Stress Relief Games

Stress relief games can lower blood pressure, tension, pain, anxiety and depression. The games featured here are of the highest quality, specially designed by experts in the field of stress reduction.

Stress relief games have become increasingly sophisticated biofeedback tools for training you to enter a state of deep relaxation and achieve conscious control over your autonomic nervous system (bodily functions such as heart rate) in order to remain calm, focused, relaxed and healthy in your daily life.

The Journey to Wild Divine is a multi-media game with beautiful 3-dimensional scenes in which you encounter challenges that must be overcome by using mental functions that normally function independently of your conscious awareness. You connect to the game through electrodes that attach to your fingers, which monitor your physical responses (heart rate, heart rate variability, and skin conductance).

The games features Deepak Chopra, M.D., Dean Ornish, M.D., Andrew Weil, M.D. and other leading alternative health experts.

“The Journey
lets people influence
what is happening in
their body, in their mind,
and in the world that
they create every day.”

Deepak Chopra, M.D

The Latest in the Wild Divine Series: Healing Rhythms

“One of the most important tools you
can incorporate into your life, to
effect the quality of your life, is a
deeper, slower breathing practice.
The exercises in Relaxing Rhythms
help you do just that.”

Andrew Weil, M.D


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Stopping Emotional Eating

Stress accounts for up to 90% of all medical problems and doctor visits. Chronic stress not only affects our peace of mind, causes anxiety, panic, depression, insomnia, irritability, poor concentration and a host of other mental/emotional problems -- it also leads to serious medical problems such as heart disease, autoimmune disorders, sexual dysfunction and digestive problems.

Learn more about the effects of chronic stress and why the time to make a change is now. Reduce these symptoms of stress with stress relief games.

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