This Wrist-Worn Control Helps You Keep Tabs on Your Daily Pain

By: Michael Baxter - Published: May 3, 2014 • References: & yankodesign
Pain management comes in a lot of different formats, but no matter which way you deal with your pain, it's still important to keep tabs on it. Pinch is a wrist-worn control system that lets the wearer know just how much pain they're experiencing at any moment so they can take steps to lower or prevent it.

The user puts in their personal information such as sleep cycle, heart rate and such and Pinch keeps tabs on the pain ratio throughout the day. By doing this, the user gets a clear picture of what part of the day they face the most pain so they can make behavioral changes.

Pinch information can also be uploaded into a database, which will let doctors or other physicians get a clear look at what exactly is going on with the chronic pain problems the user is facing. Stats for Pain Management Watches Trending: Older & Mild
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