Panic Attacks? Deal with panic attacks & anxiety

Version: 1.3 | Cost: Entirely Free

Level 0 - Simple Wellbeing
Country: US
Category: Stress and Anxiety
Released: 24/04/2012
Updated: 04/01/2017
Version: 1.3
Size: 54mb
Developer: Geert Verschaeve
Reviewed On: 26/01/2018
This App achieved an ORCHA score of 80%.

It was assessed as a Level 0 App. These apps are designed to support general wellbeing and have limited feature sets and don’t collect any data. Because they are not health focussed and do not collect data we only assess their compliance in the User Experience domain.

This App does collect data and it is therefore assessed and scored based on its performance in the Data and security and User Experience sections of our review.

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This FREE app will help you when you have Panic Attacks or anxiety attacks. I've had panic attacks myself for 14 years and overcame them. In the app, you'll find various ways to find relaxation. 1- Voice Guided Relaxation Session 2- Other relaxing sounds (ocean, campfire) But you will also get specific Audio Tips to deal with a Panic Attack or an Anxiety Attack. Furthermore, I've created some Videos about Panic Attacks and anxiety attacks where I explain what happens in your body when you feel nervous and anxious. You'll also learn what to do to relax. Relaxation is a strong antidote against phobias and anxieties. Good Luck! Geert
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