External stress factors
Everyone is faced daily with stressful situations. Debt, environment pollution, weather, excessive noise, traffic jams, illness, time pressure, negative feedback, and unemployment are all examples.
Internal stress factors
Many internal stress factors are deeply rooted in our personal development and education. These start during childhood and are carried throughout our lives. Included in this group are very high standards, wild expectations, unfulfilled wishes, incomplete ideas, and low self-esteem.
Psychosocial stress factors
Psychosocial stress factors are most prevalent when dealing with people and relationships. They range from family quarrels to unresolved conflicts, bullying, pressure to perform, trauma, separation and fear of loss, and death loved ones.
We have the right tool for you
KENKOU prevents people with stress from becoming future patients of heart disease.
A mobile stress prevention and prediction cardio health system
Measure vital data
Through measuring the signals of the heart, we are able to find the time of heartbeats with millisecond precision. This makes it possible to monitor heart rate variability (HRV) which responds to factors like breathing and stress levels.
Based on the measurement results, we are able to provide a personal plan for adjusting lifestyles to reach a healthier cardio age. We also make stress level summaries and create warnings about the negative effects of stress on health.
Using regular measurements, we provide a history to display user improvements and progress. This is available in the app, and logs the journey to a healthier and more fulfilled life.