Feel Stress Free App Review

I'm a super stressy person, so anything I can do to try and reduce that, I'll probably try at least once. When I found out about the Feel Stress Free app, I knew I had to give it a shot and I've been trying it out for a little while now to see if it works for me. 

The app has 4 relaxation methods: Calm Breathing, Meditation, Deep Muscle and Self Hypnosis (which I was way too scared to try) which you unlock as you go along. They are all acompanied by soothing music and you are helpfully guided through each exercide too, which is helpful for novices. 

For Calm Breathing and Meditation, you can choose how long you would like to perform the exercise, but Deep Muscle and Self Hypnosis are set times (which aren't stated when you start the exercise). Being able to choose how long you carry out the breathing and meditation means you can fit it easily into your day, but since you need a quiet environment, you'd probably be better doing it before bed than when you're out and about. 

The app also has a Zen garden that you can design yourself and a section where you are able to check your progress and send motivational messages to other users, which is pretty cute. It allows you to track your mood over time, which is one thing I do really rate about this app as it would be really helpful if you're trying to work out what things in your life are your biggest sources of stress. 

The app is free to download, but you then have to sign up to a subscription of £4.99 a month and honestly, I don't like the idea of a monthly subscription. I feel as though the app is probably something I'd download with good intentions and never actuallu use but forget to cance, but if you think it will work for you, you can try it online here or download it on the App Store or Play Store - I'm just not sure it's right for me. 

Disclaimer: products featured in this post were sent to me by brands in return for honest reviews but the opinions are entirely my own.


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