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The Calmingstone uses technology to prevent panic attacks

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The Calmingstone is a pebble-shaped, handheld device originally designed in 2014 by Ramon Telfer, who, after suffering with anxiety himself, found that there wasn't a tangible product on the market to help him. The Calmingstone sits comfortably in the palm of your hand and uses light and sound to ease anxiety. It was created by Telfer alongside Calmingstone Co-Founder Alex Johnson, and operates via a copper heart-rate sensor, which circles the edge of the device. When in the user's hand,

 

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