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Design and Implementation of Intelligent Human Stress Monitoring System


Volume 10, Issue 1, October 2014, Pages 179–190

 Design and Implementation of Intelligent Human Stress Monitoring System

Mariya Khan, Zoha Rizvi, Muhammad Zakir Shaikh, Warda Kazmi, and Anum Shaikh

Original language: English

Received 19 August 2014

Copyright © 2014 ISSR Journals. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

Abstract


Stress is increasingly pervasive and a fundamental reason for causing 60% of all human ailments and other diseases. Due to the irregular growing pace of life style, stress has become one of the major reasons causing health issues. Stress is experienced by every person almost every single day which is automatically related to the interconnection between the environment and the person itself. This stress may be a danger sign for their lives. So, it is necessary that people should be aware about the consequences of being over stressed, before it leads to some serious health issues. Therefore, we are designing a continuous Intelligent Human Stress Monitoring System(IHSMS) which will be responsible for monitoring the users'/patients' stress levels and providing the continuous feedback about their stress level' and pieces of information related to it.
It will be helpful to the people about their behavior patterns to quite activities which trigger high stress level and anxieties. Our Intelligent Human Stress Monitoring System is based on a wireless body area networks of Intelligent sensors (W.I.S.E) that transmits vital parameters ideal to record stress levels and changes in the stress level' and then transmits aggregated data via internet to hospital and medical health care facilities where they are continuously being observed. In addition to this, our Intelligent Human Stress Monitoring (IHSMS) system provides online signal processing through LabVIEW. In short, our Intelligent Human Stress Monitoring System (IHSMS) will be very beneficial to health care sectors.


Author Keywords: Wireless BAN, W.I.S.E, GSR (skin galvanic response), Telemedicine, labVIEW, IHSMS.


How to Cite this Article


Mariya Khan, Zoha Rizvi, Muhammad Zakir Shaikh, Warda Kazmi, and Anum Shaikh, “Design and Implementation of Intelligent Human Stress Monitoring System,” International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 179–190, October 2014.