Yes, your cell phone can help you deal with stress.
Among the most searched words in Google each year are the concerns of people who ask about diseases and symptoms. Anxiety is generally in the top 10 of the most sought after disorders. And while many times we turn to social networks to disconnect from our worries and deal with anxiety, the truth is a counterproductive practice since sooner or later it is something that we will have to work on. However, there are 5 applications that can help you feel more relaxed, below we will show you.
#one. Calm: A meditation for every moment.
Calm was named app of the year in 2017. The free app has guided meditations, calming storytelling, calming music, and breathing exercises that help users sleep and cope with anxiety.
#two. Prune: In the oriental style.
The app, paid, helps calm anxiety by giving life and caring for a tree that must be spared the real problems of a hostile world. Both its minimalist aesthetic and the sobriety of its interface and its music are designed to promote relaxation.
#3. Happify: Scientifically proven.
Is app free offers science-based activities and games in the field of positive psychology to reduce anxiety and stress. Users can subscribe to a personalized happiness program created by experts and track their progress through a timeline.
#4. Talkspace: to vent.
One of the best ways to overcome anxiety is to talk. Talkspace offers its users the possibility of contacting specialized therapists at any time and place, in a cheaper way than a traditional therapy and with unlimited messages.
#5. Mindicine: A massage for your brain.
What sets it apart from the rest is that it starts from the premise that there are five main types of brain waves (Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta, and Theta) and uses them to simulate brain activity with those different frequencies. This helps to overcome both anxiety and to stimulate creativity.