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5 Apps To Help You Succeed

5 Apps To Help You Succeed

Having a successful work/life balance isn't always easy. Luckily, there are ways that you can help yourself deal with the everyday stresses you might encounter. In recent years, mental health apps have become available to smartphone users, with many of them available for a reasonable price or even for free. Use these five apps to help you succeed and overcome stress.

Calm: This apps offerings run the gamut from masterclasses on holistic health to guided videos on stretching. Each day it features a Daily Calm meditation with a different theme, and you can track the amount of time you meditate. It offers a monthly, yearly, or one-time fee for unlimited access.

Happify: If you're looking for an app to keep you engaged and boost your mood, this one is for you. It features games that help you reduce stress, overcome negative thoughts, and build resistance. It has a free option, but for full access, you need to purchase a monthly plan.

Headspace: This simple app is best for beginning meditators who want to learn how to meditate as well as advanced meditators seeking ways to deepen their understanding. It features a meditation series that focuses on stress, sleep, physical exercise, and anxiety. It comes with a monthly or annual fee.

Sanvello: This app is based on cognitive behavior therapy and mindful meditation to help you deal with anxiety, stress, and depression. It teaches mindfulness skills and offers health tracking skills to improve physical and mental health. The app has a free version as well as a premium version for a fee.

What's Up: Another app that's based on cognitive behavior therapy, this app helps those dealing with depression, anxiety, stress, and anger. It identifies thought patterns that lead to negative feelings and offers guided exercises to keep you grounded. It's free but offers in-app purchases.

These mental health apps are based on evidence-based methods and can help you overcome the stress you endure in your work and life. If you find yourself overwhelmed, try a few of these apps to help you cope.

Sources: Verywellmind.com, Psycom.net




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