Leveraging Biosensors for Enhanced Family Dynamics: Strategies for Mental Health and Well-being in the Digital Age

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 9-18
By

Ushaa Eswaran

Vivek Eswaran

Keerthna Murali

Vishal Eswaran

  1. Principal and Professor Department of Electrical Communication, Engineering, Indira Institute of Technology and Sciences, Markapur Andhra Pradesh India
  2. Senior Software Engineer Tech Lead at Medallia, Austin Texas United States
  3. Secure Connection: Cybersecurity Site Reliability Engineer II (SRE) at Dell EMC | CKAD | AWS CSAA, Austin Texas United States
  4. Senior Data Engineer CVS Health Centre, Dallas Texas United States

Abstract

This study investigates the integration of biosensors as innovative solutions for optimizing family dynamics and promoting mental health and well-being in the digital era. By exploring the intersection of biosensor technology with family interactions, communication patterns, and conflict resolution strategies, this study offers practical insights and recommendations for leveraging biosensors to strengthen familial relationships and support individual mental health. Through a multidisciplinary approach, combining psychology, sociology, and biosensor engineering, this study provides actionable strategies for harnessing biosensor data to enhance family cohesion, resilience, and overall well-being in the context of modern technology-mediated family life.

Keywords: Biosensors, family dynamics, mental health, well-being, digital age, communication, conflict resolution, resilience, technology integration

[This article belongs to Journal of Communication Engineering & Systems(joces)]

How to cite this article: Ushaa Eswaran, Vivek Eswaran, Keerthna Murali, Vishal Eswaran. Leveraging Biosensors for Enhanced Family Dynamics: Strategies for Mental Health and Well-being in the Digital Age. Journal of Communication Engineering & Systems. 2024; 14(01):9-18.
How to cite this URL: Ushaa Eswaran, Vivek Eswaran, Keerthna Murali, Vishal Eswaran. Leveraging Biosensors for Enhanced Family Dynamics: Strategies for Mental Health and Well-being in the Digital Age. Journal of Communication Engineering & Systems. 2024; 14(01):9-18. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/joces/article=2024/view=140025





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Volume 14
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Received March 25, 2024
Accepted March 29, 2024
Published April 5, 2024