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382: The Ultimate De-Stress Device | Dr Dave Rabin & Kathryn Fantauzzi

The Melissa Ambrosini Show

The Apollo might just be the world’s most powerful wearable device for reducing stress. My husband, Nick, is a big fan, and we’ve had plenty of dinner table conversations about how this seemingly innocuous wristband has transformed his sleep, his meditation, his yoga practice, his stress levels and more. Ever since we first tried it, I’ve been excited to get the creators of this device on the show, so that you can hear about this powerful technology for yourself, and find out more about how to retrain your nervous system, how to manipulate how you feel at the push of a button, and how to improve your wellbeing through science.Head to https://melissaambrosini.com/382 for the show notes.My newsletter: melissaambrosini.com/newsletterMy instagram: @melissaambrosiniThis episode is brought to you by DesignCrowd. The website with hundreds of thousands of designers ready to help create your perfect custom design. Crowdsource custom logo, business card, and web design from over 900,000 epic designers from around the world. Visit designcrowd.com/melissa to get up to $150 off your first project today.This episode is brought to you by BLUblox. Head to www.BLUblox.com now and enter the code MELISSA for 15% off your order.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 5mins

26 Jan 2021

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Episode 118: Creating wearable tech to help alleviate stress, with Kathryn Fantauzzi

The Reset Podcast

Today's episode, I talk with Kathryn Fantauzzi, who's CEO of Apollo Nueroscience.   It's a super timely conversation, about this incredible wearable that her company created to help alleviate stress as a therapeutic devise. We talk the founder journey, what it takes to create a wearable and how you get it off the ground.  This episode was recorded before covid hit. Find out more information here: https://apolloneuro.com/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-reset-podcast/support

34mins

19 Aug 2020

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A wearable to reduce stress? Meet Apollo: Apollo Neuroscience CEO Kathryn Fantauzzi

Techstination

Techstination interview: A wearable to reduce stress? Meet Apollo: Apollo Neuroscience CEO Kathryn Fantauzzi

12mins

8 Jan 2020

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Wonder Woman in Business - and Science - Kathryn Fantauzzi

Freeman Means Business

Meet Kathryn Fantauzzi, Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder Kathryn Fantauzzi is the chief executive officer and co-founder at Apollo Neuroscience, Inc. where she leads all Apollo strategy and development. Kathryn is experienced in leading cross-functional teams to bring products and services to market. As CEO, she recruited a seasoned team of business leaders, engineers, designers, and physicians with multiple prior exits to launch Apollo. Prior to Apollo, Kathryn managed a $20M fund to evaluate and advance commercialization of emerging technologies for NYSERDA. Kathryn formed Apollo Neuroscience in 2017 to accelerate the development and translation of novel neuroscience discoveries to address public health needs and improve outcomes.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freeman-means-business/support

47mins

14 Nov 2019

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Episode 165: Kathryn Fantauzzi

CEO Money with Michael Yorba

Kathryn Fantauzzi is the chief executive officer and co-founder at Apollo Neuroscience, Inc. where she leads all Apollo strategy and development. Kathryn is experienced in leading cross-functional teams to bring products and services to market.As CEO, she recruited a seasoned team of business leaders, engineers, designers, and physicians with multiple prior exits to launch Apollo. Prior to Apollo, Kathryn managed a $20M fund to evaluate and advance commercialization of emerging technologies for NYSERDA. Kathryn formed Apollo Neuroscience in 2017 to accelerate the development and translation of novel neuroscience discoveries to address public health needs and improve outcomes.Apollo helps you adapt to every rhythm. Developed by physicians and neuroscientists, Apollo’s goal-based programs deliver customized vibration patterns designed to restore your body’s natural equilibrium.Apollo, a new wearable experience, looks to offset those symptoms and restore the body’s natural equilibriumApollo is the only technology to improve sleep and cognitive performance by delivering vibration through a wearable.For more information visit:https://shop.apolloneuro.com/

13mins

21 Oct 2019

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How The Apollo Wearable Helps Reduce Stress Levels • Dr David Rabin MD, PhD & Kathryn Fantauzzi

