‘NeuMitra’ -Measure and manage your brain health and performance with connected technologies to address the effects of stress, rest, and activity on how you work, live, and play.

Measure and manage your brain health and performance with connected technologies to address the effects of stress, rest, and activity on how you work, live, and play.

Wearables for everyday life

NeuMitra has embedded biomodules that help measure and manage the autonomic nervous system.

It provides you with a real-time autonomic score, assessing your physiology and its interaction with movement and temperature.

The biomodules are encased in a design that seamlessly blends into your daily life, allowing you to take advantage of understanding your brain health every minute of every day.

Algorithms unite mobile context with medical sensors

Our mobile software enhances your understanding of your physiological data from our biomodules by incorporating it with your daily life contexts.

Personal insights are automatically generated on smartphones by showing how events, locations, and activities are associated with the continuous physiology of stress, rest, and activity.

Neumitra iOS Application

Population analytics for brain health and performance

NeuMitra’s algorithms uses physiological and statistical models to explain acute and chronic stress. Comparisons with aggregated, anonymized data illustrates how stress affects you in parallel to those with similar lifestyles, professions, locations, activities, and health concerns. We also partner with researchers and organizations to turn aggregated, anonymized data into risk assessments of health and performance concerns in large, diverse populations.

Boston Stress Study

Our goal is to change the way people react to and deal with stress, starting right here at home.

University Partners Program

Neumitra is partnering with universities around the world to provide their students with our technologies to deliver personal, contextualized information on stress in their daily life.

Open-sourced Data

If given permission by the user, anonymized data is aggregated to study population health and will be open-sourced in the near future to scientists, researchers, journalists, and more.

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