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Competitive Meditation 101: What you need to know about the world’s weirdest sport

03.14.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

March Mindfulness is our new series that examines the explosive growth in mindfulness and meditation technology. It culminates in Mashable's groundbreaking competitive meditation bracket contest. Because March shouldn't be all madness. There are man... ...

The best meditation apps, devices, and journals for staying calm and focused

02.06.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

If you feel like you’re seeing more people practicing yoga and meditation lately, you’re not wrongAccording to the CDC, from 2012 to 2017 yoga participation increased from 9.5 percent to 14.3 percent, and meditation increased from 4.1 per... ...

Mental well-being took center stage at CES 2019

This week, the Las Vegas Convention Center was packed with many of the year’s biggest new devices. But over the last several years, The Sands has become the place where the real magic happens. The segment of the show known as Eureka Park is where the startups and accelerators congregate, often times showing off products ...

Meditate, improve focus, and be happier in 2019: These courses and apps are on sale

01.11.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

New year, new you, new... brain? Before you ask, no — we're not going to force you through a Get Out-inspired transplant. We're merely recommending you subscribe to one of these seven affordable brain-training bundles and apps so that your mind... ...

Muse unveils a sleep meditation headband

Muse, the maker of a meditation headband, today unveiled its latest product at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The sleep meditation headband, dubbed the Softband, is designed to help people to meditate as they fall asleep. The idea is to put it on before you go to bed, play a meditation and then ...

UrgoNight is a wearable headband that wants to help you sleep better

Getting a good night’s sleep is a universal desire for the human race. At the Consumer Electronics Show today, UrgoNight showed off its non-invasive solution to train your brain to sleep better. It’s designed to teach your brain to sleep better using electroencephalogram (EEG) measurements and app-based brain exercises. UrgoNight requires you to wear the ...