The Stress Tracker app was created by a team of leading clinical psychologists and researchers using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Mindfulness principles. It provides an all-in-one personal stress management app that tracks, identifies, and helps relieve your daily stress and is currently free. Stress Tracker app is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod (free) as well as for 5.99 for Android ( Stress Tracker Android app).
Here are the features as listed in the App Store:
a) Tracks your individual stress levels, moods, sources of stress, symptoms, and lifestyle/behaviors in real-time with just a few simple taps;
b) Includes a special note section to help you identify the most successful coping strategies;
c) Allows you to personalize your experience by creating categories of your own;
d) Displays all entries in virtual diary views;
e) Displays history and trends in daily, weekly, and monthly bar charts;
f) Brings insights into your emotional wellbeing by providing rankings for top sources of stress, symptoms, and lifestyle/behaviors impacting personal stress and general health and wellness.
g) Includes a 6-point checklist for those who need immediate stress relief during a high-stress situation.
h) Empowers you to take solid action steps to improve personal resiliency and emotional wellbeing through the Action Steps section. This section provides evidence-based expert knowledge and practical information that guides you to make healthy choices.
i) Helps you enhance personal health and wellness goals by providing additional free tools and tips through the online community on AboveStress.com* (an account is developed with the use of the app)
j) Your data will be automatically backed up online so that you do not have to worry about losing it.
Here are some images of the app on iPhone:
The Stress Tracker app provides identification as well as prompts solutions for stress management. In app purchases for progressive muscle relaxation and imagery are available. More information is on the app is available at the Above Stress.com website. I have not trialed this app but for free may be worth trialing. There are a number of other mood and stress apps (such as Mood Tracker, PTSD Coach) available on the market currently to trial.
If you are using any please share your suggestions and experience!