ObeEnd Weight Loss Wristband
ObeEnd is a smart wristband designed to combat the obesity epidemic. It controls caloric intake by reducing appetite, gastric secretion, and gastric contraction. It increases exercise endurance and improves post-workout recovery.
TENS Targeted Neuromodulation
Personalized goals based on BMI
Heart rate monitoring
Easily integrated into your daily routine
WAT Medical’s innovative weight management wristband, ObeEnd, receives top awards in iF Design Award and Red Dot Award: Product Design 2021, for its aesthetically appealing, innovative, and smart design quality.
Obeend Improves Energy Balance Through Three Key Mechanisms
Through this high precision electrical stimulation, several activities involved in energy-intake, including gastric acid secretion and stomach peristalsis, could be reduced by up to 30.5%. Gastro myoelectrical activity (period dominant frequency, PDF), another important factor in energy in-take, has been shown to be decreased by up to 78%.
WAT – BAT conversion
Human body fat is composed of two types: white adipose tissue (WAT) and brown adipose tissue (BAT). WAT is the form of stored body fat that leads to obesity. BAT on the other hand, is responsible for generating heat within the human body via thermogenesis. Therefore, converting WAT into BAT would be an effective method to reduce obesity.
Enhancing exercise performance and promoting post-exercise recovery are two factors that are important in sustaining regular exercise habits. Electroacupuncture stimulation has been demonstrated to significantly improve both exercise performance and post-exercise recovery for athletes.
The ObeEnd’s mobile app gives you more control.
Organize electrical stimulation, steps, exercise data
Control and adjust the electrical stimulation function
Personalized feedback loop
Personalized feedback loop
Continuous input of updated personal data such as height and weight and weight will help the AI system recommend a more precise and personalized usage duration.
How ObeEnd works?
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