HabitAware, maker of bracelet that minds annoying habits, wins the Minnesota Cup

October 11, 2018

HabitAware got its start two years ago when Aneela Idnani Kumar and her husband, Sameer, set out to use smart-wearable technology to treat an impulse-control disorder known as trichotillomania that involves pulling out one’s hair. She has had “trich” for more than 20 years.




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Finally, the applications don’t have to be simply about physical activity tracking or syncing apps: Check out HabitAware, whose Keen smart bracelet uses a sophisticated motion sensor to help people reduce unflattering behaviors like hair pulling and nail biting.

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Help with Mental Health from HabitAware at CES 2018

February 14, 2018

The HabitAware Keen is a wrist-worn wearable that’s very similar in style to a fitness tracker. The Keen uses gesture-detection technology to recognize when the wearer is engaging in behaviors associated with poor mental health. For most people, biting their nails is just a bad habit, but for many with mental health issues, it’s a …

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Keen by HabitAware

February 13, 2018

The folks over at HabitAware are on a mission, a mission to help those affected by Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors or BFRB’S and raise awareness of how these disorders can affect a person’s life. Their new smart bracelet helps sufferers become aware of subconscious behaviors and try to redirect their focus.

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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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