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  • The iBreve® work health solution improves employee well-being & stress coping abilities

    Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

    Empower employees by improving stress resilience with clinically proven mindfulness based stress reduction exercises

    Empower employees with clinically proven mindfulness based stress reduction exercises

    The iBreve@Work Wearable monitors stress, activity and breathing patterns

    Monitor stress, activity and breathing patterns with the iBreve@Work wearable

    Measure the impact on overall well-being, stress levels and grow your business

    Grow & measure the impact on overall well-being, stress levels and your business

  • Mindful employees are better and happier with their jobs

    Why implementing a mindfulness program?

    • Mindful employees are better and happier with their jobs 
    • Improved well-being, resilience levels and ability to manage stress
    • Improved cognitive functioning
    • More ethical and sustainable behavior

  • As seen in

    iBreve work health is accelerated by EIT Health
    iBreve work health was featured in El Mundo
    iBreve work health was accelerated by CIMIT in Boston
    iBreve work health got funded by WearSustain EU initiative
    iBreve work health was featured in the Guardian
  • Get in touch

    Learn more about piloting the iBreve® work health solution.

  • Grow your business with mindfulness based stress reduction

    Only 5 minutes a day

    increases employee well-being & business outcomes

    Up to 43% less sick days

    and need of medical services after only 8 weeks

    Save up to $15,000

    per employee in healthcare costs per year

  • Multiple studies have proven the effectiveness of mindfulness & controlled breathing

    "Decrease stress by using your breath"

    "Mindfulness combats stress & burnout"

    "The calming effect of breathing"

  • Sources

    1. Reb, J., Narayanan, N., Ho, Z.W. (2015). Mindfulness at Work: Antecedents and Consequences of Employee Awareness and Absent-mindedness. MINDFULNESS, 6(1), 111-122.
    2. Chiesa A, Serretti A (2009), ‘Mindfulness-based stress reduction for stress management in healthy people: a review and meta-analysis’, The journal of alternative and complementary medicine, Vol. 15, No. 5
    3. Greenberg J, Reiner K, Meiran N (2012), ‘“Mind the trap”: mindfulness practice reduces cognitive rigidity’, PloS one, 7(5)
    4. Kirk U, Downar J, Montague P R (2011), ‘Interoception drives increased rational decisionmaking in meditators playing the ultimatum game’, Frontiers In Neuroscience, Vol. 5
    5. Boyatzis R E, Mckee A (2005), Resonant leadership: Renewing yourself and connecting with others through mindfulness, hope, and compassion, Harvard Business School
    6. Amel E L, Manning C M, Scott B A (2009), ‘Mindfulness and sustainable behavior: Pondering attention and awareness as means for increasing green behavior’. Ecopsychology, Vol. 1, No. 1

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