BioHackers Lab: Health Show for How to Live Your Best Life

Co-founders of Apollo Neuroscience Inc. and inventors of Apollo technology, Dr David Rabin MD, PhD and Kathryn Fantauzzi, are today’s guest interview. Dave and Kathryn help me review how the new wearable technology Apollo that they designed works to help restore balance to our nervous system and manage stress levels. They explain how Apollo uses vibration to help rapidly restore balance through our sense of touch. We then find out about the clinical studies and case studies that showed improvements to heart rate variability, sleep and focus. We also go into discussing user goals and various applications, Bluetooth connectivity and Airplane mode, FDA, HIPAA and bioavailability testing, how to wear it as well as how to use it. Go to the show notes for BioHackers Lab podcast episode 100 at https://www.biohackerslab.com/ep100-apollo-founders/ for more links & highlights.Support the show: https://ko-fi.com/biohackerslabSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

53mins

3 Oct 2019

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Amplifying the Benefits of Meditation with Wearable Technology—Kathryn Fantauzzi—Apollo

FutureTech Podcast

Burnout: it’s a word most people use casually, and a condition not taken very seriously, or else blamed on the person who claims to experience it. But very recently, the World Health Organization has listed it as a medical syndrome, which might start to change the way our culture views this modern-day phenomenon. So, what exactly is burnout? According to Kathryn Fantauzzi, burnout can be characterized as a multitude of things, including exhaustion, the inability to concentrate or complete tasks, disengagement from the environment, and the inability to sleep. To describe it another way, burnout is a state of chronic stress that can lead to serious short and long-term consequences for our health—not to mention sap the quality and joy of our lives.   As the CEO and co-founder of Apollo, Fantauzzi has been on a mission to develop a solution to this problem. Apollo’s technology is a software platform, mobile application, and wearable device that sends vibrations through the body which send the brain a signal of safety. Fantauzzi explains that the vibrations create and amplify the same benefits that mindfulness, meditation, and other relaxation practices bring, but without requiring the user to do a thing. In a world where we’re constantly bombarded by new emails, text messages, phone calls, and the expectations and responsibilities tied to them all, it might make sense to have a solution that’s quite literally tied to our ankles (or wrists) like the wearable Apollo device. Fantauzzi makes for an interesting and exciting conversation, reporting on the results from clinical studies using the Apollo technology, explaining the features built in to the app that might eliminate your need for an alarm clock, discussing the importance of heart rate variability and how this technology can help you improve yours over time, and describing how the app will use biometric data to curate every user’s experience.  Press play for more, and check out https://apolloneuro.com/. 

32mins

10 Jun 2019

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Technology for the Modern Age: An App and Wearable Device for Treating and Preventing Burnout—Kathryn Fantauzzi—Apollo

Finding Genius Podcast

Despite the human ability to adapt to new and changing environments, our bodies simply weren’t designed to live in the modern world. Take for instance the physiological stress response: you see a bear, your heart starts pumping harder and faster, your system fills with adrenaline, digestion gets put on hold, and all of your body’s attention is focused on survival. In this day and age, our bodies are being triggered to show this stress response multiple times a day—whether, during an argument with a significant other, the ping of an email notification that you know is from your boss or an alert for a new exam result on your college account. We’re constantly bombarded by signals, messages, requests, expectations, and demands, and we’ve entered a state of chronic stress as a result. The result? Burnout, a term recently recognized by the World Health Organization as an actual medical syndrome characterized by exhaustion, the inability to focus, a feeling of disengagement from our surroundings, and the inability to fall asleep. CEO and co-founder of Apollo, Kathryn Fantauzzi, joins the podcast to discuss a potential remedy for burnout, which is a software platform, mobile app, and wearable device that sends vibrations to the body which the brain interprets as safety, and when you feel safe, your heart rate and breathing even out, which makes it easier to concentrate, feel calm, and fall asleep. Fantauzzi explains that this technology harnesses and amplifies the benefits of practices such as mindfulness and meditation without requiring the user to do anything other than wear the device on their wrist or ankle. In clinical studies, users have shown a 25% improvement in cognitive performance and accuracy under stress, as well as the ability to fall asleep faster, and improve heart rate variability, an indicator of the body’s overall resilience and recovery from stress. And since the software is integrated with Apple Healthkit, it can pull from a user’s biometric data to curate the best solution for their experience with burnout.  Tune in for the full conversation, and check out https://apolloneuro.com/.

31mins

10 Jun 2019