Mental Health Wearables Will Change How We Think Of Mental Illness

Compulsive behaviors, particularly those that started in childhood, are notoriously hard to kick. These behaviors are stubborn because they’re performed unconsciously. But wearables have the potential to force people to become aware of their compulsive actions.

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