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About this app

Have you ever felt like you pushed yourself so much that it actually affected your health, either physically or mentally?

Wish there was a better way to walk that fine line between being productive and overdoing it to the point of triggering stress-related symptoms?

Introducing MyStressAlarm – a handy app that gauges how close you are on any given day to triggering stress-related symptoms. Make data-driven decisions around your workload, how/when to tackle certain tasks or take additional steps to reduce stress. Think of it as your collision avoidance system for stress!

If you’re a hardworking, goal-oriented, ambitious, driven individual always pushing yourself, trying to squeeze more work into each day, and experiencing symptoms that you feel are related to stress such as flare-ups from an autoimmune disorder, heartburn, tension headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, high blood pressure and depression, then MyStressAlarm is for you!

Whether you’re earning a degree, climbing the corporate ladder, starting a side business, training for a big event, or just getting more involved in your kids’ activities, the last thing you need is to deal with stress-related symptoms. MyStressAlarm empowers you to stay focused and productive on your goals and the things that matter to you the most.

MyStressAlarm takes just one minute a day. No training, practice, wearables or sensors needed.

Don't let stress get in the way of success - try MyStressAlarm today!

PLEASE READ: MyStressAlarm app / Perfect Stress, LLC do not provide medical or nutritional advice, nor a substitute for medical or nutritional advice, and is not intended for the prevention, cure or mitigation of a medical condition or disease. This service provides information only. Please consult a physician or nutritionist for advice.

Testimonials here are anecdotal and may not represent typical results. As we gain more experience with the system and more evidence of the typical result, we will disclose the typical results achieved. It should be noted that there is not a universal stress metric that is accepted. So, for example, in weight loss, the metric is, well, how much weight is lost, which is an objective universal metric. In stress reduction, we can measure certain results (blood pressure, weight, health reactions, etc.) but many different things can affect those metrics. As a result, it is hard to disclose a typical result from use of our system.
Updated on
Feb 19, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 3 others
Data isn’t encrypted
You can request that data be deleted