Mobile Apps For Your Mental Health

New Delhi: The robust lifestyle has thrown the life in a very unhealthy era. All are running in the endless race round the clock. Subsequently, the mental stress related issue becomes a household problem. Due to lack of time, most of us ignore the stress which sometimes leads to serious mental problems.

Meanwhile, there are some mobile applications available in play stores that can guide and help one to get sound mental health.

Here we brought some top mental health mobile apps:

  1. What’s Up

(Free; iOS and Android)

Empowered with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) methods, What’s Up app helps you cope with mental issues like- depression, anxiety, stress, and more. The app has a positive and negative habit tracker to maintain nourish the good habits and removes counterproductive behaviors.

  1. MoodKit

($4.99; iOS)

MoodKit mobile app is featured with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). It is enriched with over 200 different mood improvement activities.  The app mainly worked on thinking pattern, self-awareness and healthy attitudes.

  1. Twenty-Four Hours a Day

($5.99 iOS and Android)

Twenty-Four Hours a Day app is based on a book of the same name- Twenty-Four Hours a Day. The app guides 366 meditations for recovering from addiction to focus on sobriety.


  1. Quit That!

(Free; iOS)

Quit That! mainly works to make people addiction free. The addiction is one of the major causes of stress. The app will help you to track and monitor the progress of de-addiction of drinking alcohol, smoking, or taking drugs.

  1. Mind Shift

(Free; iOS and Android)

Mind Shift app deals with anxiety. The app is specifically designed for teens and young adults. Mind Shift enables users to counter anxiety. The app empowers and encourages you to defeat the intense emotions.


  1. Self-Help for Anxiety Management (SAM)

(Free; iOS and Android)

SAM app stimulates self-help trait in users.  Featured with 25 different self-help techniques, The app helps in building users’ own 24-hour anxiety toolkit that allows you to track anxious thoughts and behavior over time. SAM has a “Social Cloud” feature which confidentially connects you with other users for additional support.

  1. CBT Thought Record Diary

(Free; iOS and Android)

CBT Thought Record Diary scans changes in your emotions by identifying negative and distorted thinking patterns. The app records all mental activities cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBI) documenting negative emotions.  The app helps to build positive thinking pattern.

  1. Bipolar Disorder Connect

(Free; iOS)

Bipolar Disorder Connect app is very useful for those who get frustrated when someone is not close to them. The app has a virtual community of people who are suffering from bipolar disorder connection. It gives user access to the community to fight against the disease.


  1. IMoodJournal

($1.99; iOS and Android)

IMoodJournal mobile is used to record everything from mood and symptoms, to sleep, medications, and energy cycles. You can make a chart of activities in mind. This record helps to track and analyze daily feelings.

  1. Stigma

(Free; iOS)

Stigma is one of the best apps to deal with stress. Empowered with word cloud technology, the app scans words user utters the most when writing down feelings. The method allows reflecting on why these are your go-to emotions words. The app as an additional feature of social network which allows users to connect with peers.

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