Welcome to new year with a ‘Simple Habit’, try the new meditation app
Everybody face problems. No one in today’s world is stress-free, no matter the age. If you are a kid, you must be stressed about the toy you wanted but couldn’t get. If you are a teenager, you may be stressed about exams or may be your growing sexual hormones. So if you want to get rid of stress, try the new meditation app.
If you are an adult, you may be stressed about job security or your love life. All in all, everybody in this world is going through this never-ending phase of stress and depression.
People say meditation is the best therapy to relieve stress. But, then again, you must be busy, STRESSING.
Since, we all have become so much techno-savvy these past years, why not let technology deal with our dilemma.
After all, it does have solution so most of our questions. Well, guess what? Technology does have a solution to our stress as well and that is a new app called ‘Simple Habit’.
‘Simple Habit’ contains fast, five-minute of mindful meditation plans, which we can listen over headphones at any-time and anywhere. Experienced meditation teachers guide your sessions. Yunha Kim, the CEO of ‘Simple Habit’ promises better sleep, more focus, improved memory, and crucially, less stress with the help of the app.
Kim admitted that meditation has changed the way she herself dealt with stress.
Apparently, ‘Simple Habit’ single session can help you focus attention.
But to really get the best from the sessions, some dedication is required.
The app promises that five minutes a day for two to four weeks will really supercharge the initial effect. The sessions are available at iOS and Android platforms with its monthly subscription of $12 or $100 per year.
Also, $400 could get you a lifetime subscription to the sessions.
‘Simple Habit’ is created with the help of of a Harvard psychologist and several mediation teachers. It has been more than six months since the app was first released. Already people from over 115 countries have used it.
If you are stressed and don’t have time for meditation, then ‘Simple Habit’ is your chance.