Two Milwaukee entrepreneurs who met while working at Advocate Aurora Health are launching a new app designed to help users improve sleep, focus, stress levels and happiness through a meditation technique that involves repeating basic statements.

Their company, Joystik Life Inc., has yet to roll out its app but has already drawn $200,000 in seed funding from Inflect Health, the innovation and investment arm of the California-based health care provider Vituity.

Joystik intends to launch the app this spring and has a pilot partnership lined up to test it with high school students at Milwaukee’s public Golda Meir School this summer through a partnership with the nonprofit organization Mental Health America of Wisconsin.

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