PsiAppsInc Releases Self-help Apps for iPhone

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Two new apps for Apple iPhones have been released to the iTunes App Store in the Healthcare and Medical Categories by PsiAppsInc. They are iStress and Psychmeds and are available for download immediately.

PsiApps, Inc. has released two beneficial and effective self-help applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch available at the Apple iTunes Store.

iStress is a comprehensive multimodal stress management application to teach stress management skills and produce a calm, relaxed life style by teaching relaxation techniques and thinking skills to combat stress and anxiety. It is the only stress management application of its kind that includes a module that lets users identify negative, stress-producing thoughts and replace them with reframed positive ones in both text and auditory formats. It also employs the use of humor and encouraging sayings to help develop an ongoing healthy life style and stress reducing skills over time.

PsychMeds is an application that enables users to objectively monitor symptoms related to medications prescribed by a physician or psychiatrist. PsychMeds provides a graph of symptoms over time and provides objective information for the user and their physician to monitor the effects of medication(s).

Professionals who work with individuals concerning stress and symptom response to psychiatric medications developed these applications. Feedback regarding effective techniques provided by clients and behavioral research was incorporated into the development of these applications.

Visitors to our website are invited to download a free Relaxation MP3 audio file that is one component of the iStress multimodal stress management application.

PsiAppsInc. is dedicated to developing and providing self-help mobile platform applications for smartphones such as iPhone. We welcome suggestions for future applications and for enhancing our current programs.

For more information or to download the free Relaxation MP3, log on to http://


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