As a person with ADHD, staying on task is a constant struggle.
My chronic lateness, easy distractibility, and difficulty focusing have made my life harder, to say the least.
I tried countless strategies to help myself; books on procrastination, ADHD-friendly planners, and multiple different medications.
Some of these things worked better than others, but ultimately none really
solved my problems. Instead, I still ran late to work, I still lost track of time,
and I still found myself relying on others to keep me focused.
Ultimately, I wasn't living up to the full potential I knew I had.
I needed a solution -- I felt like I needed an assistant who could keep me on task, guide me throughout my day, and remind me of the things I still needed to do.
I considered a smartwatch, but I found the constant barrage of notifications incredibly frustrating. The LAST thing I needed was a new screen to distract me.
Luckily, that’s when I found Pavlok.
Pavlok is the only wearable device designed to help you stay on task and boost your productivity.
Pavlok will sync with your calendar and remind you of your events. It'll keep track of time and help you stay focused. And it’s the ONLY alarm clock I’ve ever found to be effective.
And it does all this without even needing a watch face.
That’s right, the “world’s greatest alarm clock” isn’t even a clock at all -- it’s just a simple wristband that looks like a fitness bracelet, but packs in a hell of a lot more functionality.
It's totally safe, science-backed, and the battery lasts for up to seven days of use -- so you’ll be able to rely on it in any scenario, even if you forget to charge it.
It’s a one of a kind device, trusted by countless individuals around the world -- and with Pavlok's 180-day money-back guarantee, you can try it for up to half a year before deciding whether it’s right for you. Seriously. Send it back for any reason, and you’ll get your money back -- guaranteed.
Give it a try, and trust me: pretty soon you’ll be wondering how you ever lived without it.
Pavlok has a powerful, built-in alarm clock that's designed to be highly persuasive, and impossible to avoid. While not required, the option to deliver an electric shock gives your body the burst of adrenaline it needs to get you out of bed -- and it trains you to wake up automatically before you ever feel it.
Worried about hitting snooze, or pulling out the plug? Pavlok’s got you covered there too. The device has no power button -- so you can’t simply turn it off -- and it also includes an option that will require you to do jumping jacks, or scan a QR code in another room to stop your alarm.
In the Pavlok app, you can create a morning or evening routine, and then Pavlok will guide you through it.
As you go about your morning, the device will deliver helpful vibrations to guide you through the things you need to do.
Sick of being chronically late, or missing events entirely?
Through Pavlok’s integration with "If This Then That", Pavlok can give you a silent vibration reminder on your wrist in advance of all calendar events. It's easy to set up, and you can customize it exactly to your liking.
These reminders will also be silently delivered as notifications, so you'll always be able to quickly check what your next event is.
The pavlok app includes a feature to set a looping timer that will vibrate, beep, or snap on a set interval.
This is really useful to help keep track of how much time is passing without needing to check the clock -- you’ll be able to keep track of approximately how much time has passed, based on how much you've done since the last time you felt a stimulus.
Good news: Unlike other smart watches, Pavlok has no distracting screen or settings to play with on the device.
Everything is done on your phone, through the pavlok app -- and once you’ve set it up, you can put your phone away and the device will do the rest. Classic set-it-and-forget-it operation.
It’s all the benefit of a smartwatch with none of the extra, distracting features.
The Pavlok chrome extension can block sites outright, but it can also set limits for you -- and while other extensions can block webpages, only Pavlok can physically remind you when it’s time to get off.
You can also have it deliver a snap whenever you visit specific sites, so over time your brain will associate that action and punishment, and you'll lose the desire to visit them when you shouldn’t.
Most fitness bands and smartwatches only include a gentle vibration-based alarm -- it's fine for some people, but it's not very versatile.
By contrast, Pavlok can light up, vibrate, beep, or deliver a snap, depending on what kind of input you need.
This also means it can alert you without disturbing your coworkers, friends, or loved ones.
Order your Pavlok device.
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Pavlok helps with ADHD by giving you the reminders you need, without the distractions you don't.
The wearable device releases a mild stimulus called a "snap" to help you eliminate distractions, break bad habits, and change your life. Pavlok is your natural and lasting solution to challenges like chronic lateness, nail biting, time management, negative thinking, excessive talking, procrastinating, and more.
Pavlok is designed help you build good habits, like training your body to wake up on its own, exercise more consistently, be more productive by keeping you on task, and helping you gain a more positive outlook on life.
When you order the device, you'll receive a wristband, a module and a charging cable.
Download the Pavlok app from the Google Play or Apple App Store, and you'll be able to set it up.
Once you are connected, you can control the intensity of your vibration or "snap." We recommend starting with 30%. Whenever you engage in your unwanted habit, press the lightning bolt button on your Pavlok wristband and administer a snap to begin breaking your habit.
You'll also be able to use our integration with "If This Then That" to set up wrist reminders for things like google calendar events.
Getting started with Pavlok is simple. The box includes the wristband, the module, and the charging cable.
Pavlok comes about 50% changed, but we recommend plugging it into the cable for an hour before setting it up. A single charge lasts for around ten days.