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Taking the Shame Out of Emotions

I remember when I first started to become aware of my emotions. When someone would ask “how are you?”, my reply would either be “I’m good!” or “I’m not so good”. I wasn’t aware that there were alternatives to these replies based on the variety of emotions that I may be feeling. It took me a while to be able to identify which feeling I was experiencing at any given moment, and even longer for me to understand that I could be feeling more than one emotion at a time. Identifying my emotions was not something anyone had ever explained or tried to teach me. But I have learned that when we take the time to understand our own emotions and patterns, we can be in control of those feelings rather than having them control us.

“Understanding your body’s natural language keeps you in control of your emotions, so when you feel something strongly you are able to work through those feelings, not against them.”

I’m sure we have all been told at one point or another to “stop being so emotional”. Whether at work or in our personal lives, we are expected to maintain a certain level of “control” over how we are feeling. However, there is a major problem with that thought process. How are we supposed to “control” our emotions if we are not able to actively identify them? Emotions rule all of our decisions. Everything from what we choose to buy to who we interact with are decisions that are made based on how we are feeling. These emotions are always changing and have varying intensities that can make it difficult to understand them or look at them objectively. But every emotion is valuable because it contributes to how we make decisions, so being able to identify them is crucial. Which is exactly why we created EverStrong.

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Strengthen emotional intelligence and improve mindfulness with the EverStrong app

Simple, clinically-chosen exercises to instantly manage stress now available on iOS and Android from Zen Health Technologies.

Zen Health Technologies™ today announced that its EverStrong App is now available for iOS and Android. EverStrong™ is a new mobile app to help users improve emotional intelligence and self-awareness through clinically-chosen mental fitness exercises. EverStrong is now available for an extended free trial through June 16, 2020, and can be downloaded at: 

“The simple exercises available through the EverStrong app immediately relieve stress and help you feel better.”

EverStrong combines science with ancient mindfulness training to strengthen emotional intelligence. After selecting specific goals such as “Ease Stress” or “Stay Focused,” users complete 30-second mental exercises to help them reach those objectives. Unlike breathing and meditation apps, EverStrong develops mind muscles, emotional strength, and self-awareness.
“Everyone is stressed, anxious, and overwhelmed right now, and the simple exercises available through the EverStrong app immediately relieve stress and help you feel better,” said Sibyl Badugu, Founder and CEO of Zen Health Technologies. “EverStrong brings focus and balance back into people’s lives. By strengthening individual emotions, we can help uplift our families, friends, and communities during this very stressful time.”
EverStrong offers easy, timed exercises by Zen Health Technologies’ health and therapy clinical team. When stress and feelings of burnout hit, users can open EverStrong and complete a 30- to 60-second exercise to handle anxiety and manage emotions. The app also includes a quick exercise to get grounded in the “Break Time” section and a tracker to monitor their progress. EverStrong is now available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play store.

About Zen Health Technologies

Founded in 2015, Zen Health Technologies provides mobile apps, websites, and other technology to help individuals build emotional intelligence, self-awareness, and empowerment. Its flagship product is EverStrong, an app that strengthens emotional intelligence and improves mindfulness. The company continues to develop new, advanced solutions to relieve stress, prevent burnout, and bring balance to people’s lives.