Apollo Neuroscience has announced the expansion of its Apollo wearable product user base through UK-based health and wellness retailer Healf.
The wearable uses the body’s natural response to soothing touch for rebalancing the nervous system. It utilises soothing vibrations to enhance the sleep, focus and overall well-being of the users.
Initially launched in January 2020, it currently has more than 100,000 users ranging from high-achieving executives and athletes to anyone aiming to improve their energy and stress levels.
Healf co-founder Max Clarke said: “Our customers have been asking us to carry the Apollo wearable, so we are extremely excited to add the device to our collection of premium health and wellness brands.”
The Apollo wearable deploys higher vibrations to enable the user to feel energised while it applies lower vibrations to lower stress and provide restful sleep.
Apollo Neuroscience co-founder and CEO Kathryn Fantauzzi said: “Healf, which focuses on high-quality health brands and has a panel of leading experts to endorse each product, is the perfect partner for our first international launch.
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“We look forward to growing our loyal user base by making the Apollo wearable more accessible for people living in the UK.”
Apollo was formed by the University of Pittsburgh’s physicians and neuroscientists and offers eight programmes called Apollo Vibes that can be chosen from the app.
Each programme is also known as a Vibe and assists users to attain their desired state, such as recovery, social, sleep, calm and focus.