In today’s fast-paced world, anything that alleviates stress and helps us to feel calmer is a welcome addition. Now it seems that even the watch we wear can have an effect on our sense of well-being and perhaps even contribute to improvements in our physical health. The technology employed by Philip Stein watches has risen in popularity and is being promoted even by Oprah Winfrey.
Essentially, the watch emits an electromagnetic pulse up to nine times per second, which copies the pulses the brain sends out itself when a person is in a calm state or in a euphoric state during intense exercise. The idea is that these pulses induce the same feelings of reduced stress, peacefulness, and even reduction in chronic physical discomforts in some cases, as the brain is able to produce on its own. Since the effect would be constant while the watch is being worn, the benefits would seem to be ongoing.
The convenience of achieving such effects by simply wearing a particular watch cannot be overlooked, either. With the pressures of daily life and busy schedules, many people who simply may not take the time to learn to meditate or practice mental relaxation techniques can still take positive steps by simply changing their timepiece.