AirMood is an easy to use and minimalistic app to guide you through deep breathing exercise. Deep breathing or belly breathing is natural and relaxing breathing technique that can help you become more present and relaxed.
MORE ABOUT DEEP BREATHING
Belly breathing, abdominal breathing or deep breathing is natural and relaxed form of breathing that is done by contracting the diaphragm where air enters the lungs and the belly expands during this type of breathing. Deep breathing occurs naturally when there is no present danger in the environment.
Whenever you are stressed or not feeling safe, your body tends to switch to chest breathing or lower the oxygen intake.
Consciously breathing deeply for few minutes signalise your body, that it is not in danger and can switch back to relaxed state.
- simple and minimalistic design to help you focus
- advanced configuration, where you can configure colours, inhale, exhale and exercise durations
- reminders to keep you on track
- integration with Health app, so you can see your breathing exercises as your minutes of mindfulness and measure your progress
ISSUES OR FEEDBACK
If you have questions, feedback or having issues with the app, you can use built-in feature to contact us or you can write an email to email@example.com.
We hope, that this small deep breathing exercise will make your life better!
- fixed bug that prevented from opening application's settings
- fixed bug that prevented from saving multiple reminders
Sorry for that and thanks for your patience.
Ratings and Reviews
Can we change the colors? Green's too bright when I have a migraine, how about blues or purples?
Favorite breathing app
Unlike many others I have tried, this app doesn't have an ugly UI and doesn't try to force music or pictures of nature on me. It works flawlessly. I would enjoy a couple of simple options, like the ability to change the breath indicator's color, and the ability to set different time lengths for inhale/exhale-- but with or without those things, this is an excellent tool to help manage my anxiety in a neat package. Thanks!
Seriously? An app to tell you to breathe?
Not only is this probably the dumbest app I've ever seen, they expect you to pay $.99 to teach you how to do something your brain has been doing since the second you were born?
If your anxiety is so bad that you need an app to teach you how to slow down your breathing, then therapy is probably your best option.
- CreativeFactory s. r. o.
- 21.2 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 and watchOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2015 CreativeFactory s.r.o.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.