Why You Should Take Off Your Fitbit and Wear Our Fitness Bracelet

Why You Should Take Off Your Fitbit and Wear Our Fitness Bracelet
December 8, 2017 Philip Stein
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Wearable fitness trackers like Fitbit are more popular than ever. Over 23.2 million people use Fitbits to collect data about their daily activity levels, including calories burned, steps and heart rate. Data from these wearable devices is sent to a computer or smartphone, so an individual can track and monitor their health.

The ultimate purpose of fitness trackers is to help individuals gain deeper insights into their day-to-day activities so that they can take control of their health and wellness. But what if fitness trackers like Fitbit are causing adverse health effects, instead of assisting with overall health and wellness?

The human body naturally produces low-intensity electromagnetic fields (EMF) that are naturally in-sync with the Earth’s natural frequencies. When an individual’s frequency is in harmony with the Earth’s, they tend to feel balanced, calm and less anxious.

But technology, like smartphones and fitness trackers, can interfere with the body’s natural inclination to be in sync with the Earth’s vibrations. They emit potentially harmful artificial electromagnetic fields that can cause adverse effects in humans. Artificial frequencies enter the body and interfere with the body’s biological processes.

Studies show that artificial EMF can affect everything from sleep cycles to DNA. In fact, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer classifies artificial EMF as a “possibly carcinogenic to humans.” Wearable fitness trackers like Fitbit haven’t been around long enough for scientists to determine their long-term impact on human health — but why take the risk?

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Instead of a Fitbit, consider wearing our Philip Stein Horizon Sport Bracelet. Unlike Fitbit, our bracelet doesn’t collect health data via a tracker and smartphone. The Horizon sport bracelet features an embedded metal disc that acts like a “tuning fork” to help channel the Earth’s beneficial frequencies back into the body using Natural Frequency Technology.

This proprietary technology helps break through the “noise” of human-made artificial frequencies to reconnect the human body with the Earth’s vibrations. Wearing the fitness bracelet can help increase physical performance, improve focus and promote overall well-being. The bracelet is water-resistant and durable, which means you can wear it to work, the gym or to the beach.

Fitbits track a wealth of health data and information, but the need to continually monitor that health data can make living a healthier lifestyle seem like a chore. For some individuals, having to keep track of every breath, mile and fluctuation in heart rate can be stressful. If the goal is to live a healthier lifestyle, adding more stress is counterproductive.

Plus, there’s growing evidence that the Fitbit’s health tracking data is inaccurate and unreliable. According to a recent study, Fitbit devices’ heart rate readings could be as much as 23 beats per minute (bpm) off, when compared to the bpm accurately recorded by an electrocardiogram (ECG).

Unlike fitness trackers, the Philip Stein Horizon Sport Bracelet is simple, sleek and designed to naturally and gently improve overall health and well-being. There’s no need to do anything; all an individual has to do is wear it on the wrist to reap the wellness benefits.

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Fibits can cause skin irritations such as blisters, rashes and peeling skin. In March 2014, The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a formal recall of the Fitbit Force after over nine thousand people reported various skin irritations.

Fitbits contain nickel, an alloy in stainless steel, which is known to cause allergic reactions. Absorbing too many heavy metals into the bloodstream can be toxic to the body as a whole. Unlike a Fitbit, the Philip Stein fitness bracelet features a comfortable, lightweight and soft, durable band — free of any potentially harmful metals.

Human beings get bombarded with potentially harmful, artificial electromagnetic fields on a daily basis from modern technology like Wi-Fi and smartphones. Wearing a fitness tracker like a Fitbit only adds to the amount of EMF entering the body. Natural Frequency Technology inside the Philip Stein Horizon Bracelet offers a safer way to increase energy, sharpen focus and improve overall well-being.

 

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