Mental Health Apps

July 27, 2018

Below is a list of some solid mental health apps to check out:


1) Daylio:


--free app ($3.99 for additional features, including the ability to send your data to someone (e.g., your doc))

--monitors mood, reminds you to check in daily

--customizable for as much or as little data as you want to track

--easy to use


2) CalmHarm


--monitors urges to self-harm

--aids in managing urges


3) Headspace


--meditation app


4) nOCD


--CBT-oriented app to monitor and treat OCD


5) Start


--tracks mood and medication treatment progress


6) Moodnotes


--tracks mood


7) DBSATracker


--from Depression Bipolar Support Alliance

--tracks mood


8) Calm


--meditation app


9) SleepTown


--tracks sleep


10) Buddhify


--meditation app


11) Forest


--helps with procrastination


There are many more; these are the ones I've started to explore.  So far, I like Daylio the best for mood tracking, only because it's easy to use, easy to customize, and easy to send data to others. 


Stay tuned for reports as I learn more about these and other apps.

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