The most relaxing iPad and iPhone apps

The most relaxing iPad and iPhone apps

Summary: After a long day, how can you use your iPad to take five minutes and relax?

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TOPICS: Mobility, Apple, Apps, iOS, iPhone, iPad
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  • Breathe2Relax

    Name: Breathe2Relax

    Developer: The National Center for Telehealth and Technology

    Price: Free

    Compatibility: iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

    Breathe2Relax is a stress management tool that providers you information on how stress effects the body -- as well as a catalog of instructions and exercises to limit the impact it has on you mentally and physically. 

    This app focuses on breathing techniques to help with mood stabilization, anger control, and anxiety management. 

    Via: Apple app store

    Image credit: Apple

  • Meditation Oasis

    Name: Meditation Oasis

    Developer: Wizzard Media

    Price: £1.99 ($3)

    Compatibility: iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

    The Meditation Oasis application gives you access to over 30 guided meditations to help you relax. Most are accompanied by music, as well as written instructions and tips for meditative techniques. 

    This app is based on streaming, so you need to have Wi-Fi enabled. 

    Via: Apple app store

    Image credit: Apple

  • Stress Tracker

    Name: Stress Tracker

    Developer: AboveStress Inc.

    Price: Free

    Compatibility: iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

    The Stress Tracker app was created by a team of clinical psychologists and researchers using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques to act as an all-in-one personal stress management assistant.

    By inputting details in to a virtual diary, you can monitor your stress levels, moods, symptoms and lifestyle behaviors that may correspond to increased levels of anxiety -- and so you can identify strategies to help you cope better. 

    Via: Apple app store

    Image credit: Apple

Topics: Mobility, Apple, Apps, iOS, iPhone, iPad

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  • After a long day, how can you use your iPad to take five minutes and relax?

    Really? A WHOLE 5 minutes to relax?

    Wow...how wonderful. But then again, most users of these devices these days...and I am referring to ALL makes & models, not solely Apple...have the attention span of a Flea anyway...so I guess 5 minutes more than they need.
    IT_Fella
  • Personal experience

    I hope this article was not of necessity of personal experience.

    I saw a doctor and asked him about my dreams... Doc what does it mean I keep dreaming of wigwams and tepees? He said I was two tents. :-)

    Peace and tranquility
    greywolf7
  • Relaxing

    Join the real world. Now that the National Parks are open again it is easy.
    Foreseen
  • Guided Meditation iOS App

    Recommend to try my free app Guided Meditation
    * Step by step affirmations and flight through fantastic worlds guide you to the depths of the subconscious
    * The exceptional atmosphere of endless journey helps to calm and clear your mind
    * 12+ Meditation scripts: Breathing, Counting, Body Awareness, Healing, Pain Management, Chakra Healing, Light Protection, Positive Thinking, Learn an Instrument, Learning Language, Produce Calmness, Meditation for Acting
    YouTube: http://youtu.be/o4rUYz7O_lU
    Faust Robinson