A virtual reality platform designed to reduce stress and promote wellbeing.
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Senior Life Is Stressful
Aging can bring new joys and new challenges, from health issues to finances and loneliness. We can support healthy aging with mindfulness programs that reduce stress and enhance psychological wellbeing.
Seniors engaged in enrichment programs have reported greater concentration, improved mood, less worry, and increased awareness of stressors. Other perceived benefits include feelings of kindness, compassion, and patience towards themselves and others.
VR For Elder Wellness
How can we reduce stress for seniors, and inspire joy and relaxation? Enter virtual reality.
For nearly 20 years, VR has been used to treat psychological disorders, reduce pain and anxiety, and promote emotional wellbeing. Visual’s WellnessVR platform is currently being used to alleviate stress and enrich the lives of seniors. VR experiences can now be delivered effectively and affordably in senior care through smartphones and mobile VR headsets.
WellnessVR offers seniors a “mindfulness reset”: An immersive, calming experience that’s easy to use. By combining relaxing 360º natural environments with optional guided meditations, WellnessVR helps alleviate stress by activating the body’s natural relaxation response.
The Problem: Workplace Stress
Job stress is the major source of stress for American adults, and it’s escalating. 80% of workers feel stress on the job, and nearly half of those say they need help learning to manage that stress. Workplace stress results in less healthy workers, strained relationships, higher healthcare costs, and lower productivity.
VR For Workplace Wellness
How can we reduce workplace stress, inspire our teams and live a more balanced life? Enter virtual reality.
WellnessVR offers workers a “mindfulness reset”: An immersive, calming experience that’s easy to use anywhere. By combining relaxing 360º natural environments with optional guided meditations, WellnessVR helps alleviate the stress-inducing “fight or flight” response by activating the body’s natural relaxation response.