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Yes, it has! Together with the UMCG, research has been conducted into the effects of VRelax for two years. More information can be found at

Yeah, it helps and it’s very nice, as many people who use it say. You can hear and see their stories on the website. We have also researched VRelax scientifically. Tension and anxiety immediately decreased dramatically in people with mental health problems, and their mood improved. VRelax worked better than usual relaxation exercises.

Feel free to reach out to us. Most research studies are conducted within closed segments of hospitals and mental healthcare, but we also run studies that focus on the overal VRelax experience for which you don’t have to be a registered patient.

That’s hard to say. The use of Vrelax has such a great effect on certain people that it can bring long-term relief if Vrelax is used on a daily basis. We therefore hope that VRelax can lead to less medication intake and treatment, but it is certainly not a replacement. Give yourself time to discover what effect Vrelax has on your mental well-being.

Yes, but we follow the 20-20-2 rule:

– after 20 screen minutes,

– 20 seconds looking into the distance

– at least 2 hours a day outdoors/playing.

Below the age of 5 years VRelax is not recommended.

Most people experience the direct effect of using VRelax. We hear that many people use it when there is a need for relaxation due to perceptible stress, tension, pain or other mental problems. It is then recommended to use Vrelax for at least 15 minutes.

You can use VRelax safely. Some people can get a little nauseous or dizzy with Virtual Reality. If you take off your glasses, this annoying feeling will disappear within minutes.

We advise you not to use VRelax if you suffer from dementia or serious confusion. In the case of visual disorders, you may not perceive the virtual environment properly, which may lead to nausea or dizziness.