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Take back control by knowing what shakes you

Patients who suffer from tremors are often unaware of what causes them. Is it biological, environmental, mental? Tracking when and what is happening when the tremor occurs could help solve some of the mystery.

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Take back control by knowing what shakes you

Patients who suffer from tremors are often unaware of what causes them. Is it biological, environmental, mental? Tracking when and what is happening when the tremor occurs could help solve some of the mystery.
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Tracking and monitoring the potential causes or stimulants for tremors could help thousands of people who suffer. While some are disease related, many are still a mystery. Being able to pinpoint a cause could help patients control when and how severe an attack is.

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Trequant is specifically designed for people with tremors. It's a wearable in the form of an analogue watch that helps sufferers determine, differentiate, diagnose and track their tremors. Worn all day, the device gathers tremor values using kinetic sensors. There is also a supporting network to help assess, record and share the tremor readings.

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