Free Trial on How to Deal With Your Stress

By GabbyPA Latest Reply 2012-12-09 23:30:30 -0600
Started 2012-12-02 17:01:58 -0600

On this page (at least at this time) is a free trial of the program "meQuilibrium" and it is very interesting. I just finished taking the preliminary survey of questions to establish where my stress levels are coming from and what is causing me stress in my life. It just takes about 20 minutes to get started and then you have 30 days to find ways to improve. I am looking forward to seeing what they can help me with.

My stress starting point is 62% overall, and it lists the areas that are my strongest to the weakest. Very helpful, even though I have just started.

Take some time. DC is offering the free trial to our members. Take advantage of it and see if it can help you with your daily stress levels.

15 replies

Turtle 2012-12-09 23:30:30 -0600 Report

I did the first 25 % then saved it and it said I could come back later. I dont see a way to go back in and finish. I tried to go in thru where you originally sign in but it says my email address is already in use. Do you have any ideas how to get back in?

granniesophie 2012-12-06 05:15:16 -0600 Report

I give up. I've gone back several times and can find nothing about a free trial! It just keeps taking me to the payment page-no matter what I try. The videos are there, just wants me to pay for 'em! Perhaps I am supposed to deal with my stress in other ways!!

Jeanette Terry
Jeanette Terry 2012-12-06 10:43:54 -0600 Report

Here is the direct link for the meQuilibrium free trial. No where in the path from the link below should it ask for payment. It is a completely free service.

granniesophie 2012-12-06 11:11:13 -0600 Report

Sorry, I still get Join Now and the pricing for one month or more even from the link you have here! Nothing says it's free. I can try it but I have to pay for a month, and I'm not going to do that-I don't have 29.95 or whatever it is. If it's free it should be free!!
Like I said-nevermind-I give up :(

granniesophie 2012-12-03 16:20:55 -0600 Report

I did the survey and it immediately wanted my money. Nowhere does it say there is a free offer or free trial.

GabbyPA 2012-12-04 09:59:00 -0600 Report

I used the link on the page ad and it took me to a survey. No money asked for, and once I had my results it offered to start me on the program with videos (unfortunately, I cannot watch them on my computer, so I have to set up some time to use my hubbies) But it was a nice set up. Easy to follow.

Jeanette Terry
Jeanette Terry 2012-12-03 13:56:05 -0600 Report

here is the direct link to the page:

We would love to know what everyone thinks of the survey So please share :)

jayabee52 2012-12-03 15:54:14 -0600 Report

i am glad you shared that link. It was not the survey I filled out under the free offers link.

Of course the survey was tailored to people who do not have major medical "challenges" so their physical section of the questionairre and the response I received from it was somewhat skewed for me as I am unable to do 2.5 hrs of physical fitness 5 day/wk (their benchmark), so I am quite deficient in that area of my life.

I am still digesting the feedback I received after filling out the survey/inventory. So I am up in the air about continuing with the program when my 30 days are up.

GabbyPA 2012-12-03 09:53:42 -0600 Report

I know we often talk about stress being a big factor in our BG levels. This offers ways to work on that to help our overall health. That can only improve on our diabetes as well.

jayabee52 2012-12-02 19:04:29 -0600 Report

I was gonna ask where the free trial was, but I noted the link on the left side for "'free' offers" I am waiting to find out what is going on with me.