100 million Americans suffer from stress. The medical cost attributed to stress is $125 Billion annually in the U.S. and the economic cost is estimated to exceed $200 Billion. Untreated stress may lead to the development of several chronic diseases; among them are Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Obesity, Diabetes, Erectile Dysfunction & Heart Disease.
The solution - Serenita
Measuring stress is a big problem – Serenita solves it
The medical gold standard for measuring stress is Cortisol level test. This stress hormone lab test is expensive, takes on average a week to turn around, and as such, is not suitable for continuous monitoring. Without access to stress measurements overtime, doctors often rely on their patients to assess their stress level.
Those assessments are notoriously inaccurate, and as a result, doctors often misdiagnose the cause of a particular medical conditions, which leads to prescribing the wrong treatment. Serenita solves this problem by providing a clinically validated stress test, using nothing but a Smartphone.
Serenita offers the most effective solution to lower stress
Yoga & Meditation have been found effective in lowering stress, however they are hard to integrate into a busy schedule. They require special training, a long learning curve, specific environment to practice & a long term commitment. As a result, most people who suffer from stress do not practice yoga or meditation, and are left untreated.
Eco-Fusion was set to solve those problems by developing Serenita™ a bite-size highly effective solution to lower stress. Using a personalized breathing exercise, the app engages the body’s natural relaxation response, clinically known as the Rest & Digest Response, which shuts down the release of stress hormones into the bloodstream, and promotes the release of anti-stress hormones and enzymes such as acetylcholine, prolactin, vasopressin, and oxytocin.
Serenita records and organizes all measured stress & treatment data. Historical records show trend and provide insight as to stress levels and treatment effectiveness overtime.