Mental health apps can be helpful in making therapy more available, well-ordered, and transferable. There are now lots of apps that can help you deal with your general and particular health concerns. Listed below top 5 mental health and well-being apps for 2018.
Headspace is a free meditation and mindfulness app. It offers numerous classic meditation techniques for managing anxiety and stress, breathing, relaxing, sleeping, and improving focus.
MoodKit offers more than 200 different mood enhancing activities. With 4 included tools, the user learns to perform temper improvement activities, manage negative feelings, rate and chart temper across time, and keep a journal for noting any distressing thoughts, and documenting how he overcame them.
Moodpath is intended to track, monitor, and communicate users’ psychological, emotional and physical wellbeing, and to generate a tailored mental health assessment that users can check with their therapists. The app prompts the users to answer questions daily for 2 weeks concerning their symptoms of depression. After 2 weeks, an evaluation is made for the user’s to share with a therapist.
Insighttimer is among the most known meditation apps, over 6,000 accessible meditations, which can be filtered depending on many criteria, e.g. meditation type and topic, popularity, age, etc. People joining this app learn how to calm their mind, diminish anxiety, control stress, sleep deeply and perk up happiness. The app is free but there are in-app purchases.
Calm was recognized as Apple’s “App of the Year” in 2017. This guided meditation app helps the user cut anxiety and improve happiness. The 7-step program provided teaches the user how to meditate, with adaptable nature sights and soothing music tracks. Sessions vary from 2 to 30 minutes on the topics of focus, creativity, energy, confidence, sleep…