BEAT YOUR ANXIETY
Track anxietyDetect the anxiety even before you feel it
Understand patternsDiscover how your routine causes anxiety
Take controlHow to stop this feeling... like right now
Make new patternsMake sure you’re prepared for the next time
A DAY WITH AIRO
Wear Airo and track your stress all day.
Get an alert when your stress is rising.
Relieve your stress with built in exercises.
Identify your daily, monthly and weekly stress patterns.
Reduce your stress by changing your daily, patterns.
How It Works
Checking your short term trends shows you exactly how your daily routines affect you.
Airo adapts to your body and computes your baseline. This means all measurements are specifically personalized for you.
You can log what you are doing at any given time. Airo uses this info to personalize all goals and recommendations for you.
FIGURE OUT YOUR TRIGGERS
Gives a visualization of your stress levels so you know exactly what is stressing you and what is calming you.
REDUCE YOUR STRESS
Observe how the changes in your daily routine actually reduce your stress in the long run.
Become more mindful with Airo so anxiety doesn't get in the way of you doing what you want anymore.
AIRO IN THE NEWS
"Get personalized data about how your body works because anxiety and stress treatment is not a one-size-fits-all solution."
"Airo lets you objectively measure your anxiety so no one can say 'it's not real' or 'just get over it'"
App helps detect anxiety through the nervous system
I can't believe how sensetive Airo is. Finding your triggers can cure mental illness.
Backed by 40 years of research Airo tracks you flight-or-fight response to figure out whan you're getting stressed.Selected research:
- Heart rate variability and cognitive function. Federal university of Santa Catarina, Laboratory of sports and Exersice Neuroscience
- Heart rate variability in depressive and anxiety disorders. Departmet of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, USA
- Relationship between major depression and hear rate variability. Department of Biological Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Evangl Clinics Gelsenkirchen, Ruhr-University of Bochum, Munckelstr. 27,d-45879, Germany
- Heart rate variability and post traumatic stress disorder. Michael E.DeBakey Veterans Affair Medical Center,Huoston, TX, USA