10 Free Mental Health Apps That You Can Download Right Now

10 Free Mental Health Apps That You Can Download Right Now

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Your mental health is just as important as important as your physical health.

People’s mental health has taken a toll during these trying times. However, not all of us have the financial capability to address this.

Thankfully, we live in the digital era where practically everything is within our fingertips. Reaching out to channels dealing with mental health problems can be as easy as 123 compared to years before.

In case you need feel like you’re drowning and need a breather, give these free apps a visit. Take note though, that these do not substitute psychiatric therapy or treatment:

1. Paced Breathing

Paced Breathing is an app available on Android that gives users visual, audio, and haptic (vibrate) breathing cues to help aid anxiety or panic attacks. You can also use it during intense workouts, meditations, and even yoga.

It is not available on the App Store, but some say that its counterpart there is Breathe+.

Download on Android and iOS.

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