Cool. Thanks for sharing DeLellis. When I searched the app names from the App Store, each of them had very good reviews!
Like you, I also have a relaxation app. Before I sleep at night, I may play the app's relaxation music so I may calm myself from a long day. My mind tends to get very active at night, which can affect my sleep pattern. Other times I can just plug in my earphones at work, then tune into that relaxation app, so I can just forget anything bugging me, and allow it to just fade away.
If you search Psych Drug on a iphone/ipad, you'll see two apps on psychiatric medications. For both apps, I did foot the .99 bill. These two apps list a lot of psychotropic medications, and I am only concerned with a few. However if I ever get on this site, or visit Pub Meds and get lost with all the medical names for prescription drugs, these apps come in real handy. I can even sound impressive to my psychiatrist, since I can pull up esoteric psychiatric jargon from those apps. LOL!
I also have a fitness app. Exercise tends to relax me, so I try to workout as often as I can for managing stress. The app keeps me motivated.
Thanks for the YouTube channel link. I watch a lot of goofy stuff on YouTube so I can laugh at life. Big fan of NigaHiga and CollegeHumor.