June 21, 2022 4 min read

MOJO wristbands  have been popular for the last ten years with athletes and horse riders looking for an edge, as well as people who just want to improve their health.

More and more people worldwide are suffering from the crippling effects of anxiety, and you may have heard of or seen Anxiety Bracelets on the market.

This post gives you an idea of how anxiety bracelets work. We explore whether a Mojo wristband is considered an anxiety bracelet and give you an insight into the feedback we get from Mojo users regarding their anxiety.

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is the feelings of unease, worry or fear that we have all felt at one time or another. These feelings can be mild or severe and are perfectly natural. We may feel anxious about attending a first date, a job interview, or a medical appointment.
Some of us, however, struggle to control these feelings, and often the feeling of anxiety impacts life on a day-to-day basis.

anxiety wristband 

“The truth is that anxiety is at once a function of biology and philosophy, body and mind, instinct and reason, personality, and culture. Even as anxiety is experienced at a spiritual and psychological level, it is scientifically measurable at the molecular level and the physiological level. It is produced by nature, and it is produced by nurture. It’s a psychological phenomenon and a sociological phenomenon. In computer terms, it’s both a hardware problem (I’m wired badly) and a software problem (I run faulty logic programs that make me think anxious thoughts)”

Scott Stossell 'My Age of Anxiety 

 

Anxiety is usually the defining symptom of conditions such as:

  • Panic Disorder 
  • Phobias
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Social Anxiety Disorder

    What Can Cause Anxiety?

    Although the causes of anxiety are not entirely known, we accept that the following situations may increase the risk of suffering from anxiety.

    • Increased brain activity for emotions and behaviour.
    • Imbalanced brain chemicals relating to mood regulation, including serotonin and noradrenaline.
    • GeneticsIt is suggested that children of sufferers of General Anxiety Disorder are five times more likely to develop the condition.
    • History of traumatic experiences, including domestic violence, abuse or bullying.
    • Suffering from long-term pain.
    • Drug or Alcohol abuse.
    • Exposure to Electro Magnetic Fields. [1] [2]

    How to Relieve Anxiety

    There are several therapies that can help people with anxiety, including   Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Healthy eating, exercise , and avoiding alcohol and cigarettes can help reduce anxiety.

     


    There is also evidence to suggest that reducing our exposure to EMF can reduce the likelihood of anxiety.

    What is an Anxiety Bracelet?

    The term anxiety bracelet has gained traction recently, not least since people have become more aware of their mental health during covid times.

    An anxiety bracelet will fall into one of two categories.

    1. An artefact worn on the wrist that is significant to the wearer. This anxiety bracelet may include a religious symbol, a sentimental gift, an inspirational message or perhaps a comforting texture.
    2. A wristband or bracelet claiming to reduce anxiety symptoms by interacting with the body. This type of anxiety bracelet may include magnet bracelets, healing stones bracelets, a crystal bracelet, or in the case of Mojo, holographic technology.

    Is Mojo an Anxiety Bracelet?

     

    MOJO wristbands  are not marketed as an anxiety bracelet in the traditional sense. Let me explain why.

    Several stigmas are attached to the term Anxiety Bracelet, and people are often put off by the pseudo-science associated with them.

    “At MOJO, we believe it's important to be transparent and provide research-based information alongside testimonials and reviews when promoting our products. We feel this is especially important in today's climate, where there are many companies making unsubstantiated claims with the sole goal of making money.”

     

    MOJO products interact with the body’s bioelectrical field and potentially promote a more harmonious internal environment by negating the effects of electro pollution from EMF, 5G, and RF.

     A 2006 study  [1] had the following results.

    “This study indicated increased symptoms including depression, anxiety, hostility, paranoia, interpersonal sensitivity, and obsession compulsion among exposed workers. A significant relationship was observed between the exposure of electromagnetic field and psychological symptoms.”


    This study [2] also found that workers who were exposed to higher levels of EMF were more likely to experience anxiety symptoms. However, they also found that younger workers who had recently been exposed to EMF were at increased risk of suicide.

    Many customers report feeling better physically, mentally, and emotionally after using MOJO products, with many citing stress relief and anxiety reduction as key benefits.

    You may not know it, but buying a MOJO wristband could be your first step towards finding the perfect anxiety bracelet – for yourself or a loved one!

    References

    [1] Yousefi HA. PhD, Nasiri P. PhD 

    Psychological Effects of Occupational Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields

    Dept. of Occupational Health, School of Public Health,Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Iran, Dept. of Occupational Health, School of Public Health,Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

    [2] Van Wijngaarden E, Savitz DA, Kleckner RC, et al
    Exposure to electromagnetic fields and suicide among electric utility workers: a nested case-control study
    Occupational and Environmental Medicine2000;57:258-263.

    Mojo Europe does not claim that any products offered are intended to prevent, cure, mitigate, treat, or diagnose illness. If you believe you have a health problem, you should consult a doctor or health professional.