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Apps to Manage Anxiety

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APPS & TOOLS TO MANAGE ANXIETY What’s Up is a free app that helps users cope with depression, anxiety, anger and stress through therapy methods and tools like a diary and a tracker for both positive and negative habits. The app also has forums to connect with others, guides on staying grounded and calming breathing techniques. Sanvello was created by psychologists and reportedly uses clinically validated techniques, such as CBT, in its immersive “journeys” that combine videos, audio exercises, activities, and mood tracking. It also provides access to a community of other users. In a randomized control study, the app was shown to decrease symptoms of anxiety and depression over the course of 30 days. Happify was developed by scientists and experts in the fields of positive psychology and mindfulness, the Happify app provides a variety of strategies to help you reduce stress, overcome negative thoughts, and improve your emotional well-being. Using games, tasks, and meditations, each activity’s goal is to strengthen one of the five happiness skills: thanking, aspiring, giving, empathizing, and savoring.

Breathe2Relax is an app for all mobile devices that teaches a skill called “diaphragmatic breathing” to help users feel more relaxed. … Developed by the distinguished National Center for Telehealth and Technology, Breathe2Relax helps users acquire this skill via guided practice sessions.

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