When you download the MyStress app on your mobile phone or tablet, you will have an effective and easy way of monitoring whether you are developing stress symptoms. During the day you can register if you experience stress or feel like you are under pressure and you can mark which symptoms this gives you.
Furthermore the app will give you inspiration as to how you can cope with the pressure.
MyStress contains a calendar, which shows the days you have experienced overload and to what degree the strategy, you used to cope with the pressure, has worked for you.
If the company where you are employed has a license to MyStress
When your employer has bought a license, you can additionally – should you wish to – get a PDF report through the app, which gives you a full overview of the development of your strain for up to 6 months back in time.
The MyStress report also contains a coping profile, showing which strategies for coping with stress you use/don’t use. The coping profile can be inspirational in finding new ways to cope with the pressure and strain.
The MyStress report is yours, not the company’s, your boss’ or someone else’s. The same goes for your registration data. Those are yours and they are only on YOUR telephone or tablet, until you choose to send it by mail to yourself or to others. It is up to you if you want to share the report with other people, for instance with your boss.
Should you wish to share the report with your boss or with someone from the HR department, you will have a good base of material from which you can talk about the strain.
MyStress report shows
- The symptoms of strain in the period
- What triggered the symptoms?
- How did you choose to cope with the pressure?
- The impact of your stress-coping
Just in case …
As a user, you must be aware of the fact that if you experience serious stress symptoms, you alone have the sole responsibility of seeking a doctor. MyStress will not warn you, if you should seek medical attention. Should you have questions regarding your health, you should always consult a doctor.