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The Resony app
Where can I download the Resony app?
The Resony app is available to download for free from the Apple and Play stores.
What does the Resony app do exactly?
Resony is designed to help you to reduce negative stress and anxiety, and improve low mood, by building positive resources for resilience. It offers 6 scientifically-validated techniques based on a unique mind-body approach for stress and resilience. The app enables you to track your well-being, receive personalised techniques, and control your body’s natural stress responses.
Is the Resony app free?
We have both a free and paid version of the app. You can download and use the free version without any time limit. The free version does not give you access to all the modules and resources that you get in the paid version – but you still have access to many of the most important ones that can really help you manage your anxiety and stress.
How much is the paid version of the app?
If you wish to upgrade to the paid version of the app, you can either pay for an annual or monthly subscription. The pricing of the app is £49.99 for an annual subscription, or £5.99 per month for a monthly subscription.
What extra is included in the paid version?
The paid version of the Resony app gets you access to all 6 modules without any restrictions or locked content. With the free version, you only have access to 2 of the modules within the full Resony app.
I have a problem getting the app to work - where can I get help?
Is the app based on credible science?
The app has been developed in conjunction with Dr. Peter Gruenewald, who is a worldwide renowned stress and resilience expert. This means that highly credible science has been incorporated right into the app so you can be assured that the exercises you are doing within the app are based on scientifically proven techniques and protocols.
How long do I need to use the app for?
You can achieve good results with the Resony app from as little as just 10 minutes use per day. We recommend that for best results, you use the app most days for a period of at least 6 weeks, but you are free to continue using the app for as long as you need it and find it beneficial.
Is the app suitable for more serious anxiety conditions such as Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)?
Yes, the app can be used a wide range of anxiety including Generalised Anxiety Disorder. Because you can pick and choice which specific modules you compete within the app, you can tailor it towards your unique requirements and the particular level and intensity of anxiety that you are currently experiencing.
Should I use the app if I have other conditions alongside my Anxiety?
This depends on the specific combination of conditions that you have, as there are some conditions where use of the app might not be the best option. We recommend that you consult a medical professional to get advice on whether the app is a good option for you if you have one or more other conditions besides anxiety.
Does the app install any software or code on my smartphone?
No, when you download the Resony app it does not install any other third-party software or applications on your device. We take privacy and data protection very seriously and would not do anything to compromise your data.
Is my data and personal details protected when I use the app?
Your login to the app is tied to your email address, so no-one can log in to your account unless they have your email and other personal information. All of our backend systems are fully protected so that only you can access your data.
How do I upgrade to a paid subscription?
Simply login to your free account in the app and click to access one of the paid modules – you’ll then be prompted to enter your payment details and other required information to unlock that module by upgrading to a paid account.
How can I cancel a paid subscription?
You can cancel a paid subscription you have with us at any time. Because we are an app, you have to cancel your subscription either through your Google Play account or your Apple App Store account. You’ll need to access your account in the respective store, and then navigate to the section listing your paid apps and use the options there to cancel your subscription with us. If you need any help with this at any time then please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to assist you.
How do I find out the status of my paid subscription?
You’ll have to do this through either your Google Play acccount or App Store account that you subscribed to the app from. Simply log in to the Google Play or App Store account that you signed up with, and navigate to the paid subscriptions section where you’ll be able to see the status of your subscription including details such as renewal date and payment amounts etc.
Will I get a receipt for my paid subscription?
Yes, you’ll receive an email receipt either from the Google Play store or the App Store confirming your purchase.
Anxiety & Stress
What is Anxiety & Fear?
Why do I feel anxious?
What can I do to reduce fear and anxiety?
What is Stress?
Why do i feel stressed?
How can I reduce the negative impact of stress?
What is the Fight or Flight Response?
What is the Freeze and Flop Response?
What is low mood?
How can I reduce low mood?
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us. Mindfulness is a quality that every human being already possesses, it’s not something you have to conjure up, you just have to learn how to access it.
What does Mindfulness encompass?
What are the Mindfulness techniques we offer?
What are the specific benefits of Mindfulness?
Mindfulness improves well-being. Increasing your capacity for mindfulness supports many attitudes that contribute to a satisfied life. Being mindful makes it easier to savor the pleasures in life as they occur, helps you become fully engaged in activities, and creates a greater capacity to deal with adverse events. By focusing on the here and now, many people who practice mindfulness find that they are less likely to get caught up in worries about the future or regrets over the past, are less preoccupied with concerns about success and self-esteem, and are better able to form deep connections with others.
Mindfulness improves physical health. If greater well-being isn’t enough of an incentive, scientists have discovered that mindfulness techniques help improve physical health in a number of ways. Mindfulness can: help relieve stress, treat heart disease, lower blood pressure, reduce chronic pain, , improve sleep, and alleviate gastrointestinal difficulties.
Mindfulness improves mental health. In recent years, psychotherapists have turned to mindfulness meditation as an important element in the treatment of a number of problems, including: depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, couples’ conflicts, anxiety disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
What is Resonance Breathing?
As you practice this exercise once or twice daily for 5 to 10 minutes
What are the benefits of Resonance Breathing?
There have been hundreds of scientific studies performed in relation to resonance breathing, which show a wide array of benefits, including:
- Increases pulmonary function
- Lowers blood pressure
- Has positive applications for anxiety and depression
- Improves baroreflex gain
- Improves heart rate variability
- Tones the vagus nerve
- Increases resiliency
- Increases the ability to handle stress
- Leads towards emotional balance
- Clinical improvements in asthma
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
What is Progressive Muscle Relaxation?
As the muscles get tensed and relaxed, the level of tension in this muscle group will sink below base line, which allows to relax the whole muscular system of the body via a spinal reflex. Once the body is relaxed, the brain considers that we are safe and will allow the mind to follow suit into a deep state of relaxation.
How does Progressive Muscle Relaxation work within the Resony app?
After a while you will not need the sound file anymore as you will know how to do this exercise by yourself.
Where did Progressive Muscle Relaxation come from?
In 1929, Jacobson published the book Progressive Relaxation, which included a detailed procedure for removing muscular tension. His work led to the use of the word
What are CBT-Based Techniques?
What are the CBT-based techniques we offer?
What is third wave CBT?
Like any field of thought or science, psychotherapy is constantly changing and being added to.
The third wave we are now seeing is in response to cognitive therapy, and it has been in progress for over a decade. So, it is often called ‘third wave CBT therapy’, as it is an attempt to troubleshoot and progress the tools of cognitive therapy.
The third wave is a movement away from the cognitive focus on what we think and feel, and towards a focus on how we relate to what we think it feel.
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