“More often than not, people do not know how to fact-check medical information. It is difficult to figure out on your own how the addiction works and where to read reliable data on this case.
We work for users as a filter and select the most useful and verified data: Sober One’s editorial team deals with this. Also, our articles and tasks are supervised by psychotherapists and doctors.
This saves both time and energy for a person and debunks myths like hypnotic coding addiction treatment,” says Anna Fofanova, Sober One co-founder.
We tried to make the free version valuable to the user, so we included important introspection tasks. This makes the application a full-fledged self-help tool for those who already have a strong personal motivation.
In addition to daily texts and tasks for introspection, users receive tools: a diary, a tracker of alcohol consumed, tests to track their condition.