HabitAware with Howie Mandel: One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis

HabitAware with Howie Mandel: One Hundred Percent with Marcus Lemonis

September 02, 2021

Aneela Idnani had been suffering in shame for over 20 years from a mental disorder that affects over 20 million people. She was ripping out her hair and she wasn’t able to turn it off. Aneela and her husband banded together to make a device that could help combat compulsive repetitive behavior and a business was formed. Marcus sits down with Aneela to understand her story, her business and goals. He also invites the perfect guest to join the conversation. Although Howie Mandel has been open about his mental health struggles for years, there was a time when he too was desperate to hide his condition
Reentering the World With Anxiety Eyebrows by Jessica Defino

Reentering the World With Anxiety Eyebrows by Jessica Defino

July 21, 2021

"“The first step, as a certified trichologist, is to address this as a mental-health and behavioral condition, not a hair condition,” Bridgette Hill says. To reduce the frequency and severity of hair-pulling episodes, she recommends seeking out a mental-health professional, joining a support group, or trying the HabitAware Keen, a smart bracelet that essentially trains you out of your triggers."
HabitAware Announces Keen2 Smart Bracelet

HabitAware Announces Keen2 Smart Bracelet

November 20, 2020


Keen2 enables mental health community to replace unwanted behaviors with healthier alternatives

Keen2 enables mental health community to replace unwanted behaviors with healthier alternatives

November 20, 2020

HabitAware’s smart bracelet Keen2 can curb your compulsive habits

HabitAware’s smart bracelet Keen2 can curb your compulsive habits

November 20, 2020

HabitAware announces Keen2, its new smart bracelet

HabitAware announces Keen2, its new smart bracelet

November 20, 2020


Ellen Crupi: “Gently set yourself apart from the pack”

Ellen Crupi: “Gently set yourself apart from the pack”

September 21, 2020

While many people say beauty comes from within, and it does, our outer appearance does matter. It’s our hair, skin, and nails that make us feel beautiful. I know this to be true as sometimes I might feel beautiful, but then I catch myself in the mirror and think, who is that! Think back.
HabitAware Helps Singles and Couples Address Nervous Habits and Repetitive Behaviors to Improve Their Relationships

HabitAware Helps Singles and Couples Address Nervous Habits and Repetitive Behaviors to Improve Their Relationships

September 09, 2020

"Mental health conditions can often manifest themselves in hair pulling, skin picking, nail biting, and face touching. Those repetitive physical behaviors may also result in deep feelings of shame that can impact self-confidence and, of course, relationships. HabitAware integrates wearable technology with an app on a user’s smartphone to interrupt those harmful, unconscious patterns. The tool allows individuals to become more mindful and retrain their brains to overcome disorders by alerting them when they make a specific motion."
The Kevin David Experience: How to STOP Bad Habits for Good with 3 Simple Steps

The Kevin David Experience: How to STOP Bad Habits for Good with 3 Simple Steps

August 18, 2020

Have you wished to own something that would stop you from doing bad habits? HabitAware is contributing its great part towards this direction by selling smart bracelets that send a vibration to make you aware of certain behaviors like pulling your hair, eyebrows, biting nails, which most people do and do not even realize it.

FemTech Focus: The HabitAware story, from Hiding to Healing

FemTech Focus: The HabitAware story, from Hiding to Healing

August 18, 2020

Aneela was featured on FemTech Focus podcast! She spoke with Dr. Barreto about women’s health and wellness, how HabitAware is breaking down stigma, and serving the community. Check out the episode!

Cope With COVID-19 Pandemic Stress With These Mental Health Tips

March 30, 2020

Dealing with the stress of everyday life can be rough, and that’s outside of the added pressure of a global pandemic. As COVID-19 continues to disrupt our sense of daily normalcy, countless Minnesotans are facing uncertainty, isolation, and fear.

What’s putting the “Mo” back into “Mo-town”? Business still goes on.

March 30, 2020

Have you heard of trichotillomania? How about dermatillomania? Both are known as “body-part repetitive behaviors”—in this case, hair pulling and skin pulling. To help break habits like these, Minneapolis-based HabitAwaredeveloped a smart bracelet called Keen that detects repeated motions and issues a vibration to alert users to their actions.

Now, in the age of coronavirus, the Keen bracelet has found a new way to help.



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