New App Uses Smartwatches To Combat PTSD Nightmares

New App Uses Smartwatches To Combat PTSD Nightmares

Nearly all patients who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) experience some type of sleep disturbance. Research suggests that almost two-thirds of PTSD patients have frequent, vivid nightmares. Help is on the way, and it can be as close as your wrist. The FDA...
Technology Creates Customized Prosthetic Hands [video]

Technology Creates Customized Prosthetic Hands [video]

The subject of this article brought tears to my eyes. We often write about new technology and developments in prosthetic arms and hands, We covered topics such as adding sensation to existing prosthetics, 3D-printed prosthetics with Superhero graphics, and various...
AI-Powered Assistive Glasses for the Blind [video]

AI-Powered Assistive Glasses for the Blind [video]

We wrote about Envision’s smartphone app paired with Google Glass smart eyewear for vision-impaired persons earlier this year in March. At that time, the platform was in the preorder stage and Envision expected to ship the system in August. Then a pandemic...
Consumer tDCS Device Improves Focus [video]

Consumer tDCS Device Improves Focus [video]

A cutting-edge consumer neurostimulation device can now help individuals improve their focus and improve mental performance in the comfort of their own homes. LIFTiD is an affordable transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) device that targets the areas of the...
New “Invisible” Hearing Aids Hide in Your Ear

New “Invisible” Hearing Aids Hide in Your Ear

Hearable devices include products that enhance streaming media entertainment, enable hands-free phone and video conference calls, cancel external noise, and assist with hearing loss. We’ve written recently about Phonak’s Audeo Paradise AI-assisted hearing...
Who Uses Wearable Health Tech?

Who Uses Wearable Health Tech?

Health Tech Insider’s primary focus is on wearable and mobile devices for health and medical applications. We write about new wearables and the developing technologies that make new devices and applications possible. We often write about research studies that...