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Hapbee expands its offerings

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Hapbee leverages patented, magnetic-field technology that to try and help people enhance how they feel.

There’s a Blend for any time of day (CNW Group/Hapbee Technologies Inc

VANCOUVER — Hapbee Technologies, Inc., the wearable, wellness technology company and manufacturer of the Hapbee headband, has announced a series of enhancements based on significant in-market testing and feedback from its growing community of users.

The Company has expanded its library of signal blends accessible to Hapbee users from 7 signals to 25 blends, that now offer benefits in three categories: sleep, focus and relax. Hapbee will offer its subscribers the flexibility to try all the new and existing blends, and then choose the two blends they want to remain active on their device in perpetuity. Additionally, the Company will provide an option for an all-access monthly subscription.

Each blend fuses individual compound signals into a mix and is designed for a specific use-case and time of day. Users are encouraged to explore and experience the range of blends to discover those that best suit their lifestyle and personal wellness needs.


“Our mission at Hapbee is to put people in greater control of how they feel without any strings attached – like hidden side effects,” commented Yona Shtern, CEO of Hapbee. “We have made these improvements to expand the utility of our wellness platform, and to reduce the barriers for trial, adoption and on-going use based on feedback from our user community.”

Hapbee leverages patented, magnetic-field technology that to try and help people enhance how they feel. Ultra-low frequency electromagnetic signals and signal blends are derived from compounds like caffeine, nicotine and melatonin and are re-played digitally through the Hapbee headband to deliver sensations such as Happy, Alert, Focus, Relax and Deep Sleep without the side-effects or dependencies that might otherwise result from the substances.


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