Mobile Applications for stress management
Palavras-chave:stress management, mobile applications, intervention, mental health
Stress continues to be one of the challenging of responding in different situations. It evokes negative thoughts and feelings in a person. It is known that there are many ways to reduce stress, like counseling, training, exercise, e.t.c. Although, nowadays, through technology have developed different ways to face with it. There are many applications in smartphones and tablets, which are designed for stress management. These applications contain many and different techniques to reduce stress, such as meditation, mindfulness breathing, cognitive behavior therapy and relaxation techniques.
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