Bracelet From Amazon Gives You A Shock When You Eat Too Much Fast Food Or Spend Too Much Money

It really doesn’t matter who we are, there is going to be a time in our life when we try to adjust our weight in some way or another. For some of us, it may be trying to lose weight and for others, it could be trying to gain weight. Regardless, the issue that we often face is the fact that we just don’t have enough willpower. We do fine when we wake up in the morning but by the time lunch is here, we are giving in. It would be nice if we had somebody who forced us to stick to our program but having such a helper has been elusive up to this point. It seems that there is now a device that will do it all for you. If you were trying to stop eating something unhealthy, how would you feel if somebody scolded you every time you did it? The same thing might also be true if you were trying to stick to a budget or maybe you were having a difficult time getting up in the morning. It doesn’t matter what you are trying to do, the unique device that is available from Amazon will change your life. Amazon also has an interest in seeing you succeed in your goals. That is why they are offering this bracelet. You can buy the bracelet on Amazon and it is named Pavlok. It is a type of ‘behavior training device that works by utilizing Aversive Conditioning’.
According to the creators, it provides “Aversive conditioning is essentially behavior training that uses negative stimuli and association to help reaffirm a specific action as undesirable. The reason so many people continue to smoke even though they know it’s bad… is because for many smoking IS pleasurable. The reason so many people continue to consume an unhealthy snack after unhealthy snack is because it often DOES taste good. And that’s why Pavlok is ultimately so effective.” It may actually help you in multiple ways. Do you tend to spend too much time on the Internet? Pavlok can help! Do you bite your nails? Pavlok can help! The bracelet is a nice piece of creativity. According to the product creators, it is like having food poisoning. Once you get it, you stay away from the food that gives it to you. This is a process known as aversive conditioning. “Using the slightly uncomfortable stimulus of a shock, Pavlok helps train your brain to associate the bad behavior with the uncomfortable stimulus. And after as little as a few weeks of associating the two with consistent use, your brain begins to say: ‘Hey, wait a second. Maybe I DON’T like smoking.’ ‘Hey, wait a second, maybe that donut doesn’t do much for me at all.’” It’s an interesting concept but not everybody is on board. You can find out more in this video: Source: Bored Panda