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Amazon selling shock bracelet to help you curb bad habits

The bracelet goes for about $200 on Amazon and by connecting the device to an app on your iPhone or Android, you can train away bad habits with an electric shock.
Pavlok 2 is a shocking device that helps train your bad habits away. (Photo: Pavlok/Instagram)

(WTHR) – Having trouble with spending too much money or eating too much junk food?

Now, there's a new tool to help you curb bad habits - and it's sold on Amazon.

Pavlok is a "smart wearable device that breaks bad habits."

The bracelet goes for about $200 on Amazon and by connecting the device to an app on your iPhone or Android, you can train away bad habits with an electric shock.

According to the product description on Amazon, the bracelet is used by over 50,000 people to break habits ranging from smoking to oversleeping.

"Breaks bad habits via zaptic feedback, based on 80 years of science-backed, aversion therapy studies," the website states. "Other wearables track what you've already done, only Pavlok 2 can help you change your behavior."

For more information and where to get your own Pavlok 2, click here.