Miniaturisation of Wearable Sensor for Stress Monitoring Using Electrodermal Activity
|Mohnesh Singh1, Neelam Rup Prakash2
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Earlier a solution for a device for measurement of stress using Electrodermal Activity was provided. As a further challenge to make the device more user friendly for continuous monitoring of Electrodermal Activity an effort to miniaturise the circuit has been made with aim of designing the device in a wristband which can be worn by a person at all times at home or workplace. The aim was to make the device comfortable, light weight and more versatile for logging the data over long periods of time under different stress conditions so that it is available for further clinical correlation medically. Intelligent wearable healthcare system are in demand by the health care industry. This paper therefore presents a solution of miniaturised device to measure stress by monitoring the Electrodermal Activity.