Between the holiday's calamitous peaks — mountains of egg nog on Christmas, mountains of liver disease by New Year's — you may wish to seek a valley of calm.
Here it is.
Introducing Digipill: a beautiful app that prescribes little "sound pills" to calm you down (and help change your unhealthy behaviors), available now.
Think of this as a psychiatrist who's only too happy to prescribe more meds.
Simply download the app — it was designed by the guys who build apps for Ferrari — then listen to the complimentary pill called "T-Break," which is "prescribed for relaxation" and narrated by a pedigreed cognitive life couch (whom we fondly refer to as "the calm fellow who sounds vaguely like Brian Cox.")
Digipill offers several other pills starting at $0.99 a pop, including:
- Perfect Pitch — prescribed for confidence
- Resilience — prescribed for perseverance
- Trance Tripping — prescribed for creativity
All the pills are best received via headphones while sitting down. And no, not while driving.
Because that's no valley of calm.