Whether these technologies, like Spire and Muse, will be adopted into the mainstream is yet to be seen. However, it does indicate that the approach to good mental health is becoming less clinical and increasingly inclusive. It is promising to see such examples of user centric design being applied in such a way that can allow for some real autonomy for those that feel that may have lost a sense of control.
The pursuit of improving ourselves and embracing new technology are key characteristics of our modern-day lifestyle, so it may be no surprise we now can shop a plethora of gadgets and apps to support our physical health. As tech giants such as Apple muscle in on the health sphere it will be interesting to see how wellness, and its accessibility, will come into the digital fold.