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Apollo Neuro

Fitness Wearables Experience:
New health technology
Cutting edge jewelry-styled instruments to learn biological signs of wellness and well-being

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I am excited about being introduced to Apollo Neuro! This is a wearable consumer device that looks like beautiful jewelry. I just got mine and you can go through the journey with me as I document my feelings about where I am with it and what it can do.

Apollo Neuro is not a drug, and it won’t treat or cure medical conditions, and you cannot replace your doctor! — but it will help to gauge your moods and sync them up for things such as: bouncing back from stress; unwinding for rebuilding and recovering after a physical workout; giving you better focus when needed; and so much more.

Connect with below me and learn more. Next time we talk about the automatic nervous system.

If you’d like to get your own Apollo Neuro, my community here will receive a 10% discount! Save 10% on Apollo Neuro today! Improve your HRV, Focus, Sleep and much more!

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Apollo & Getting Started

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I have my Apollo on the charger right now. There is a yellow light that will turn green after about two hours, then it’s ready. While we are cooking, I want my research and my story about Apollo use to be a type of journal, or personal diary entry, that will document:

  • how I am getting started,

  • why I am using it,

  • what are my expectations,

  • how it’s working,

  • and what I am learning.


It is said that when worn, it delivers soothing vibrations that help you to feel safe and in control. Apollo trains your nervous system to recuperate from stress faster. And we could all use a little less anxiety.


This is a great time to be reading and learning about this process, because, starting tomorrow—11/21/2022 through 11/28/2022 there is a Black Friday/Cyber Monday special! You can get $50 off your total purchase of one Apollo Neuro; and if you buy two, you will receive $200 off your total purchase! So, grab a friend and check it out.


Okay, so I had a scare this year when my index finger below the joint got wacked and the whole finger became super stiff and painful. So much so, that I visited an orthopedist—they focus on injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system like your bones, muscles, and joints. Well, needless to say he did a makeshift split with cotton and tape, and I left with a $200 bill. (I am not going to elaborate more, it’s just a headache to reiterate.)


Later over the 4th of July, I had a date that weekend for grilled chicken skewers and a boat ride--amended to a great balcony view— (those boaters get crazy after beer and explosions), and lo and behold, some back pain took me out of the picture. An x-ray showed my L5 had “narrowing” and the beginning of arthritis. Since I have an online e-course I am selling called: Beat Back Aging: Living Better to Live Older in Great Shape, Looking Terrific, and Being the Best Version of Yourself at Any Age, I did what I do with everything, studied my situation to death in order to make it go away.


So, that is why I decided to buy these two wearables, Apollo Neuro and Oura. A recent Health & Fitness article said that if you are an aging adult, the best thing to do (to possibly save your life) is to integrate into wearable tech. Apparently, a study claims that wearing a wrist device with accelerometer sensors can be used to “…predict your mortality risk up to five years later…with startling accuracy.” There are 15 years of British adults’ records of doing just that.


And one more important thing: People walk 40 minutes more a day when wearing a fitness tracker. Computing that on average, accounts for 1,800 more steps. So, it was a stretch to buy both of these, but I gotta do it.


My e-course:


By the way, shipping is free now and so is the App that you use with it. (There is a 30-day return policy and one-year limited liability warranty at no additional cost.)

Apollo and My First Week

I have to preface this by saying, if It’s one thing I know, it is you have to take the reins when it comes to your health. I spent eight years caring for my dying husband and more than thirteen helping my mother take on many ailments until her death at age 101. Doctors are needed but their objectives are different from what we first perceive. When you have a sickness, ailment, or disease, they will prescribe medication. Mainly they mask the pain but do not cure the problem—that is up to you. I’ve mastered this  first-person as well.


Now my week with Apollo. Last time I left you it was charging. After you charge your Apollo, you will need to download the app. This will be the guide to: how to pair your device with your phone and app; where you should wear Apollo (during the day it’s on my wrist, at night I move it to my ankle). There are instructions in the box with the Getting Started Guide, and you do not have to be a techie to figure it out, it is pretty user-friendly. If you do need help though, you can always go to:


Just a few facts and then I will tell you about my first week.


  • If you feel tired—either mentally, physically or stressed out—there are signals in your autonomic nervous system, either the parasympathetic or sympathetic branch


  • The parasympathetic is referred to as “rest-and-digest” and the sympathetic is commonly called “fight or flight”


  • Apollo can be put into action a touch therapy that can help to calm the sympathetic branch of our nervous system


  • It sends safe signals to your brain through a vibration that helps to restore balance


  • The scientists at Apollo call it a hug for your nervous system because it helps you to bounce back faster.


  • The best part is you can set a schedule for these sensations according to your day’s schedule.


One question that came up is if Apollo will stop working after your body gets used to it? The developers and scientists say No that the opposite will occur; meaning, like meditation and deep breathing, it will improve heart rate variability and your sensitivity will pick up so it will take less time to feel the effect.


Here is some of how I set up my schedule using the app. I get up at 3:30 am because I have to feed and walk my dog, sometimes make a work lunch, shower, put on makeup and style my hair, make coffee, and drive a half-hour to my job at the casino. So, the app is set to tell Apollo to give me Energy and Wake Up. When I get there, I usually recount all the chips and tips at the tables so at 7:10 am, when I am justifying the count, I set Apollo to give me a boost for Clear and Focused. At 2:15 pm when my energy is lagging after working and walking three miles or more, I get another scheduled Energy and Wake up. When I get home, I do homework for my classes at UAFS so at 5:40 pm, I need to stop, and I programmed: Relax and Unwind. You get the idea.


Anyway, I feel the vibrations and they are not troubling or annoying; after a while you might not notice them. I can say, one thing I believe it has helped me with it parsing out my time and making the best use of it and how I feel at the time.


Affiliate Link Disclosure
Some of the links in this article may be affiliate links, which can provide compensation to me at no cost to you if you decide to purchase something. These are products I’ve personally used and stand behind.

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