Mark this Mental Health Awareness Week by downloading an app which may help you manage your anxiety.
With a great degree of uncertainty surrounding coronavirus and constant updates and reports on the pandemic, it’s understandable if you feel stressed and overwhelmed.
Situations which are beyond our control – like the lockdown – can often trigger negative emotions, such as fear and anger.
Some of the mental health apps below can hopefully help you deal with these emotions.
The goal of Headspace, which is one of the best-known mental health apps, is to make meditation accessible to everyone.
With guided meditation sessions, soothing music and narrators like Matthew McConaughey and Stephen Fry, Calm has a large variety of meditation and mindfulness content.
Stop, Breathe & Think
This app has a popular reminder feature to make sure you pause for a moment to see how you’re feeling.
The app’s wellness and sleep therapy sessions offer guided mindfulness and meditation, daily motivation, guided sleep sessions and coaching by world-renowned experts.