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Meditation made simple in just 10 minutes a day

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The only one that ever sticked for me.
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Love this app. There are so many options depending on what you need!
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I heard very good reviews about this app.
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Take a break and meditate.

Calm is the #1 app for mindfulness and meditation to bring more clarity, joy and peace to your daily life. Winner of Apple's Best App of the Year 2017. 🏆

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Love this app! Trust me you'd see the difference in a week :)
Mirza Rizvi Amin
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I think this app offers the most value if you are not willing to spend money and just want a free meditation app that is up to the quality that other paid services provide. And the narrations are top notch!!
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Love Calm! The themed meditations are the best.
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A secure social network for your mental & physical health 🌱

Join the fastest growing network dedicated to the content and community of mental and physical pain. Painly is a new open network of dedicated media and messaging from PainPals, an experience of social intelligence to deal with the timeless challenges of pain, addiction and health.

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A Facebook chatbot to improve your mood using CBT

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Mail Online
Woebot is a chatbot that speaks to users through Facebook Messenger It uses AI to create human-like conversations and offer support to users It now engages in 2 million conversations a week, according to its creators Some experts have cited privacy fears as chatbot 'patients' are not protected by US confidentiality laws For those suffering from anxiety or de… See more
CNET
I'm about to start a session with Woebot, billed as the first chatbot clinically shown to improve symptoms of depression and anxiety. And I'm skeptical. Chatbots do everything these days, from helping people manage bank accounts and practice language skills to keeping them company when they can't sleep.
Forbes
I focus on the psychology of money and financial decisionmaking. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. For Alison Darcy, the bridge between the scores of people in need of mental health assistance and limited resources may just be found in your computer.
Business Insider
Woebot is a free therapy chatbot that launched as a stand-alone iOS app on Thursday. Alison Darcy, a clinical psychologist at Stanford University, created it. Woebot uses one of the best-researched approaches to treating depression, cognitive-behavioral therapy, to deliver scripted responses to users. It's part of a growing trend of incorporating smartphone … See more
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Anxiety and stress relief in minutes

Who needs anxiety in their life? Not us. That's why we created Levium. It's a liquid supplement in a convenient 1oz shot that provides anxiety relief in minutes with no side effects using all natural ingredients.

Levium is now available for pre-order on Indiegogo.com. Please help us make Levium available and get your per-order now!

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TechCo
Entrepreneurs need to make rapid decisions and act quickly in order to thrive. But those suffering from anxiety - which affects around 40 million Americans a year - actually make decisions with lessclarity. And since running a startup often leads to problems like depression and anxiety, entrepreneurs should all prioritize their mental health a little more th… See more
StartUp Beat
Anxiety can be a difficult demon to deal with on a daily basis. to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America ( ) Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S, affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18% of the population.
The Sociable
Anxiety has always plagued mankind. Historically there has always been lots for the human mind to worry about- where one might get their next meal, high infant mortality rates, enemies with pointy swords, polio... Though many of the old threats have changed, nowadays, more people seem to be suffering from anxiety than ever before.
TechRepublic
Stress, uncertainty, long hours, and isolation are some of the reasons why workers in the tech sector are more vulnerable to anxiety and depression than persons in other industries. Add to this causes like feeling that your work is not being recognized (tech managers tend to be task rather than people oriented), or the feeling of not being listened to or bei… See more
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