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While fitness trackers have long been viewed as personal health management tools, the main emphasis of these devices is often on physical wellness: counting daily steps, tracking sleep, and encouraging more movement.
But times have changed, and the latest fitness trackers are getting users to do the opposite: slow down.
By integrating new mood-tracking features, like stress management, sleep optimization, and even voice analysis, the newest models of fitness trackers take emotional measurement into account for a more holistic approach to wellness.
In other words, the primary focus of these devices is to integrate more mindfulness into your day.
Keep reading to find out if you should add one to your toolkit.