I AM: Daily Positive Reminders
- Daily affirmations help to rewire your brain, build self-esteem, and change negative thought patterns
- Verbally affirm your dreams and ambitions
- Choose from many daily intentions and set reminders to be delivered throughout the day
SAM (Self-help for Anxiety Management)
- Monitor and track your anxious thoughts and behaviors
- Practice self-help exercises
- Share experiences anonymously with other app users
Dailio: Diary, Mood tracker, and Journal
- Enables you to keep a private diary without having to type a single line
- Pick your mood and add activities you have been doing throughout the day
- Collects recorded moods and activities
- Keep track of your activities and create patterns to become more productive
- Explore statistics about your moods and activities on monthly or yearly charts
C25K: Coach to 5K
- A very simple interface, voice commands, and your own music, playlists make this one of the easiest "Coach to 5K" apps to use. Like many apps, its designed to guide users with no running experience through a three-times-a-week training program to run a 5K event (about three miles). Using 30-minute workouts that alternate walking and jogging, you can reach your goal in 8 weeks.
Breathe 2 Relax
- This simple app helps users reduce feelings of stress. Originally designed for use by members of the military and veterans, this straight-forward app helps people learn how to breathe from the diaphragm. This simple method of deep breathing has been proven to reduce stress and anxiety.
- The app provides suggestions for healthy food alternatives, letting you compare products side-by-side, and warns of allergy triggers and the presence of controversial ingredients, such as trans fats and added dyes. All this (and more) is what made Fooducate co-winner of the US Surgeon General's Healthy App Challenge for the healthy eating category in 2012.
A Friend Asks
- Would you know how to respond if you recognized your friend may be thinking about suicide? Here you will have access to the warning signs, do’s and don’ts, and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a click away. Don’t be afraid to ask for help…for a friend or yourself.