Rize App Revolutionizes Mental Stress And Anxiety Management

in Health and Fitness (F)

[prMac.com] Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom - Moodmap Ltd is proud to announce the release of Rize 5.3, their flagship mobile app for iOS and Android devices. Rize helps users to understand, track, and improve their mental well-being, and to manage their stress and anxiety through a series of simple and engaging exercises which take five minutes per day. Backed By Accelerate Cambridge, The London Institute Of Psychiatry And MindTech, Rize is all about removing the confusion around mental well-being - what it is, how we can help ourselves, and where we can get help. There is already incredible knowledge and advice on this subject. The focus of Rize is to shape this knowledge into something simple and easy to understand that can empower us all to track and improve our own well-being.

Rize will help corporations, employees, students, schools, universities and practically anyone else who feels stressed or anxious. Rize integrates therapeutic concepts into simple, interactive tutorials and workout exercises to maximize one's ability to understand, track and improve their mental condition and well-being, emotional resilience, and overall health and fitness.

John Harper, the CEO and Founder of Rize - who himself grew up in Cambridge - said, "I started with passion and determination to create something that can help everyday people improve an incredibly important part of their well-being which is starting to get more and more recognition. With the invaluable help of Accelerate Cambridge, I am now able to develop this into a sustainable business"

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 56.3 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Rize 5.3 is free, and is available worldwide in the App Store in the Health and Fitness category. An Android version is also available in the Google Play app store. Users can make use of a free seven-day trial. After that they can continue to use Rize through a weekly subscription. Companies, schools and other organizations can also subscribe annually to provide this to their staff/students for free, and there is a tiered pricing structure depending upon their requirements.

MoodMap Ltd was established in 2013 in Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom by John Harper, a graduate from the University of Cambridge. It specializes in integrating essential knowledge and personal practices into mobile apps to help people suffering from depression to recover and flourish. Copyright (C) 2015 MoodMap Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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