Miguel Bruns Alonso, a student from the Netherlands’ Delft University of Technology, has conceived a prototype pen that can measure and reduce the level of the user's stress.
The anti-stress pen features motion sensors and built-in electromagnets that react to the person's nervous system and detect stress. The pen was able to reduce the rate of heart fall by an average of five percent in an experiment performed on various persons.
Miguel Bruns Alonso's anti-stress pen is truly an important accessory in the busy modern world.
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