These ten apps are sure to help you feel better physically, mentally, and emotionally. Keep these at your fingertips and they’ll track every aspect of your health to keep you healthy and happy.
Founded by just two dudes (one with anxiety and one with insomnia) this app lets you track your mood, feelings of anxiety or stress, sleep, eating habits, and exercise. It includes meditations and thought reflections as well as a community where you can rant about your anxiety, insomnia, or any other problems as much as you please without being told to shut up.
This is a meditation app founded by one man named Andy who is a meditation and mindfulness expert. Andy has traveled the world to meditate including with Buddhist monks and is the calming voice behind the guided meditations. The app even includes cute little animations that very simply explain the concepts behind each day’s meditation.
This app was developed by The Guidance Group to help anyone with suicidal thoughts in a crisis. It encourages people to reach out when they need help and also helps people who may be concerned about friends or family members.
Made by a team of just 5 guys, this app runs in the background, automatically tracking any physical activity that lasts over a minute. The goal is to reach at least 30 active minutes a day in order to stay fit. In order to stay mentally healthy, you also need to stay physically healthy and the app keeps track of it so that you don’t have to do any work. Except exercise, of course.
5. What’s My M3
Created by a group of therapists and psychology and bipolar experts, this mobile app is an assessment for mental disorders including depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, and PTSD. It assesses your risk and whether any of these illnesses could be severely impacting your life and even recommends your next move.
Pzizz was invented by one single dude named Matt who uses self hypnosis and deep relaxation to help him fall asleep. He incorporated these techniques into his app which he claims is the solution to insomnia. Whether it actually is or not is up to you to find out, but hey, it’s worth a shot.
Developed by Jenny Apps this is an app that features different rain sounds to help you fall asleep. It has different ranges from gentle rain to heavy including “gentle rain onto forest foliage” or “heavy torrential downpour.” They also have made Sleepmaker Waves, Sleepmaker Storms, and Sleepmaker Nature so you can pick whatever best fits your taste.
This “sleep diary” records your sleep habits since you can’t (because you’re asleep, obviously), exercise, and health. It gives personalized feedback and helps you sleep better long term.
This mood tracking app by Good to Hear allows you to choose how well you’re feeling from -5 to +5. It even adds location and asks you who you’re with and what you’re doing in order to analyze your activites against your mood to find out what causes you to feel certain ways. This way if you have one activity or one friend that you always feel horrible around, you can pinpoint it and kick them to the curb.
10. Healthy brains
Developed by us with Cleveland Clinic, Healthy Brains focuses on brain health through six pillars which include mental health, sleep, exercise, social interaction, medical health, and diet. It tracks your progress and determines how your lifestyle affects your brain.