5 Mental Health Apps to Monitor & Boost Your Mood

Looking for anxiety relief and self-esteem activities for women? These mental health apps will help monitor and improve your mood!

Are you looking for informative mental health apps to help you feel better in 2017? Although there are tons of these apps available, not all of them will end up being what you’re looking for. Don’t worry, we did the hard work for you!  Keep reading, to learn more about some of the apps (relating to mental health) to choose from. These apps help you do everything from monitor your overall wellness to get a better night’s sleep! There’s really is no better time to improve your state of mind.

Mental Health Apps

DBSA Wellness Tracker (Free)

This free app comes to you from the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. If you’re in search of something to track your moods, this will really help. The app also allows you to track other things such as symptoms, medication, lifestyle trends and more. You’re not required to use all the features, to benefit.

Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock (Free)

If you toss and turn all night and find it difficult to get a good night’s sleep, the Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock might turn out to be your new best friend. This app gets great reviews. It actually analyzes the way you sleep. When it’s time for you to wake up, you do so in your lightest sleep phase.

Using the app over a long period of time allows you to figure out which nights you get the most restful sleep and which nights are the most difficult.

Yoga Studio ($3.99)

It’s no secret that yoga does wonders for your state of mind. So, it shouldn’t be a surprise that yoga apps are popping up all over the place. This app is perfect for checking out and learning new poses, which are grouped into blocks for simpler “building.” The catalog includes tons of poses for beginners, all the way up to more advanced levels. Using this app is one of the best ways to decide whether or not yoga is really for you.

Breathe2Relax (Free)

Do you experience anxiety or panic attacks? If you can answer yes to the question, this app may be for you. It’s very easy to use. When you start to feel anxiety adjust the slider, equating it with the amount of stress you feel. Once that’s done, you breathe along with the app, which allows you to either lengthen or shorten the breaths you’re listening to.

Medisafe Pill Reminder & Medication Tracker (Free)

Obviously, if you forget to take your medicine, it’s not doing any good. Downloading this pill reminder and medication tracker makes it much easier for you take your medicine on time, without worries of missed doses. There’s also a setting where you can choose another person who will be alerted whenever you miss a dose of whatever you’re taking.

Now that you have a better idea, regarding some of the mental health apps out there, why not take the time to check a few of them out? Obviously, not all of them will work for you. Everyone is different. But, because these apps are either free or extremely affordable when they don’t work you can simply go on to the next one.

Do you have any favorite mental health apps that you use to monitor your wellness and boost your moods? Share in the comments!

6 thoughts on “5 Mental Health Apps to Monitor & Boost Your Mood”

  1. I used a sleep tracking app once and it make me so anxious. I don’t know why, but I think it has something to do with seeing how horrible my sleep patterns were. I probably need the breathing or meditation app to combat my sleep problems.

  2. Faith Stephenson

    ive heard about the Breathe2Relax app, i cant remember who told me about it but the app sounds amazing! will try it out later tonigjt!

  3. I am definitely interested in the sleep cycle app…I know I am not getting enough deep sleep. Thanks for the tips!

  4. I never thought of using app for yoga! What a great idea! I would love to try the Yoga Studio and the Breathe 2 Relax. I think these would really help me with my resolutions.

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