The Science

PlaeyPulse™ is our proprietary well-being assessment based on frameworks developed by renowned psychologists, neuroscientists, and health experts.
Just as you might use a fitness assessment to guide your physical training, PlaeyPulse™ is a diagnostic tool to assess and optimize your well-being, guiding you on your path to your best self. In just 25 questions, you'll have a better understanding of your well-being needs so you can better navigate your inner well-being journey.
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Your well-being, across six dimensions


What sets PlaeyPulse apart

Taking care of your inner self is akin to building your core strength.

What you can expect

A personalized roadmap for building your internal core strength, setting you on a course for sustainable well-being and happiness.
Reduced Stress
Just as 30-60 minutes of weekly strength training has been shown to reduce mortality by 10-17%, regular mindfulness practices have been found to reduce symptoms of stress by up to 40%.1
Improved Relationships
If you knew that social isolation has the same risks as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, wouldn't you prioritize social health? Similar to how physical fitness communities foster well-being,2 Plaey connects you to local communities to boost your sense of connection.
Enhanced Productivity
Physical exercise can increase your cognitive function by up to 12%. Similarly, positive social interactions can boost your performance by up to 20%.3
Boosted Resilience
Just as cardio workouts improve heart health, resilience training can reduce the likelihood of developing mental health disorders by 11%.4


(1) Madhav Goyal, MD, MPH; Sonal Singh, MD, MPH; Erica M. S. Sibinga, MD, MHS; et al. "Meditation Programs for Psychological Stress and Well-being," JAMA Internal Medicine 2014
(2) Holt-Lunstad J, Smith TB, Layton JB. "Social Relationships and Mortality Risk: A Meta-Analytic Review," 2010
(3) "Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community," 2000
(4) Joyce S, Shand F, Tighe J, Laurent SJ, Bryant RA, Harvey SB. "Road to resilience: a systematic review and meta-analysis of resilience training programmes and interventions," BMJ Open 2018