Beat anxiety, control stress via VR tech

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By Jamil Khan | DUBAI

THE virtual reality (VR) is at the forefront not only with gaming but many other fields are benefiting from this new trend, especially the health and fitness segment, with a number of related products enticing people to go out and engage in exercises at the same time keep an conscious eye on their overall well-being.
This was stated by Rohit Bachani in an exclusive interview with The Gulf Today. He is co-founder and director at Merlin Digital – a Dubai-based leading SME 100 company founded with his brother Sharad Bachani in 1998.
“To get maximum benefits by the innovative and rapidly expanding technology, virtual reality, the firm has developed an anti-anxiety device, IntelliSense Coherence Kit, launched in January this year,” he said. “The device is equipped with software that synchronises the heartbeat through the most authentic heart rate variability (HRV).
“In the last nine months the response from the consumers was enormous as the product has been tested by health and fitness professionals like cardiologists, neurologists recommending to health conscious individuals to get better results and beat anxiety and stress. According to the medical specialist the HRV is the best way to monitor one’s anxiety level,” Rohit said.
He pointed that people all over the world presently have anxiety and there are many ways to beat this and control stress, but the most important question is how and when, especially with busy people who are unable…
-Published in The Gulf Today

~ by jamilkhan on October 12, 2016.

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