Download HSC Stress Less apk 1.0.6 free for Android smartphone

8 Feb
HSC Stress Less

Posted by University of Wollongong in Health & Fitness | Feb. 8, 2016 | 9 Comments

Apk file size: 47.0 MB

The HSC Stress Less App has been designed for New South Wales Higher School Certificate (HSC) students to manage their stress and difficult emotions throughout this high pressure year via the use of Mindfulness Meditation. Mindfulness is the art of "intentional attention". That is, being able to step back and observe, in a non-judgemental manner, our inner sensations and experiences.
This app has been designed by the University of Wollongong, Australia, as part of a research project aimed at determining whether using the app helps students to stress less and have better mental health in their HSC year.
The app provides audio guided meditations of varying lengths (from 1 minute to 10 minutes) which will allow students to build up their "Mindfulness Muscle" so that they are better able to "unstick" themselves from stressful feelings. The app allows users to set reminders in their phone or tablet to remind them to practice their Mindfulness skills regularly.

University of Wollongong part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Feb. 8, 2016. Google play rating is 53.3333. Current verison is 1.0.6. Actual size 47.0 MB.

Download hsc-stress-less.apk 47.0 MB

9 Comments

Rachel Peachey

Doesn't work? The interface is great but no media plays I've tried on multiple internet sources :(

Faia & Jae

The media does not seem to play, however it has potential

Janai Peek Clarke

Can't get any media to play :/

Jessica Richards

Media wont play...?

Justin Case

Just a blue screen and nothing else?

akaeid metera

Great app for stressed mind

Harry Drewer

Sucks Doesn't do anything

Rachel Gough

Good Idea, but media doesn't work This app is a great idea, unfortunately the media does not work at all on my phone.

Philip Vincent O'Brien

There's an article in my local paper promoting this. The makers should instead focus on making it work. It certainly doesn't on my phone. Is it an elaborate hoax?

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