Top 5 mobile apps to help you relax

Wednesday, 21 May 2014 - 3:07pm IST | Place: Pune | Agency: DNA
Had a rough day? Take a few minutes to relax as DNA tells you what apps will help you unwind
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1) Breathe2Relax
Is the work load getting to you? Just relax! Sometimes all you have to do is take a deep breath. Breathe2Relax is a stress management tool which provides detailed information on the effects of stress on the body. It gives instructions and practice exercises that help users learn a stress management skill called diaphragmatic breathing. 
Available on: Android, iPhone, iPad

2) Stretch Exercises 
This App gives the user step by step instructions on what stretching exercises they can do to relax their body and mind. A stretching exercise routine sounds like a time consuming commitment but even taking ten minutes off your work to do these yoga based exercises can help you de-stress a great deal.
Available on: Android

3) Wunderlist
Staying organized is one of the best ways to beat stress. Wunderlist is an application which lets you make and manage your own To-do lists. The best feature of this App is it's simplicity and ease with which you can schedule important tasks of the day. With prompt alerts, Wunderlist ensures that you'll never miss an important meeting again or that you won't forget to pick up your suit from the dry-cleaner.!
Available on: Android, iPhone, iPad

4) Relax Melodies: Sleep & Yoga
Having trouble unwinding towards the end of the day? Put on your earphones and drift into deep relaxation! This top rated application let's you customize a playlist of nature-based sounds like the sound of rainfall, slow waves, birds chirping, waterfalls and leaves rustling. It can also be used to calm your senses in a workplace filled with distractions and loud noises.
Available on: Android, iPhone, iPad  

5) Relax with Andrew Johnson Lite
Hypnotherapist Andrew Johnson has an application which is a guided meditation and hypnosis audio program. It helps fight the stress of everyday life, and helps the user calm down. Johnson speaks slowly and gives instructions to relax one muscle at a time. The free version (Lite) runs for 15 minutes, and is designed for use while sitting in a chair.
Available on: Android, iPhone, iPad

 


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