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    Relaxation Apps to Help Your Brain Unwind

     

    Relax Yourself

    Helping your brain to unwind can be hard when you’re working in such a creative and buzzing environment. Your mind is constantly full of ideas, concepts, schedules, deadlines… It’s easy to get lost in all the clutter. So we’re telling you now – Take a break! We’ve developed a list of our top 4 relaxation apps to help you to unravel and chill out after a particularly stressful day at work. So sit back, relax, and enjoy!

     

    Check These Out

    Sleep Pillow

    Sleep-Pillow

    Created by Clear Sky Apps, Sleep Pillow is an app to help ease your mind to sleep. It offers a mix of soothing sounds and a built-in 12-hour sleep timer with a fade in alarm. The app is available only on Apple platforms (iPhones, iPads, Mac) for no charge.

    Stress Tracker

    Stress-TrackerA team of professional psychologists and researchers who base their studies on the Cognitive Behavioural Therapy creates this smart app. It tracks your mood throughout the day, identifies the stressors, and shows you how to deal with it and avoid them. This free app is available on Androids, iPhones and iPads.

    Count Sheep

    Count-Sheep

    This one is pretty self-explanatory. The Count Sheep App is exactly what the title states – a sheep counter. You know the old-age saying of counting sheep to help you sleep? Well the creator of this app helps you to visualise it. With the calming lullabies playing in the background, and the good HD graphics, this app is worth the £0.69p. It’s available on iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch.

    Relax Melodies

    Relax-Melodies

    Relax Melodies, created by Ipnos Software, is another sleep-aid app that uses ambient sounds and white noises to help you create a peaceful mind. With great features, such as being able to mix your own sounds or add your own music, this app is definitely worth a download. And the best thing? It’s free! Available on Androids, iPhones, iPads, Macs and Window Phones.

     

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  • Eve said:

    Another great one is Stop Breathe & Think (http://stopbreathethink.org/). A few of my flatmates use it and really recommend it!

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    • inajw said:

      Hi Eve, thanks for sharing this :)

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  • April Davis Marketing Specialist said:

    This works best when you let go. Put the phone down then turn it off. lol

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    • inajw said:

      Haha, but for us techie-geeks, it's harder than it seems :)

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