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Stress Check 2

By Azumio Inc.

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The secret to keeping your stress under control is to understand the cause and your response to it.

Stress Check 2 turns your iPhone into a smart device that quantifies your physical and emotional stress level. Try it now.

We use the same proven technology from Instant Heart Rate to detect your heart pulse and objectively measure the effects of stress on your body. Describe your mood by selecting energy and positivity level. Select stressors to combine your subjective emotional stress into the overall result.

★ Quantify your level of stress using heart data
★ Mood selection using energy and positivity
★ Simple tracking of different stressors
★ Follow your progress over time
★ Advanced analysis of your data in Stress Lab
★ Poincare plot of your heart pulse - cool visualization now on the iPhone

New in Stress Check 2:
★ Self assessment of emotional stress
★ New faster algorithm for physiological stress
★ Poincare plot analysis of your heart pulse data

Everyone has experienced changes in heart rate before taking an exam, giving a public speech, or when exercising. Not only does your heart rate increase, but the intervals between consecutive heartbeats changes as well. By Poincare plot analysis of your pulse data, using your iPhone's built-in camera, we can estimate your level of physiological stress in less than a minute!

Stress Check 2 utilizes Azumio patented algorithm, based on Poincare plot analysis of your heart pulse, to determine physiological stress. Overall Stress level is derived by combining physiological stress data with emotional self-assessment of stress. Our algorithms follow recommendations of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and the North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology (NASPE).

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Less stress, more life!

★★★★★ Azumio Team ★★★★★

What's New in Version 2.4.4399

Performance enhancements
iOS7 suport

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Customer Reviews

Love it!

So far I haven't had any
issues with it. I only gave it 4 stars, because they really need a place to write in 100 words or less why you had increased stress. The only other irritating issue, is when you try to give feedback or get support it takes you to a none mobile friendly site. Same way you have to set up your profile, if you choose not to log in with fb id.

Nice Job, I love APPLE.

Nice application I love Apple compared to Google's crap that they have one thing you can count on with an Apple product or somebody who designed a product for Apple is safety consistency and a real honest-to-goodness application.

I definitely have been using it on a regular basis and it is pretty darn accurate for sure or it's a great placebo thanks anyway Rob.

Fake, Wasted Money!

This app somehow takes a reading from your finger then asks you to rate your energy level on a chart.

I've had this app for four months already and tested myself more than 20 times. Something just wasn't adding up with my results.

Today, I tested when I was really stressed after my daughter had a tantrum. After reading my pulse, the app asks you to tell them on a map how you feel. I decided to lie and say I was feeling neutral even though I was boiling and it had already read my pulse.

The results showed I was only 45% stressed. I'm thinking it takes what info I gave on the chart on how I was feeling rather than using any info on my pulse. Not even sure it was really reading my pulse at all otherwise it would be able to tell that I was stressed.

I'm feeling scammed by this "cool high-tech finger reading" app.

Waste of money!