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StressEraser in the News

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CNN Health Blog "The Chart" by Amanda Enayati
"I appreciated the StressEraser’s small size and portability; I used it as I lay in bed and also took it out with me on a few occasions to use when I had a free moment."

StressErasers Donated to Japan's Earthquake Relief Effort
Learn more about the trauma program at Konan Women's University in Kobe, Japan.

StressEraser recommended by CBS Interactive Business Network's Presenting on the Go.
"Perfect for a bit of calm before the presentation storm."

StressEraser leads off the CBS Early Show's "Health Watch" segment.
"This is a really cool product... A good drug-free way for you to de-stress." - Frances Largeman-Roth

 StressEraser receives top score in HEALTH Magazine stress feature.
"Worth it if you really have trouble calming yourself down."- Laura Leu

StressEraser in the spotlight on Philip Reed's "GolfGadgets" video segment.
"Do this for 8 to 10 minutes and it will relax you for even the 4 or 5 hours that it takes to play golf." You Tube

StressEraser Featured on "The Rachael Ray Show."
"For a lot of people, especially people who are very stressed out, this could be a very nice thing." - Dr. Donnica Moore

StressEraser Selected for the Celebrity Gift Bag at the ESPY Awards.
Photo: IndyCar champion Helio Castroneves chills out at the photo shoot.

StressEraser Featured on "The View."
“The StressEraser helps synchronize your breath with your heart rate. We should all be using this to reduce stress!” - Elisabeth Hasselbeck

StressEraser Awards

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Seal of Approval, awarded by the American Institute of Stress

Best Self-Monitoring Health Initiative or Device, awarded by the National Wellness Prevention & Fitness Conference

Technology Innovation of the Year, awarded by Frost & Sullivan

The Best of Gadget Lab, awarded by WIRED Magazine (9 out of 10 rating)

Stress & Relaxation


Stress is an inevitable part of life. It's simply unavoidable. All too often we find ourselves in situations that automatically trigger our body's stress response—a physiological reaction that floods our bloodstream with adrenaline, cortisol, and other stress chemicals. And, unfortunately, regular exposure to the stress response takes a devastating toll on our heart, blood vessels, muscles, and even our brain—not to mention the unpleasant side-effects of tension, anxiety, and worry.

But there is some very good news. While stressful situations may be inevitable, the damage and side-effects of stress are not. There is a way to stop stress from affecting your body and mind. How? Fortunately nature has equipped our bodies with the perfect antidote to stress. It's called the relaxation response.

As you can see in the following table, the relaxation response is literally the reverse of stress. And best of all, the relaxation response stops stress from affecting your body and your mind. The relaxation response has the all the power you need to be free from the grip of stress…if you know how to tap in and use it. Fortunately, thanks to a revolutionary medical device called the StressEraser, activating the relaxation response can now be done easily and very effectively.

Stress Response


  • Increased heart rate
  • Increased cardiac output
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Increased breathing rate
  • Increased brain wave activity

Relaxation Response


  • Decreased heart rate
  • Decreased cardiac output
  • Decreased blood pressure
  • Decreased breathing rate
  • Enhanced cognition