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THE SMART WEARABLE THAT BREAKS BAD HABITS

THE SMART WEARABLE THAT BREAKS BAD HABITS

Pavlok is a behavior training device — it vibrates to reward you for good behavior and administers an electric stimulus to train away bad behavior.

Hundreds have quit smoking, nail biting, mindless eating, and sleeping in by using Pavlok’s apps. Are you ready to change your habit?

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PAVLOVIAN CONDITIONING ON YOUR WRIST

Pavlok vibrates, beeps, and releases an electric stimulus that ranges from pleasant to aversive.

Simply press the button when you feel a craving, Pavlok will release the stimulus and reduce your craving.

WAKE EARLY, EAT HEALTHY, AND STAY FOCUSED

MOST PEOPLE SEE RESULTS IN 5 DAYS

WAKE EARLY, EAT HEALTHY, AND STAY FOCUSED

PAVLOK CASE STUDIES

I played video games on purpose for 30 minutes while some other people were zapping me at random intervals. Next morning I didn't feel like playing at all but as part of the conditioning I continued playing 30 minutes a day for the next four days and I just felt sick thinking about the game. The rewards of the game simply didn't outweigh the annoying feeling of the zaps.

– Yanjaa

To be honest, I had not even thought I wanted to quit when I first started using the Pavlok. The way it trained my brain though revealed this was another symptom of the addiction. It's now been over seven months and I have not felt the need to smoke another cigarette.

– Anonymous

– Nagina

– Marty

My bad habits were all mixed together - sleeping late was resulting in no exercise and procrastination. Then, I was feeling sluggish and bad about myself all day. Using Pavlok and working with a Habit Hacker, I got myself out of bed, stopped procrastinating and started working out everyday. It was the push that I needed. It feels amazing!

– Anonymous

Whenever I feel like I don't have the energy to work on my email inbox, I shock myself to remove procrastination. Before Pavlok, taking a shower is the remedy that worked. But since it takes too many steps to shower, I end up not doing that at all. Shocking myself is easier than to take a shower. I'm more likely to do it. And it's as effective in getting my ass out of bed.

– Caleb Abenoja