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From Punitive Wearable Technology to Personal Prohibition Signs

 - Mar 20, 2014
The ability to break a bad habit often needs more help then exercising one's will power. While a person could ask someone to keep tabs on their progress, that becomes a bit of a chore for the friend as well. Seeing an opportunity to help people overcome these unhealthy behaviours, designers, technicians and more have devised a few ways to ensure people stay on track when it comes to changing their ways.

From gadgets that provide positive feedback to products that don't shy away from hard truths, the journey to break a bad habit has become a little bit easier. With all of the information available at people's fingertips, it is no wonder that many are turning a new leaf to lead healthier lives.