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    Smartphone use for Dr. Farrell's YouTube videos
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    Patricia Farrell, PhD posted:
    We have placed a number of useful videos on the internet here at WebMD as well as on my relaxation breathing video tutorial on my YouTube channel (http://bit.ly/MxLbz0).

    There is software on the internet which will allow you to load any of these videos onto your smartphone, iPod, iPad or computer and I would urge you to do that. It can enable you to be able to flip open your phone and watch a video that can help you calm down.

    Some of the software may be relatively inexpensive and some might be free, so do some researching to find which one works best for you.

    Remember, your smartphone can be invaluable when you need it for more than just a phone call or to text a friend.
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