"This is the perfect time to get hold of my skin picking." ~ Natasha on using Keen during social distancing.

HabitAware Keen on Destigmatizing Mental Illness

October 25, 2017

 
10/25/2017, Minneapolis, USA

 

Most people have a bad habit. It could be something annoying but mostly harmless, like hitting the snooze button. But for others, like HabitAware co-founder Aneela Idnani, repetitive body behaviors are part of a larger, more complicated mental health issue.

Over the last two years, Idnani, her husband and a small, dedicated team of Twin Cities techies have worked to build HabitAware, a health tech company whose Keen bracelet aims to people be more aware of body-focused repetitive behaviors like nail biting or hair pulling.




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Sizing Guide

Not sure which size is right for you?

It's important that Keen fits snugly. Here's a quick guide to help you decide which bracelet size to order:

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