FluxWear Brother-Sister Inventor Duo

By March 3, 2022No Comments

The Envision OC team has been given the opportunity to share the stories of local Orange County entrepreneur siblings Kamran and Nadia Ansari. The young inventors Kamran, 16 and Nadia, 18 have started their own revolutionary company, called FluxWear in 2020. 


FluxWear is a wearable tech company determined to help those struggling with stress, anxiety and chronic pain manage their symptoms. Their premiere product, SHIFT, is a wearable neuromodulation device designed to help users achieve a meditative state and attain the health benefits of meditation, such as reduced stress and pain, increased focus and deeper sleep. 

This company started when Nadia was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré in 2017. GBS is a rare, autoimmune disorder in which a person’s own immune system damages the nerves, causing muscle weakness and sometimes paralysis. Kamran continued to see his sister struggle to manage the chronic pain induced by this illness, he decided to take matters into his own hands to help his sister. That is when Kamran came up with the company’s main product called SHIFT – the wearable meditation device that utilizes PEMF technology to help place users in an effective meditative state to more easily attain the desired health benefits of meditation in just 25 minutes. With SHIFT being able to ease Nadia’s pain, and has enabled her to return to a degree of normalcy in her life, it was then that Kamran realized that Nadia was not alone. There are many people around the world who want to meditate to attain the various health benefits, but find it difficult due to high amounts of stress, anxiety or pain. Orange County is the perfect place to start, grow and get your name out to the public with many other entrepreneurs, that is how the Asari siblings brought their invention to the public.

Kamran Ansari the CEO and Co-Founder of FluxWear created the company and its hero product, SHIFT, in 2020. As CEO, Kamran is responsible for the management and execution of company strategy, manufacturing, and technical development at FluxWear. Before FluxWear, he is a two-time recipient of the Beckman-Chapman Young Scientist Award for his research in pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy, and is a 2020-2022 World Science Scholar. Recently, Kamran has been invited to speak at the Stanford School of Medicine AI + HealthOnline Conference in December 2021.

Nadia Ansari, the COO and Co-Founder of FluxWear, is responsible for the logistics, marketing, and daily operations of FluxWear. In 2020, Nadia was named as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Orange County by the Orange County Register and was inducted into the Gallery of National Young Inventors. She also created an award-winning documentary on chronic pain titled “The Invisible Condition.” Nadia is a member of Creative Healing for Youth in Pain and co-chair of the Youth Council for the International Children’s Advisory Network. 

The EnvisionOC is happy to recognize these siblings who have already accomplished so much for themselves and our community at such a young age, SHIFT is expected to hit the market in 2022. To learn more, visit


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