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Headspace users flocked to “SOS” meditation sessions after the election  

In the aftermath of a hectic presidential election, some people are turning to meditation for solace. Meditation app Headspace says it saw a bump in the use of its “SOS” content—two-minute meditation sessions that are supposed to diffuse “meltdown moments.”    “We saw a 44% increase in our SOS content usage in the week following … Continue reading “Headspace users flocked to “SOS” meditation sessions after the election  “

In the aftermath of a hectic presidential election, some people are turning to meditation for solace. Meditation app Headspace says it saw a bump in the use of its “SOS” content—two-minute meditation sessions that are supposed to diffuse “meltdown moments.”   

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“We saw a 44% increase in our SOS content usage in the week following the election,” a Headspace representative told Fast Company

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Ruth Reader is a writer for Fast Company. She covers the intersection of health and technology.

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