze response, lack of thought. 

The Sensate kit includes a palm-sized, pebble-like device which is tied around your neck and held over your sternum. Holding down the gadget turns it on and allows it to attach to the free Sensate app on your phone via Bluetooth. This enables you to settle on a variety of various tracks, like binaural beats, also as different lengths of meditation (10-30 minutes).

 

All you’ve got to try to do is lie back, place the headphones and eye-mask on, and luxuriate in taking outings for yourself because the BioSelf Technology works its magic using pioneering resonance-based vagus stimulation.

 

There is no limit to the number of times you can use the device per day. Many customers stated that they would benefit immediately after using it for the first time. However, it is recommended to set a duration of 10 to 30 minutes per session. Like everything else, this is a very personal experience, depending on personal preference.

 

Sensate is a very simple device to use anywhere for calming down or checking stress level.

The Sensate 2 is a smart wearable that supposedly helps you relax. It does this through a combination of vibration, sound, and visual deprivation. This helps you focus on just being rather than doing what ultimately enables you to clear your mind and achieve relaxation quickly. It seems to cost a little more than you’d expect for a relaxation device, but after testing it we can tell you it worked for this reviewer … however that doesn’t necessarily mean it will work for everyone.

Sensate is actually Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) device. This Device mainly designed for increasing stress levels.  The intensity of the vibration can be changed, but it is a bit like a cat purring on your chest. Although it is fun and easy to use, it is not a toy. It has been clinically tested to help patients. Post-traumatic stress, stress and anxiety or other conditions will reduce your symptoms and help self-control.

Anyway it’s additionally something that is valuable for anybody, regardless of whether you’re essentially hoping to invest some energy for yourself during the day, to reset and re-energize, or attempting to support sound new propensities and aims after some time.

Chronic stress is one of the biggest diseases in the world today. It can make the body lose its homeostasis. If it is not treated in time, it can lead to serious diseases such as obesity, cancer, heart disease, inflammation and insomnia. Find healthy ways to open the safety valve and relax regularly. Laughing or running with friends can be easy.

The Autonomic Nervous System is responsible for regulating the vital physiological processes, such as heart rate, blood pressure, sweating and peristalsis, that sustain us constantly in the background. Improving vagal tone has a direct impact on increasing mental and physical resilience, by modifying Heart Rate Variability (HRV), which is now recognised as an acute metric for measuring resilience. 

Before my review, I have to say The company has done 2 studies and both of them approx. %85 successed. Especially they focused on  Heart Rate Variability (HRV). 

 

If you’re the type of person like this writer who is struggling to relax without help, then Sensate 2 might be the answer you are looking for.

 

It’s a smart wearable that, when placed on your sternum (your sternum), vibrates to the beat of the music provided by a special Sensate app. This, according to its creators, will tighten your vagus nerve and help you relax, quote “just ten minutes”.

 

We’ll cover the “science” behind this in more detail later, but while it sounds like a different fashion product. My review is, yes Sensate 2 does work. But i have to say, getting used to it will take some time even if you are fully in meditation. I’d say give it time and keep using it. For sure after a while you will feel the difference. The room should be a comfortable temperature, with no distractions, such as electronics, pets, or stimulating sounds or music.

When you order a Sensate 2, you will receive the following items:

 

  • Sensate 2 device
  • Detachable lanyard
  • Eye mask
  • Case
  • Charging cord
  • User Guide

There is also a dedicated Sensate app that works through your smartphone or tablet. The wearable does not work without the app. So you need to make sure you have it installed. And you can simply download the smartphone app by going to the app store.

Key Features

  •      Vibrant, intelligent wearable
  •      Integrated app for smartphones and tablets
  •      Accessory kit

Specifications

  •      Brand: BioSelf Technology
  •      Dimensions: 3.5 x 2.5 x 1 in
  •      Weight: 79 grams
  •      Connectivity: Micro-USB (charging only), Bluetooth
  •      Battery life: 2-3 hours (depending on the vibration intensity); 2 hours to fully charge

Advantages

  •      Well produced soundtracks
  •      Intuitive app
  •      Helps you focus on relaxation
  •      Excellent three-in-one sensor package
  •      Smart vibration is excellent
  •      The battery lasts for a week

Disadvantage

  •      High initial financial outlay, especially for beginners
  •      There could be more soundtracks
  •      It is not guaranteed to work for everyone
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