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What’s new. March 2018.

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Hey there! Our team has had a busy few months. We launched Welltory 2.0, made data collection easier, worked on adding custom tags (they’re almost here :), changed the app’s onboarding and much more. We got so caught up with our projects that we’ve had to put off our monthly updates. But there’s no better […]

What’s new. November 2017.

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Hey there! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving and are ready for the winter holidays. Our team got a lot done in November! We looked through your reviews, corrected errors, made changes to the interface, and got ready to launch some major changes! They will be out soon. In the meantime, we’ve made some updates that […]

5 Healthy Ways to Reduce the Stress in Your Life

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We have a lot of stress riding on our shoulders today. According to a 2015 survey from the American Psychological Association, more than 25% of American adults reported being under extreme stress. Additionally, this same report found that stress levels at the time rose form 4.9 in 2014 to 5.1 in 2015 on a 10-point […]

What’s new. October 2017

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October was a busy month, and we have a lot to share with you 🙂 Here’s what changed In the Measure tab Added a big overall score at the top of the Measurement details screen. Find out how many parameters look good right away. Updated the structure and texts in Measurement details to make it […]

Ways to relieve stress and anxiety naturally

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All posts / Anxiety / Burnout / Coping with stress / How to relax / Meditation / Relieve stress / Stress / Stress at work

If you’re an adult living in modern society, you likely experience stress related symptoms like headaches, insomnia, low energy, frequent colds, and nausea. While some stress is not bad for you, chronic stress can take a toll on your body and pose a serious threat to your physical and mental health. “Stress is like a violin,” […]

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