3 apps to help you with your mental health
Today is national time to talk day. If you suffer from a mental illness like depression or anxiety, know that you are not alone. One in four UK adults experience mental illness. But it is OK to talk about it.
This app offers education and insights about PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), alongside information about professional care options. The app includes self-assessment exams and coping tools such as anger management exercises and positive self-talk.
Moodpath, which bills itself as “your mental health companion”, screens users for depressive behaviour via daily questions designed to increase their awareness of their thoughts and emotions. After 14 days, the app will generate a report about your condition that you can bring to a mental health professional for discussion. More than 150 videos and exercises are available, too.
Headspace is a great place to start for those who have never meditated before. The popular app takes you by the hand and leads you through guided meditations and mindfulness techniques to help establish calm and wellness in your life. The free basics course teaches you meditation fundamentals; the full library is accessible via a subscription fee.
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