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Lots of us use Apps every day, whether it’s to message our friends or to edit photographs. But have you considered using apps on your phone to help improve your general wellbeing? Below is a list of a few apps we would recommend giving a go, remember though that although these apps can be useful we still recommend speaking to a trusted adult or GP if you have concerns about any symptoms you are experiencing.

  • SAM: Self-help for Anxiety Management – a self-help app to learn to manage anxiety.
  • Five Ways to Wellbeing – Find out about five easy steps you can take to a healthy wellbeing.
  • Whats up? Learn some methods to help you cope with Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Stress and more.
  • Happy Healthy – to reveal what impact your lifestyle, exercise, nutrition and sleep have on your mental wellbeing and be coached to make healthier choices.
  • Optimism – a mood charting apps for managing depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders to keep a journal and chart recovery progress.
  • Relax Melodies – select sounds and melodies to help you sleep.
  • Mindshift – An app to help teens cope with everyday anxieties, it teaches relaxation, suggests activities to help you shift and face it.
  • Moodtrack Diary – Monitor and track your emotional health. The app records a range of emotions for anxiety, depression, stress, posttraumatic stress and your general well-being.
  • Happypic – It’sa facial reconginition game aimed to help children recognize emotion. (good for ASD)

Last updated: 20 March, 2018

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