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Relieve stress with short, science-backed meditation exercises.
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From self-driving cars to music recommendations, AI is being used in more and more ways every day. And, now it's even making its way to the realm of mental health, with apps like Aura Premium leading the charge. Created by top meditation teachers and therapists and personalized with innovative AI, Aura is the advanced mindfulness app that helps you relieve stress and anxiety by providing short, science-backed meditation exercises every day. You can try it yourself for over 80% off.

Not all of us have the time to sit down and meditate every day. Aura gets that, which is why the app has quick mindfulness exercises ranging from 3 to 10 minutes that you can practice anywhere. Once you complete an exercise, you can rate your experience. From there, Aura uses its AI to provide more specific meditations for your feelings going forward.

With Aura, you can track your mood, learn about your mood patterns and visually see yourself improve as you use it. Aura also provides content beyond mindfulness meditation exercises. You'll also have access to life coaching sessions, stories and music to decompress.

Right now, you can get a lifetime subscription Aura Premium for a fraction of what it usually costs. Sign up now for only $80, more than 80% off the usual price.

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