Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Apollo Neuro Debuts First Responsive AI-Driven Wearable Technology for Sleep and Stress that Improves Your Physical and Mental Health

Apollo Neuroscience announces the launch of Apollo Labs – the first AI-driven wearable technology to respond to changes in your body, rather than just tracking them. Born from neuroscience research at the University of Pittsburgh, Apollo Neuro, a mental health science and technology startup, spun out of the university, launched its breakthrough wearable technology to the market in January 2020.

The Apollo wearable delivers low frequency sound waves, felt as barely perceptible, soothing vibrations, called Apollo Vibes, that restore balance to the nervous system, improving cardiovascular metrics, sleep, and reducing feelings of stress and anxiety. Apollo Neuro has been named as the University of Pittsburgh’s startup of the year and has nearly a decade of clinical and real-world research behind it, with more on the way.

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Up until now, Apollo users would choose from seven different Apollo Vibes from a companion app, available on both the App Store and Google Play, to help them achieve a specific state and better control over how they feel, like falling asleep at night, honing their focus, or calming their nerves for relaxation. Now, with over 100,000 Apollo users in the market, Apollo Neuro is launching Apollo Labs as an annual membership available to Apollo customers to deliver AI solutions that respond to the user’s needs, automatically. Their first focus? Sleep.

“We’ve all been there. You had a long day, your mind is racing and you can’t fall asleep or you hit the pillow and zonk right out, only to wake up in the middle of the night tossing and turning trying to go back to sleep,” says Kathryn Fantauzzi, CEO & Co-Founder of Apollo Neuro. “At Apollo Neuro, we are developing wearable technology that delivers solutions to health problems like lack of sleep and increasing stress, not just analytics about them. Rather than tell you that you didn’t sleep well, we want to respond to your needs to give you the sleep and energy you need to tackle your day.”

SOURCE: PR Newswire

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