LAS VEGAS — Health is also about wellness, and plenty of companies are at International CES with solutions for everyday wellness maintenance.

HeartMath is showing the newest product to use its EmWave technology for well-being and stress relief.

The EmWave Personal Stress Reliever uses color LED displays, audio feedback and a stress-relief technique to increase feelings of well-being.

Another stress-busting technology is being demonstrated by IDesia.

IDesia’s BioDynamic Signature (BDS) technology is a heartbeat analysis-based solution for monitoring and improving personal health, fitness and well-being, the company said. It produces an “all in one biometric” which enables consumers to gain awareness of excess stress and high resting heart rate and potentially reduce the severity of these conditions via a PC, mobile phone or gaming peripheral.

Dakim is targeting seniors with its clinically tested brain-fitness software program designed to combat memory loss in people over 60. The new Dakim Brain- Fitness software is a home edition of the company’s brain training system currently used in senior living communities. The software offers interactive brain exercises filled with oldies music, film clips, newsreels, story exercises, humor and variety.

Scosche is exhibiting its MyTrek wireless arm strap heart rate monitor that uses Bluetooth to communicate with health and medical apps on the iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad.

Odin Resources is demonstrating its Somnologic advanced audio technology, which promises to deliver audio programs that promote healthy, natural sleep patterns using complex and sophisticated algorithms to provide a means of achieving more efficient, restful sleep.
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